Overnight Parking Rules
Overnight parking is allowed in designated spaces and lots between the hours of midnight and 6:30 am. Rules are enforced year-round.
The following lots or portions thereof have been designated for overnight parking:
|Alumni B||(designated area)|
|*Baird B||(designated area)|
|Cooke B||(designated area)|
|Creekside Village||(Creekside Sticker Required)|
|Flickinger Court||(Flickinger Sticker Required)|
|Flint Village||(Flint Village Sticker Required)|
|*Fronczak A||(designated area)|
|Hadley Village||(Hadley Sticker Required)|
|Hochstetter B||(designated area)|
|Jacobs B||(designated area)|
|Jarvis B||(designated area)|
|Lake LaSalle||(designated area)|
|South Lake Village||(South Lake Sticker Required)|
|Special Event||(designated area)|
|Abbott A||(designated area)|
(*) Denotes Faculty/Staff or Paid Parking lot. The appropriate permit or receipt is required between the hours of 7 am and 3 pm, Monday through Friday.
Winter Break Parking
Students wishing to leave their cars on campus during winter break should park only in the following lots:
- All Ellicott vehicles must be parked in the East-end of the Fargo Lot.
- All Governors vehicles must be parked in the second row of Governor's E Lot.
- All South Campus vehicles must be parked in the second and third row in the Main/Bailey Lot.
Snow Plowing Notification
To help keep the lots of the residence halls well-plowed and safe, a 48-hour notification procedure will be employed as needed. Students, faculty and staff will be notified not to park in selected lots after 9 pm so that plowing can take place. The notice will state the alternative lots where the vehicles should park.
Tips for Winter Parking
- Look for signage. If you leave your vehicle in a lot overnight, you must be parked in a designated area, or you will be ticketed.
- When parking on campus in winter, be careful not to triple park. Triple parking - making three rows out of two - inconveniences others and may lead to the ticketing and/or towing of your vehicle.
- Try to pick a familiar landmark, such as a sign, light pole, or tree to gauge where a parking space is located when the parking lot is snow covered. In some lots, you will notice orange delineators at the end of the rows to also help guide you to parking in an orderly manner.
- To maintain emergency vehicle access, please make sure there is room for a double travel lane from your vehicle when it is parked at the end of a row. This will also aid in plowing during the day.
- Parking lot plowing is the responsibility of University Facilities. Facilities crews will begin plowing when snow in parking lots is between 2-4 inches.
- If you notice a walkway or building access with excessive snow cover, call Customer Service at 645-2028 from any campus phone.
- View the University Snow Removal Policy