Parking at St. Andrew’s

St. Andrew’s has parking spots available for rent, Monday to Friday, 7:00 am to 6:00 pm. The monthly fee is $150. Contact the church office if you are interested in renting a spot.

Members and adherents of St. Andrew’s are permitted to park in non-staff stalls along the church side of the parking lot on a short-term, occasional basis at any time, providing their vehicle displays a church parking sticker. Stickers are available for church attendees only for their personal use.

On Sunday mornings, courtesy parking is available in the Radisson Hotel’s underground parkade for vehicles displaying a dashboard parking pass that can be obtained from the church office.  You may ignore the sign stating “Lot Full; Hotel Guests Only”, as it doesn’t apply to us.  If you feel comfortable parking in the parkade and walking to church, please do so. This will help free up parking for our guests and for those who need to park close to the church.

All members and adherents of St. Andrew’s are encouraged to get a “St. Andrew’s Church Parking” sticker for the windshield of their vehicle. That way, if your vehicle is parked in our lot it will be easily identified.  Stickers are available at the church office during office hours for $10 each. When purchasing a sticker, please be prepared to provide your vehicle description and licence plate number.

Please note that a sticker does not entitle you to park in our lot any time and all the time! If a sign is posted stating “Funeral Parking Only Today” or “Wedding Parking Only Today”, that means guests only! If you are not a guest, please seek other parking arrangements.


Handicapped parking is available in the St. Andrew’s lot. There is a wheelchair ramp and a lift to provide access to the church sanctuary and the meeting hall below.

On Sundays, we ask that church members reserve the parking lot for visitors and those with mobility difficulties. Underground parking at the Radisson hotel is ample on Sunday mornings. Remember there are three levels, and an elevator back to the Radisson lobby.

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