Parkland Campus parking lot

Parking Information

Victoria Avenue East Campus

The Victoria Avenue East campus parking lot has paid staff, student and visitor parking, and is colour-coded accordingly. Staff parking stalls have red fences, student parking stalls have white fences (electrical) or blue fences (non-electrical), and visitor parking stalls have green fences. Any staff or students wishing to park in the lot must purchase and properly display a parking permit from the Registrar’s Office.

Paid Visitor Parking

All visitor Parking at the Victoria Avenue East campus is paid parking. Visitor stalls are available in two designated lots on campus.
Paid visitor parking is enforced Monday to Friday, 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Outside of these hours (evenings and weekends), visitors may park for free and do not need to display a valid pass.

Current rates for visitor parking are as follows:

  • $1 for 30 minutes
  • $1.50 an hour
  • $6 a day

Any vehicle displaying a valid accessibility pass (disabled parking permit) does not need to pay for parking, so long as they are in a designated accessibility space. If you park in a stall reserved for expectant or new parents, you must pay and display a valid visitor parking pass.

Visitor parking passes may be purchased at the self-service kiosks at either of our two primary campus entrances. Passes may be purchased either by coin or by credit card. Your visitor pass/ticket must be displayed clearly on your vehicle’s windshield.

Visitor Parking Map (Victoria Avenue East Campus)

Evening & Weekend Classes and Visits to Campus

Scramble parking is available at no cost in campus parking lots after 5 p.m. on weekdays and all day on weekends.

Assiniboine Community College accepts no responsibility for any loss, theft, or damage to vehicles or their contents. We do not take custody of vehicles, rather we only rent space. If you park and do not display your valid ticket or have a parking permit, your vehicle may be ticketed and/or towed away.


North Hill Campus

Len Evans Centre for Trades & Technology

  • Student & Visitor Parking - limited parking is available for free in the scramble parking lot east of the building.
  • Staff Parking - available in the same scramble lot but the two rows at the south end are for staff only.

Manitoba Institute of Culinary Arts

  • Student Parking - available for free in the scramble parking lot east of the building.
  • Staff & Visitor Parking - available in the south lot. Staff must display valid parking permits.

Parkland Campus

The Parkland campus parking lot consists of staff, student and visitor parking. Any staff or students wishing to park in the lot must purchase and properly display a valid parking permit from the Administration Office..

  • Student Parking - available for purchase at the campus from July to June, which coincides with the college's academic year.
  • Parkland Staff - bi-weekly deductions for parking is available.

Paid Visitor Parking

All visitor Parking at the Parkland campus is paid parking. Visitor stalls are available in the lot on campus.

Paid visitor parking is enforced Monday to Friday, 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Outside of these hours (evenings and weekends), visitors may park for free and do not need to display a valid pass/ticket.

Current rates for visitor parking are as follows:

  • $1 for 30 minutes
  • $1.50 an hour
  • $6 a day

Any vehicle displaying a valid accessibility pass (disabled parking permit) does not need to pay for parking, so long as they are in a designated accessibility space. If you park in a stall reserved for expectant or new parents, you must pay and display a valid visitor parking pass.

Visitor parking passes may be purchased at the self-service kiosks at either of our two primary campus entrances. Passes may be purchased either by coin or by credit card. Your visitor pass/ticket must be displayed clearly on your vehicle’s windshield.

Evening & Weekend Classes and Visits to Campus

Scramble parking is available at no cost in campus parking lots after 5 p.m. on weekdays and all day on weekends.

Assiniboine Community College accepts no responsibility for any loss, theft, or damage to vehicles or their contents. We do not take custody of vehicles, rather we only rent space. If you park and do not display your valid ticket or have a parking permit, your vehicle may be ticketed and/or towed away.


Adult Collegiate

  • Student Parking - the Collegiate does not have any parking available for students. Students who need parking should contact the City of Brandon at 204.729.2229 or parking@brandon.ca to get information on pricing and availability. Alternatively, contact the Town Centre at 204.571.8690 or info@thetowncentre.ca to find out pricing and availability of parking at the Town Centre.
  • Staff Parking - available in one of three City of Brandon parking lots downtown or in available spaces at the Town Centre. Adult Collegiate staff follow the same bi-weekly deductions as Victoria Avenue East campus staff.

Winnipeg Campus

  • There is limited free parking at the Winnipeg Campus.
  • All parking spaces are numbered but are not assigned unless marked as reserved or with a business name.
  • Both the east and west parking lots offer electrical and non-electrical stalls, as well as parking for disabled persons displaying a valid permit.
  • Please do not park in front of neighbouring businesses or in spaces marked reserved, or your car will be towed. Assiniboine Community College is not responsible for towed vehicles.
  • Student Parking - students who have an access card for the student entrance should park on the west side of the building facing Border Street or directly in front of the college.
  • Visitor and Staff Parking - visitor and staff parking is available on the east side of the building.

Russell Training Centre

There is limited free parking available in the Major Pratt School parking lot outside of the building for staff and students.


Paid Visitor Parking FAQs

Paid visitor parking is in place at our Victoria Avenue East and Parkland campuses.

What are the rates?

Current rates are $1 for 30 minutes, $1.50 for an hour, or $6 for a daily pass. This offers visitors flexibility on the rates they wish to pay based on the length of time they’ll be on campus.

How do I pay for parking?

Parking may be paid for by credit card or coin.

Can visitor parking be paid for ahead of time online?

No, at this time, the only way to purchase a visitor parking voucher is through the self-service kiosks on campus located near our primary entrances.

Do accessibility stalls still exist? Do those visitors need to pay for parking?

Any vehicle displaying an accessibility parking permit does not need to pay for visitor parking, so long as they are in a designated accessibility space.

Are there still expectant and new parent stalls? Do visitors in those stalls need to pay for parking?

These stalls are reserved for expectant or new parents. If you park in a stall reserved for expectant or new parents, you must pay and display a valid visitor parking pass.

If I’m planning to be on campus for a few days or weeks in a row for a workshop, training, or short-duration program, what kind of parking should I use?

If you wish to park on campus Monday to Friday during the day, you can use either a paid visitor parking stall or consider a monthly student parking pass, depending on what works better for you.

Is it paid parking 24-7 or are some times of day free?

Paid visitor parking is in effect from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday to Friday.

Parking in these visitor lots is free after 5 p.m. and on weekends and on stat holidays when the college services are not available anyway. This is keeping with the rest of the staff and student parking lots at these campuses which allows for free, scramble parking evenings and weekends.

Overnight parking is not permitted unless special arrangements have been made with security. The college assumes no liability for vehicles left overnight.

Will the college tow vehicles if they are illegally parked in a visitor stall (e.g., no pass or an expired pass)?

Yes, your vehicle may be ticketed and/or towed. Assiniboine reserves the right to tow vehicles if they are in violation of visitor parking rules. In general, towing is reserved for vehicles that repeatedly contravene established parking rules or are parked in a manner that is an interruption to others or a safety issue (e.g., blocking entranceways or fire lanes).