Faculty & Staff Parking - Fall 2020
Q: When will paid parking requirements be reinstated?
A: Paid Parking requirements previously scheduled for August 1, 2020, has been extended to September 1, 2020.
Q: When will TAPS resume parking payroll deductions?
A: Faculty and staff parking deductions were cancelled in March due to COVID-19.
Faculty and staff must opt in and contact TAPS to resume paying for parking through payroll deduction.
Q: Can I roll over my existing parking permissions without reinstating my payroll deduction?
A: Yes. You have the option to retain your existing Gold, Slate, Blue zone parking regardless of when you will be returning to campus. If you are telecommuting, you have the option to purchase daily parking.
Q: If I decide not to rollover my existing permit, will I be placed on a waiting list?
A: No. You will be able to retain your permit for the spring semester.
Q: Is there a daily permit purchase option if I telecommute?
A: Yes. TAPS will offer a new daily paid parking solution through a mobile app for those telecommuting and traveling to campus 12 days or less as their primary work schedule. The daily rates are prorated based on the three tiers below. Please note a transactiion fee of $ .35 cents will be added to each purchase.
Additional information will be made available soon.
Gold: $6.00 (Library Lot 2, Le Grand Lot)
Slate: $4.00 (North Bowl 1 & 2)
Blue/Green: $3.00 (P3, Scholars Lot and ECEC)
Q: Due to my office location changing, am I able to modify or upgrade my parking by location?
A: Yes. TAPS will assist you in determining the best parking solution.
Q: Will faculty/staff parking be available near the new Administration Building?
A: Yes. The existing Bellevue Lot will have zones marked for Gold and Slate permissions. This work will be completed within the next month as part of the completion of P2020.
Q: Am I able to park in the University Lot located near the Conference and Events Center?
A: The University Lot is restricted for specially marked reserved spaces and will not be available for general parking.
Q: Is TAPS enforcing parking on campus?
A: Yes. Citations will continue to be issued for violations in fire lanes, restricted and non-designated parking areas. Paid parking enforcement will resume September 1, 2020.