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Parking Services is pleased to announce that decal permits will be issued as the primary permit option for Faculty and Staff for 2018.  


Parking Services has frequently received complaints from employees who are issued tickets because they forget to display their hangtag permit.  Although there is a liberal practice of automatically reducing four of these tickets per calendar year to warnings, many employees have requested that a switch be made to decal permits, similar to the ones used for students.  The feedback has been that although there might be multiple vehicles in a household, people generally drive one specific vehicle to campus the vast majority of the time.  Because of this feedback, the Parking Policy Advisory Committee deliberated the pros and cons of making this change and recommended piloting the move to decal permits for faculty and staff in 2018.


Only one permit will be issued to each employee.  Alternatively, a hangtag permits will be an option for those employees who indicate that they regularly switch vehicles. 

Permit can be ordered online using the following link:

If for any reason decal permit holders need to drive an alternative vehicle to campus, they can stop by our office on Farm Pond Road (M-F, 8AM – 5PM) or at the Visitor Booth (near the main entrance (M – F, 8AM – 3PM) to obtain a temporary permit for the day.

If the 2018 pilot decal permits program is well received, Parking Services is considering transitioning to a two-year decal permit program beginning in January 2019.


The Parking Services Team

Office of Public Safety and Emergency Management


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