Fall parking information announced for St. Paul campus
Parking permits are required in all lots beginning at 6 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 12. Prior to that time, all other violations will be enforced, including no overnight parking in nonresident lots, metered spaces and all restricted spaces and lots.
Parking permits may be purchased 24 hours per day at the Public Safety and Parking Services office located on first floor, Morrison Hall.
Commuter permits will cost $200 for the full year or $105 for one semester. Evening permits also are available for the St. Paul campus. Evening permits are valid from 5 p.m. to 2 a.m. only and are $100 for the full year or $55 for one semester.
Employee permits will be sold on a sliding-scale basis for the 2004-2005 academic year. St. Paul employees earning less than $30,000 will pay $200 for a full year permit or $105 for one semester; those earning between $30-60,000 will pay $300 for a full year or $155 for one semester; employees earning over $60,000 will pay $400 for a full year or $205 for one semester. Employees will be required to pay by payroll deduction with pre-tax dollars and will not need to disclose their salary when purchasing a permit.
All resident permits and ramp contracts will be sold through the resident lottery system. Lottery forms were due on Sept. 6 and results were posted on Sept. 7. Residents winning the lottery must purchase their permits or contracts by Sept. 12. Any late lottery entries will be entered in a supplemental lottery to be held in mid-September. Resident permits will cost $300 for the full year or $155 for one semester; ramp contracts will cost $1,080 for the full year or $550 for one semester.
Due to construction on the north campus, a few lot changes have been made to the parking areas. Level R3 of the Morrison Hall Parking Ramp will be designated as a north resident parking lot. The tennis courts on south campus have been converted to parking for employees and commuters. The west row of Lot O by the Binz has been changed to Lot W for south resident parkers.
If you have any questions about parking, please call Public Safety at (651) 962-5100