Parking on Campus Lots

You probably have noticed that there are some parking lots
very near to your building around campus. Most of these parking is rented by
faculty and university staff, and you will have to wait for months or even years
before getting a chance to rent one of these parking spaces.

However, you may find some metered spaces available in these
lots. In this case you will need to pay for parking if you park your vehicle in
these locations during working hours.


A good think to know is that in most of these campus lots
you may park for free after 5 PM and on the weekends. This comes in handy if
you have meetings or evenings classes. That information is also valid for the
parking garages located on campus.

 You can find out which lots are available, and which are not by checking the blue signs placed on the entrance of each lot.



You can check the location of these parking spaces at the Parking
Department website.

Also, it is always a good idea to check the parking meter
hours of operations. It can be found in small print on the parking meters. The
end of the hours of operations may vary from 5 pm, 6 pm, or 9 pm  (e.g., in downtown or close to Green street the
hours of operation ends at 9 p.m.).  


Enforcement in university rental lots changes during Winter Months (November
through March)

 For example, last November through
March, all rental lots posted for enforcement from 6 a.m.-5
p.m. (M – F) was opened for general public parking beginning at 4
.  However, all street meters and 24-hour parking rental areas continued to
be enforced as posted.

more information about parking hours and changes, click here to visit the website.


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