Permits

student, faculty & staff Permits


Full-time and benefits-eligible staff and faculty may choose to purchase a parking permit through pre-tax payroll deduction. Call (801) 581-6415 or email parkingpermits@utah.edu to enroll.

 

PAYMENTS

This convenient payment method divides the total permit cost into 24 payments and automatically renews each year.

 

CANCEL PERMIT

You may cancel your permit at any time by sending an email to parkingpermits@utah.edu. Keep in mind, if a new permit is needed in the same fiscal year, arrears must be paid when reinstating payroll deduction. If you cancel your permit and want to reinstate it without paying arrears, you may purchase a cash permit.

 

NOTE: Employees may not have multiple permits on payroll deduction.

Faculty and staff may purchase semester permits in full without payroll deduction. Permits purchased without payroll deduction will not automatically renew.

 

PRORATED PERMIT REFUNDS

Active permits may be returned for a prorated refund for up to 60 days after the date of purchase. Expired permits cannot be returned for a refund. Send an email request to parkingpermits@utah.edu to request a prorated refund. Emails must be received within the 60-day period of time.

 

HOW ARE PRORATED REFUNDS CALCULATED?

The amount of the refund is calculated by using the date of purchase, and the date the refund was requested, to determine the used portion of the permit. The weekly value for that permit is subtracted for every week the permit was used (see below). The remaining value will be refunded.

 

WEEKLY VALUE OF PARKING PERMITS

  • U, HU and D permit: $11.00 per week
  • A, CU and SHU permits: $26 per week
  • CA permit: $27 per week
  • Motorcycle permit: $3 per week
  • Campus affiliates parked in designated ADA stalls within a regulated lot or garage are required to purchase the corresponding University permit for that area and display a state-issued ADA license plate or placard.
  • Eligible campus affiliates wanting to park in any lot or garage requiring a T permit need to add themselves to the waitlist via their Parking Portal.

Active permits may be returned for a prorated refund for up to 60 days after the date of purchase. Expired permits cannot be returned for a refund. Send an email request to parkingpermits@utah.edu to request a prorated refund. Emails must be received within the 60-day period of time.

 

HOW ARE PRORATED REFUNDS CALCULATED?

The amount of the refund is calculated by using the date of purchase, and the date the refund was requested, to determine the used portion of the permit. The weekly value for that permit is subtracted for every week the permit was used (see below). The remaining value will be refunded.

 

WEEKLY VALUE OF PARKING PERMITS

  • U, HU and ADA permit: $11.00 per week
  • CU and SHU permits: $26 per week
  • Motorcycle permit: $3 per week

 

Students parked in designated ADA stalls within a regulated lot are required to purchase a University permit and display a state-issued ADA license plate or placard.

U

SEMESTER PRICE: $145

 

AVAILABLE TO:
  • Students
  • Faculty
  • Staff

 

VALID UNTIL:
  • Fall Semester Permit: January 7, 2022
  • Spring Semester Permit: August 31, 2022

 

VALID SPACES:
  • ‘U’ stalls
  • ‘A’ stalls that allow ‘U’ permits after 3 p.m.

 

HU

Housing

SEMESTER PRICE: $145

 

AVAILABLE TO:
  • Students living on campus. *Only residents will see this option in the Parking Portal.

 

VALID UNTIL:
  • Fall Semester Permit: January 7, 2022
  • Spring Semester Permit: August 31, 2022

 

VALID SPACES:
  • ‘HU’ stalls
  • ‘U’ stalls
  • ‘A’ stalls that allow ‘U’ permits after 3 p.m.

 

CU

CENTRAL GARAGE

SEMESTER PRICE: $348

 

AVAILABLE TO:
  • Students
  • Faculty
  • Staff

 

VALID UNTIL:
  • Fall Semester Permit: January 7, 2022
  • Spring Semester Permit: August 31, 2022

 

VALID SPACES:
  • Central Garage (Lot 11)
  • Lassonde Lot (Lot 24)
  • ‘U’ stalls
  • ‘A’ stalls that allow ‘U’ permits after 3 p.m.

 

HCU

HOUSING CENTRAL GARAGE

SEMESTER PRICE: $348

 

AVAILABLE TO:
  • Students living on campus. *Only residents will see this option in the Parking Portal.

 

VALID UNTIL:
  • Fall Semester Permit: January 7, 2022
  • Spring Semester Permit: August 31, 2022

 

VALID SPACES:
  • Central Garage (Lot 11)
  • Lassonde Lot (Lot 24)
  • ‘HU’ stalls
  • ‘U’ stalls
  • ‘A’ stalls that allow “U” permits after 3 p.m.

 

SHU

SHORELINE GARAGE

SEMESTER PRICE: $348

 

AVAILABLE TO:
  • Students living on campus in the Medical Towers. *Only residents will see this option in the Parking Portal.

