Reserved and premium parking
Please ensure you note all parking lot signage; online maps may be out of date. Each numbered reserved stall—marked with a red and white sign—is assigned to one specific person and is not interchangeable. Premium permit-holders can park in any unmarked stall in the lot specified by your permit.
If you find another vehicle in your reserved stall, you may park temporarily in any general or economy lot but not in a premium lot. Please don't take action against the vehicle; instead contact the Parking Office immediately (250-828-5368) to get the issue resolved and to ensure you are not ticketed while in a general or economy lot. If you do receive a ticket, contact the Parking Office to cancel it.
If you believe you received a ticket in error, email email@example.com with a photo of your ticket and include your name/TID and lot you were parked in. Parking will verify if an error was made and cancel tickets under such circumstances.
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TRU Parking Office
Pay parking resumed Sept. 1, 2020 and is in effect at the TRU Kamloops campus Monday to Friday. On evenings, Saturdays, Sundays, statutory holidays and days that TRU is officially closed, there is no charge for use of pay parking lots.
Vehicles must clearly display a valid permit or register with ePermits during enforcement hours. Vehicles not complying with regulations are subject to a ticket and/or towing without warning at the owner's risk and expense.
Any motor vehicle parked, operated, or driven on campus shall be solely at the risk of the owner and the operator. Thompson Rivers University shall not be liable for any damage occasioned to any motor vehicle, the operator, other occupants thereof, or any person, unless such damage has resulted from negligence of the servant or agent of the university acting in the course and within the scope of his employment.
See Other Parking Information for more regulations.