Parking and Transit
Transit options to get to a Saskatchewan Polytechnic campus location near you. Please
use environmentally-friendly alternatives, such as public transportation and carpooling,
All Saskatchewan Polytechnic campuses have idle-free zones. Drivers who use vehicle turnarounds or loading zones while on campus are asked to turn off vehicle ignitions while waiting or making deliveries.
Maps of On-Campus Parking Lots
Parking and Rates
Saskatchewan Polytechnic charges for parking at its facilities and it maintains the right to periodically review and adjust its parking rates.
Paid parking is in effect between 6 a.m. and 10 p.m., seven days a week. Anyone without a valid hang tag will need to purchase a pay and display ticket and have it prominently displayed.
Student Parking and Rates
- Each campus has designated parking areas for students.
- Monthly permits are available for purchase from Sask Polytech bookstores at a rate of $65 per month.
- Semester parking permits are available at the bookstores.
- Daily tickets are available from pay and display machines located within the student parking lots at a rate of $5 per day.
- Ensure your permit or ticket is clearly visible in your vehicle.
- The daily rate includes in/out privileges subject to parking stall availability.
- Students may not park in visitor parking lots at any time
Visitor Parking and Rates
- Each campus has designated parking areas for visitors
- The parking rate is $2 per hour, up to a maximum daily rate of $10 per day
- Purchase tickets from units pay & display machines located within the visitor parking lots.
- Parking ticket must be clearly visible in your vehicle.
- The daily rate includes in/out privileges subject to parking stall availability
Designated parking stalls are currently available for disabled students or members of the general public at each campus location free of charge.
Any person using a disabled parking stall must have either a permanent Saskatchewan Government Insurance or a temporary Saskatchewan Abilities Council placard. Employees requiring a short-term, disabled parking stall due to a walking restriction must produce medical documentation stating the distance of the walking restriction and the length of time special disabled parking privileges will be required.
All Saskatchewan Polytechnic campuses are served by their respective city transit authorities. For more information about transit, contact:
Saskatoon Transit Services
Prince Albert Transit
Transit Moose Jaw
Federal Tax Credits for Public Bus Passes
If you purchase a weekly or monthly bus pass (regardless of which city you live in), you may be eligible for a federal government public transit tax credit.
- Keep your expired bus passes and receipts indicating proof of purchases.
- Write your name and address on the back of each pass.
- Visit the federal tax credit for public transit passes website for more details.
Carpool.ca is an external resource to form carpools.