FAQ

FAQ

You may appeal a ticket online or by visiting our office. Tickets cannot be appealed over the phone. Walk-ins are welcome on Wednesday, but if you’d like to make an appointment for another day, please call 801-581-6415.

Parking lots on enforced Monday through Friday. Additionally, lots are enforced during football games, academic breaks and summer semester.

Departments pay a fee to give their employees UTA access. The employee does not pay this.

Front license plates are required when vehicles are backed into a parking stall. To enforce campus more efficiently, our enforcement officers use a license plate recognition system with cameras placed on top of their vehicles. This requires license plates to be visible from the roadway. Vehicles are backed into a parking stall without a front license plate may result in a ticket.

The ticket violation is displayed on the front of the ticket. Visit our Tickets page to learn more about parking violations.

When a university employee or student parks in hospital visitor parking garage, they are required to fill out a pink card and turn it into front desk of the hospital. This process helps us ensure only visitors are using the visitor parking.

We use the license plate as the vehicle’s identifying information. Delete the old vehicle entry and create a new one with the new license plate.

We use the Reserved Parking violation for reserved stalls, maintenance stalls and townhouse stalls.

To start your payroll deductions, email parkingpermits@utah.edu or call 801-581-6415.

To cancel your permit and stop payroll deduction, email parkingpermits@utah.edu. Be sure to include your UID and state your request to cancel your permit.

Tickets written after July 1, 2019, have a 20-day time period to appeal. Parking changes happen often, and we must work with the most accurate data possible — which requires us to handle appeals promptly.

States that have county codes on their license plates must be included when entering your vehicle information.

The following states currently have county codes on their license plates (as of August 18, 2020):

  • Alabama
  • Montana
  • Nebraska
  • South Dakota
  • Wyoming
  • Idaho
  • Hawaii
We're here to help!

Chat With Us