Campus Civic Map Acadia Street
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503/505 Residential 504 Festival Theatre 512 Alumni Hall 550 Acadia Athletics Complex 552 Central Heating Plant & Tank Farm
6 Elliott Hall 12 Huggins Science Hall 15 University Hall 18 Horton Hall 21 Rhodes Hall 24 Patterson Hall 27 Carnegie Hall 31 Emmerson Hall 32 K.C. Irving Centre 37 Clark Commons 39 Roy Jodrey Hall (Res.) 54 41 Christofor Hall (Res.) 43 6 Eaton House (Res.) 850 Irving Support Centre 50 52 DeWolfe House et 55 Cutten tre House S k 56 arResidential P 58 Residence 46 61 Robbie Roscoe Services Building (Physical Plant) 67 Service Building Garage
Wong International Centre Vaughan Memorial Library Hayward House Manning Memorial Chapel Seminary House (Res.)
Crowell Drive 18 23 26 35 38
Godfrey House Bancroft House Harvey Denton Hall Dennis House (Res.) Chase Court (Res.) Wheelock Dining Hall/Campus Bookstore Acadia Divinity College
Whitman House (Res.) Raymond House Fountain Commons Chipman House (Res.) Willett House
24 DeWolfe Building
Highland Avenue 10 Beveridge Arts Centre 24 Centre for Organizational Research & Development 30 Studentsâ€™ Centre (Old and New SUB) Safety & Security Office 48 SRMK Outdoor Activity Centre 60 Crowell Tower (Res.)
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Free Parking / No Overnight
Academic Residential University Faculty Club Residential 38 32 War Memorial House (Res.) Residential Residential Biology Building Residence 24 Residential 21 27 31 Residential Residential Residential
Student Health Centre
Safety & Security Office
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Locked Gate: Arrange access through Safety & Security. 504 552
Safety & Security.
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Safety & Security: 902.585.1103
oking materials are periphery of campus.
For your convenience, receptacles for smoking materials are located in a number of locations on the periphery of campus.
Parking Guidelines Controlling traffic on campus is part of efficient University operations. Article I – Authority The Advisory Committee on Parking, a joint committee of faculty, students and administration, has produced this set of guidelines to relieve parking congestion and assure ready access to buildings for fire-fighting equipment, services, and snow removal.
blocking fire hydrants, service roads, or loading docks, or for having accumulated more than three (3) unpaid parking violation tickets.
Article IV – Parking
Article II – Registration
1. Parking is permitted in designated areas only. The permit holder is responsible for obtaining a parking map and parking only in designated University parking.
1. Permits shall be valid for a period of one year, from September 1 to August 31 the following calendar year.
2. Acadia University has one parking permit valid for all parking lots, on a first-come-first-served basis.
2. Permits shall be sold commencing mid-August and shall be sold on a firstcome-first-served basis.
Parking Meters: For your convenience there are a number of parking meters located throughout the campus. Please put money in the meters for the anticipated time on campus or use the PARK CARD, sold by Safety & Security. This card can be purchased in any amount with a one-time administration fee. Use the card at the meters, which will deduct their fee from the amount on the card when you leave.
3. Permits for all parking areas have the following options: a. September 1 – August 31 the next calendar year b. January 1 – August 31 that same year c. May 1 – August 31 that same year The cost for each permit above varies from year to year. Contact Safety and Security for details. 4. Permits will be available 24 hours per day at the Safety & Security Office, Room #519 of the Students’ Union Building (SUB). 5. Permits must be hung from the car’s interior rear view mirror, such that the coloured portion of the decal and the permit number are clearly visible from outside, being displayed through the car’s windshield. 6. Permits are not transferable from one person to another. 7. Lost permits will be replaced for an additional $10 fee. 8. Permits are non-refundable
Article III – Towing/Immobilizing Acadia University reserves the right to remove an improperly parked vehicle from campus property at any time without warning, at the owners risk and expense. Vehicles may be towed or immobilized if found obstructing vehicular movement,
Article V – Violations Fines & Penalties: 1. The person to whom a vehicle is registered shall be responsible for all parking violations incurred against said vehicle. 2. Each parking violation ticket has a fee of $30 per ticket, reduced to $20 if paid within 30 days from date of violation. 3. If a fine is not paid within 30 days, the Business Office shall be instructed to make an appropriate payroll deduction where staff permit holders & faculty permit holders are concerned. In the case of a student, after the 30-day period has passed, outstanding fines shall be entered as a charge on his or her student account.
Specific Violations: 1. Parking on campus without a parking permit 2. Parking in an area not designated as a parking area 3. Failing to display a permit in accordance with Article II, paragraph 5 of these regulations 4. Driving or parking on walkways, or on grassed/seeded areas of the campus 5. Failure to obey posted traffic or parking signs 6. Parking a vehicle so as to obstruct a fire hydrant, fire exit door, or loading door 7. Impeding the normal flow of vehicular traffic or snow removal operations 8. Parking meter violations for elapsed time
Article VI – Motorcycles Motorcycle owners must obtain either an annual parking permit or short-term permit, in accordance with Article II of these regulations.
Article VII – Visitors 1. The Safety & Security Department will, upon request, issue daily, weekly, or monthly temporary parking permits for a fee.
Article VIII – Alternate Parking The University reserves the right to close any campus parking lot at any time deemed necessary for maintenance, snow removal, or safety, or to satisfy the unique requirements of any special event.
Article IX – Snow Storm Policy 1. The University Physical Plant Department undertakes to clear the general parking area at the gymnasium/arena as its first priority in parking lot snow removal following any major snow storm. 2. In the event that any other parking area is inaccessible following a storm due to the subsequent accumulation of snow, all decal holders are requested to park at the gymnasium lot in the short term, until these lots can be cleared.
Article X The University is interested only in facilitating parking in an orderly fashion and the flow of traffic on campus for the benefit of all concerned; not in imposing penalties. Your co-operation in complying with our Parking Guidelines will greatly assist. Please drive carefully, and enjoy your stay.
2. Departments and their staff or faculty representatives who are expecting a guest to visit the University with his or her own vehicle should request a temporary permit in advance for that visitor’s car. 3. Meter parking is available at key locations on the campus, to accommodate the short-term visitor who may not be familiar with the University.
4. The absence of a “NO PARKING” sign does not constitute authority to park. Legal or legitimate parking, in compliance with these regulations, is only permitted in designated areas as set out on the “Parking Map.”
4. A Pay & Display machine is available at the Acadia Arena Complex, in accordance with article IV of these regulations, for short-term visitors. The machine is located in the northeast corner of the lot, next to the large arena doors.
5. All University streets and roadways have been designated as emergency vehicle routes.
5. There are also eight 20-minute FREE PARKING spaces in the Acadia Arena parking lot.
Acadia Safety & Security Department 24-Hour Telephone — Parking Decals, Temporary Parking, Lost & Found: 585-1103 Administrative, ID Cards: 585-1580
This map provides visitors with a guide to facilities and parking areas, as well as parking regulations.