Barrie students and employees must register on the parking portal for a free fall semester parking permit. Employees on payroll deductions as of March 2020 are excluded from this process as the Parking Office has automatically issued your free permit for the fall semester.
Barrie visitors: Parking is also free for visitors conducting business on campus, but you must register via HonkMobile for your hourly or daily permit. Please do this before or immediately upon arrival. You can download the Honk app in the App Store or Google Play.
FREE fall 2020 parking permits
Before you register, you will need:
- your Georgian College login ID and password
- your vehicle information (make, model, colour, licence plate number)
How to register for your permit:
- Go to the parking portal.
- Select Get Permits to begin.
- On the Customer Authentication page, choose Georgian College Single Sign-on.
- Sign in using your Georgian College email address and password.
- The Purchase a Permit screen should appear. Click Next.
- On the Verify Your Information Below page, please verify your personal information and make any necessary changes. Please enter your information if you are submitting your information for the first time.
- Select the BARRIE – FREE PARKING PERMITS / FALL SEMESTER 2020.
- Click the check box after you have read and understand the above statements.
- Click Next.
- Select a Licence Plate Number you want to use with your permit from the list OR choose Add Vehicle to register a plate.
- Click Next.
- On the View Cart page, click Pay Now.
- On the Payment Information page, check the box beside I have read and understand the above statement.
- Click Pay Now.
- Once complete, you will see the payment receipt page with the permit details.
- Click Logout.
Q: If parking is free for the fall semester, why do I have to register online?
A: All vehicles must be registered and linked to a permit. This process ensures only Georgian College community members are using the lots and provides an easy way to contact individuals should the need arise.
Q: Will I receive a citation if I do not register for a free fall parking permit or link my vehicle?
A: Yes, all vehicles must be registered and linked to a permit.
Q: Do I still need to register online if I was on parking payroll deduction for employees?
A: No, the Parking Office will reactivate your free fall parking permit for you.
Q: How many permits can I order online?
A: One permit per student and employee is allowed.
Q: How many vehicles will I be able to register?
A: Up to two vehicles may be registered per permit.
A: One vehicle may be registered per residence permit.
Q: How do I delete/add my vehicle information?
A: Go to Parking Portal, Select Vehicles, choose a vehicle/plate, click Delete.
A: Go to Parking Portal, Select Vehicles, click Add Vehicle.
Q: Can I park in a visitor lot?
A: Only visitors are permitted to park in visitor lots. Students and employees must park in a daily lot, within a valid parking space.
Q: I have business on campus, but I’m not a student or employee; how do I register for free parking?
Q: I’m a client at the health and wellness clinics. Do I need to register for free parking?
A: No, please park in a “Reserved Clinic Client” parking space in front of the Sadlon Centre for Health, Wellness and Sciences, and provide your licence plate number when you sign in at the clinic.
Parking systems used at Georgian campuses
- In Barrie, we use the Honk mobile app to pay for hourly and daily parking. Monthly permits are available on the Parking Portal. Learn more about parking at Georgian.
- At the Orillia, Owen Sound, Midland and South Georgian Bay campuses, we use an automated parking system. Continue reading this page for details.
- There are no parking systems at the Orangeville or Muskoka campuses.
- Parking on campus is on a first-come-first-served basis in all parking areas.
- Metered and/or reserved lots are for use by visitors conducting day-to-day business at the college.
- Regardless of campus location, all parking permit holders need to keep their profile up to date in the Parking Portal.
Lost or stolen cards
If your card is lost or stolen, report it immediately to the Parking office. The missing card will be cancelled and a new card issued. If the card is lost or stolen, there will be a $10.00 non-refundable activation fee to replace the lost or stolen card.
Designated parking spots for persons with disabilities are located in parking areas within college grounds. Only vehicles displaying valid Ontario Ministry of Transportation disabled parking permits may park in these designated areas. Drivers of these vehicles are subject to the same rules and regulations and pay the same fees as all others parking on campus.
Individuals being dropped off or picked up and not using parking facilities are asked to make arrangements through their program office for exit at no cost to the drop-off or pick-up vehicle. College security and municipal bylaw officers will issue tickets and/or tow vehicles in cases of abuse of designated parking spaces on campus.
Parking lots at the college are private property. Parking a vehicle on campus constitutes an agreement on the part of the motorist to abide by the rules and regulations approved for the college community.
Violation notices are issued for a number of infractions that contravene these rules and regulations. Violation rates charged are comparable to municipal charges for similar offenses. All violations are issued in accordance with the Trespass to Property Act. Failure to honour accounts may result in loss of parking privileges, towing of vehicles, issuance of a trespass notice banning the offender’s vehicle from campus, or sealing of academic records or any combination thereof.
Learn more about parking violations and enforcement at Georgian.
All appeals are to be submitted online through the Parking Citation Appeal form within 14 days of the notification date. Early payment timelines do not lapse pending the outcome of the appeal. Normally, parking appeals are reviewed within 14 business days for consideration depending on the volume of appeals. Do not pay for the citation before receiving a response. A valid appeal may only be based on the contention that a violation was issued contrary to the parking and traffic regulations or in error.
Paying you fine
Fines must be paid within 14 days of the ticket being issued. Failure to pay will result in academic records being sealed, parking privileges being revoked and vehicles being towed if found on campus. Prompt payment, within five days of the fine, may result in a 50 per cent reduction in the penalty.
Requests for temporary permission to leave a vehicle in a parking lot overnight should be directed to campus security staff in advance. Arrangements made in this manner will avert expensive parking fines or towing charges.
- Welcome Centre, Orillia Campus
825 Memorial Ave., Box 2316
Orillia, ON L3V 6S2
705.325.2740, ext. 3030
Owen Sound Campus
- Welcome Centre
1450 8th St. E.
Owen Sound, ON N4K 5R4
519.376.0840, ext. 2030
- Main Office
649 Prospect Blvd.
Midland, ON L4R 4L3
South Georgian Bay
- Main Office
499 Raglan St.
Collingwood, ON L9Y 3Z1