 

VALID UNTIL:
  • Fall Semester Permit: January 7, 2022
  • Spring Semester Permit: August 31, 2022

 

VALID SPACES:
  • Shoreline Garage – level one (Lot 81)
  • ‘HU’ stalls
  • ‘U’ stalls
  • ‘A’ stalls that allow ‘U’ permits after 3 p.m.

 

D

Disability

SEMESTER PRICE: $145

 

AVAILABLE TO:
  • Students
  • Faculty
  • Staff

 

VALID UNTIL:
  • Fall Semester Permit: January 7, 2022
  • Spring Semester Permit: August 31, 2022

 

VALID SPACES:
  • ADA stalls in ‘U’ and ‘A’ lots (ADA placard or plates required)
  • ‘U’ stalls
  • ‘A’ stalls

 

EMAIL PARKINGPERMITS@UTAH.EDU OR CALL (801) 581-6415 TO GET THIS PERMIT.
M

Motorcycle

SEMESTER PRICE: $47.50

 

AVAILABLE TO:
  • Students
  • Faculty
  • Staff

 

VALID UNTIL:
  • Fall 2021: January 7, 2022
  • Spring 2022: August 31, 2022

 

VALID SPACES:

 

USA

University Student Apartments

Call (801) 581-6415 for pricing

 

AVAILABLE TO:
  • University Student Apartment East/West Village residents. *Only residents will see this option in the Parking Portal.

 

VALID UNTIL:
  • September 30, 2021

 

VALID SPACES:
  • University Student Apartment lots

 

Sharing a Parking Permit


Individuals may share a permit with another faculty, staff, or student by linking multiple vehicles to one parking permit. Only one vehicle from the shared permit may be parked on campus at a time. Shared permits must be paid for by one individual; others may reimburse the permit holder for their portion of the permit.

OTHER Permits


Contractor Permit

The Contractor Permit is available to university project managers and general contractors who hold existing contracts with the university. This permit allows construction and plant operation vehicles to park on campus.

 

Complete the following step to obtain the Contractor permit:

STEP 1: The university project manager or plant operations manager must first submit the 'Project Parking Plan Form' to paul.quist@utah.edu.

If you are the general contractor, contact your project manager or plant operations manager to complete this step.

  • Download the 'Project Parking Plan' form here.
  • To ensure parking facilities are available to the contractor, submit the form before bidding on the project.
  • The 'Project Parking Plan' must be approved before requesting a Contractor permit. Permits are not issued without prior authorization.
  • Contractor permits are virtual, meaning each license plate represents the permit.

STEP 2:  University project managers and general contractors must then fill out the Contractor Permit Request form. After submitting the permit request form, you will receive an email with the permit order status details.

Contractor Permit Request Form

 

More Contractor Permit Information:
    • Contractor permits for projects requiring off-campus entities, and their employees, may be purchased after the parking plan is approved.
    • Permits are transferable between vehicles but may not be altered or copied, and are only valid in the area described in the parking plan per the permit type policy.
    • The university project manager may request additional Contractor permits.
    • Contractor permits are virtual, meaning each license plate represents the permit.
    • The account balance will expedite permit issuance.
    • Any unused balance will be refunded at your request.
    • Each account must have one point of contact and list their telephone number.
    • Permit requests must be received at least 24 hours before issuance.
    • Parking tickets and violations are the responsibility of the general contractor.

Sidewalk Access Permit

The Sidewalk Access permit allows a vehicle to access the locations on campus that are far from appropriate loading zones, otherwise prohibited.

There are two different types of Sidewalk Access permits:
  • The Sidewalk Access permit for delivery vehicles may be issued to vendors and service providers making deliveries to landlocked buildings.
  • Campus departments commissioning services must apply for delivery permits on behalf of their vendors.
  • Hazard lights must be flashing while the vehicle travels along the sidewalk.
  • The Sidewalk Access permit for maintenance projects is exclusive to Facility Operations vehicles and may allow access to landscaped areas.
  • This permit allows temporary access to non-accessible sidewalks for maintenance and/or construction as needed.
  • Hazard lights must be flashing while the vehicle travels along the sidewalk.
SIDEWALK ACCESS PERMIT POLICIES:

Sidewalks are for pedestrians, and motor vehicles may not have continuous access on campus walkways. When sidewalk access is not essential, vehicles relocate to a parking lot. Sidewalk permits may be revoked for inappropriate use. These policies govern appropriate use:

    • Hazard lights must be flashing while the vehicle travels along the sidewalk.
    • The speed limit is 5 mph when traveling on the sidewalk.
    • Vehicle operators must yield to pedestrians and keep the wheels of the vehicle on hardscape at all times.
    • Vehicles may not block building entrances, ADA access ramps or fire lanes.
    • Vehicles are never allowed to park on or drive across the Marriott Library Plaza or the plaza between Gardner Commons and the Language and Communication Building.
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