Welcome to the University of Toronto Mississauga Parking & Transportation Services Website
*Overflow parking available in lot P11 (by any valid permit or P&D)*
Peak parking periods on campus are between 12:30pm and 3:00pm. If you plan on arriving to campus between these times, please allow yourself extra time and additional overflow parking is available in parking lot P11 by any valid permit or P&D.
Construction Hoarding in P4 and Lot Closure
Effective Friday April 15, 2016 - parking lot P4 is closed until September 2016 for the construction of the new Parking Deck.
Access to the P8 lower deck and back parking area is available by the entrance closest to the football field. Access to P8 upper deck is also still available from Outer Circle Road (across from RAWC).
Summer Sessional Parking Permits:
Summer Sessional (Unreserved) Parking Permits (Valid May 1st - August 31st, 2016 in lots P4 and P8) will go on pre-sale starting Monday April 18, 2016. Available for purchase in person at the Parking Office. $285.07 (May rate) payable by debit or credit card. Sold on a first-come, first-served basis. Limited quantities available.
Permits are for UTM students, staff and faculty only.
If you are not a UTM student but are interested in parking on campus, please contact our office for information about summer parking options. Day parking permits for non-UTM students are not available during Fall/Winter sessions.
Permits are sold on a first come, first served basis. Permits will not be held. Availability is not guaranteed
When applying for your parking permit in person, UTM students must provide their TCard to confirm eligibility. (Eligibility check will be done at time of purchase).
Lost or stolen permits will not be replaced - regardless of the circumstance.
New Notice and Process for Parking Violations:
Please be advised that effective June 1, 2014, the City of Mississauga will be issuing penalty notices (parking tickets) under the Administrative Penalty System (APS) for most parking violations. Accessible parking tickets will continue to be managed through the Provincial Offenses Court. As of March 1, 2016, new penalty rates will apply. For more information about APS, please contact the City here.