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Permits are required Mondays through Fridays from 7:00am until 10:00pm.  This includes in between semesters.

The following parking areas are enforced 24 hours daily:

  • Red Curbs/Fire Lanes
  • 15 Minute time zones
  • Service/Maintenance Stalls
  • White and Yellow Curbs
  • Disabled permit parking stalls
No.  Meters are enforced during the same hours/days of the week/year that parking permits are required.  Students are welcome to use the metered spaces, but the rates must be paid during enforcement hours.
Yes.  A 3 day grace period. However, we encourage you to begin displaying your permit on the first day.  On the fourth day, permit parking enforcement is fully activated.
It is common for students to temporarily change vehicles and, as a result, forget their parking permit.  If this happens, you simply stop by one of the Daily Permit Machines and purchase a day permit.  Metered parking is also available.
Purchase of a parking permit allows you to park on campus on a first-come first-serve basis. 
No.  Parking permits are your personal property just like books, calculators, etc.  To replace a permit you will have to pay a $10 fee at the Cashiers office, bring your receipt to Public Safety and fill out a Lost or Stolen Permit form.
If the meter doesn’t register your money or you pull into an out of order meter, call our office 667-3114 right away to notify us.  We will not ticket you for a period of up to one hour.
If you are not a dorm resident and must leave your vehicle parked overnight on weekends in a lot other than the dorm parking, call our office 667-3114 right away to notify us.  If your vehicle will be parked overnight during weekdays you must purchase an extended daily permit (anywhere from two to five days) from any permit machine on campus. 
Any disability, either permanent or temporary that precludes your walking for distances should be discussed with Disabled Student Services (667-3159).  Upon verification of the length of your disability, you may be issued a temporary permit allowing you to park close to the inner campus.
If you have a motorcycle permit you must park in motorcycle parking.  If you have a regular permit on your motorcycle you may park in regular parking stalls.
Parking tickets which are not paid within 21 days from the date of issue or 14 days from the date of the reminder notice will be subject to increased penalties, to include a placement of a hold against the vehicle registration at Department of Motor Vehicles.
Parking citations must be appealed within 21 days from the date of issue or 14 days from the date of the reminder notice.  If you do not appeal within the set time frames you lose your right to contest the citation.
Vehicles may be towed or impounded if any of (but not limited to) the following conditions exist:
  1. The vehicle has accumulated a total of five (5) unpaid citations.
  2. The vehicle is illegally parked and/or appears to be abandoned or left unattended.
  3. The vehicle registration is expired in excess of six months.
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