Parking, Bus, ION

Parking

All library parking is controlled by the City of Waterloo.

Accessible parking is available free of charge at all times in all library parking lots. Designated accessible parking spaces are located adjacent to each library's entrance. Vehicles parking in these spaces must display a disabled person parking permit/shield as required by law.

Issues or questions about the Pay & Display machines, parking rules and regulations? Please contact the City of Waterloo’s Parking Program Manager, Christine Tettman at 519-886-2310 ext. 30340.

Questions about parking tickets? Contact By-Law at the City of Waterloo.

Dupont Street Lot

A Pay & Display machine is located beside the stone wall/column in the middle of the sheltered parking area.

Paid parking is in effect Monday to Friday between 9:00am and 5:00pm

You must display a Pay & Display ticket on the dashboard of your vehicle and park in the designated area.  Customers may purchase multiple hours at one time. Please read the instructions carefully to make sure you are paying the correct amount of money. The cost is $3.00 per hour.

IMPORTANT. Do not park in the “D” permit areas Monday to Friday between 9:00am and 5:00pm. These are for permit holders only. All others will be ticketed.

Free parking is available in the Dupont St lot Monday to Friday after 5:00pm and all day on weekends.

Albert Street Lot

A Pay & Display machine is located on the sidewalk by the entrance to the libary.

Paid parking is in effect Monday to Friday between 9:00am and 5:00pm

You must display a Pay & Display ticket on the dashboard of your vehicle. Customers may purchase multiple hours at one time. Please read the instructions carefully to make sure you are paying the correct amount of money. The cost is $3.00 per hour.

Free parking is available in the Albert St lot from Monday to Friday after 5:00pm and all day on weekends.

Bus

  • #5 Erb West / Lancaster Eastbridge
  • #7 C, D, E
  • iXpress (route 200)

ION (LRT)

Both the Waterloo Public Square and the Willis Way stations are an easy 5 to 7 minute walk to the Main Library. Please cross at the traffic lights for your own safety.

Learn more about the ION including the schedule and fares, on the Grand River Transit website