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2013-2014 Permits Available June 1st
Permits for the 2013 - 2014 school year will be available for purchase online beginning June 1, 2013. Students may place the cost of the permit on their student account or pay with any major credit card. Permits are mailed to the requested address beginning July 1st.
Please make sure you order the correct permit based on our guidelines here. If you are not offered the correct permit, please call our office so that we can assist you. Do not order the wrong permit as there is a $5 exchange fee for changing your permit.
The last day to return a permit for a refund is September 11, 2013.
Students are encouraged to order before July 1st as space in some parking zones is limited.
- Resident and commuter parking lot year permit $440 (semester only $332)
- Employee parking lot year permit $400 (semester only $302)
- Parking garage $530 (semester only $400)
- Evening only year permit (valid after 4:30 pm) $210 (semester only $160)
- Motorcycle year permit $218 (semester only $166)
IMPORTANT CHANGE for 2013 - 2014
Students receiving financial aid must sign an authorization form available through the Student and Department Account Services office if you wish for your aid to cover the cost of your parking permit or transportation fee.
Fall 2013 Transportation Fee
The transportation fee is $40 and covers a portion of the operating costs to provide shuttle services and other transportation related expenses (bike lockers, bike registration, pedestrian/bike path signage and improvements). The fee is charged to Flagstaff campus students. Students who purchase a parking permit, after the charge has been posted, will be credited the fee up until mid-term of the semester. Students assigned student teaching, an internship, or study abroad will be credited the fee. Email Ask.Parking@nau.edu and attach offer/assignment documentation for the internship, student teaching, or study abroad that indicates dates and placement.
It is our goal to continuously meet your on-campus transportation needs. Find out what kind of new or improved services we have added.
Important things to know about parking on campus
- Vehicles must display a valid permit to park on campus Monday through Friday 7:30 a.m. to 10:00 p.m., excluding parking lots that are free after 4:30 p.m. These lots include P7 (WAC), P7A (HLC), P13 (Cline Library), and P62 (I-40). The cost of a permit may be charged to LOUIE.
- Short-term parking is available throughout campus. Garages are located on Knoles Drive and San Francisco Street. Pay by space stalls are available in P7 (WAC), P16 (Fieldhouse), and P45 (du Bois). Pay and display lots are available for use in P13 (Cline Library), P62 (I-40), P64 (NAUPD/Capital Assets), and P66 (Skydome). Vehicles registered to student permit owners are prohibited from parking in garages, pay by space stalls, and pay and display lots as these are intended for campus guests. Garages and kiosks accept credit/debit card payments only.
- An additional short-term parking option includes the usage of the "15 Minute Loading Zone Only" stalls located throughout campus. These stalls may be utilized with or without a valid permit.
- All lots are individually posted at the entrances regarding permit requirement. Signs and permits are color-coded. Many of the lots have designated stalls within them that must be avoided unless authorized to use. For example, the employee lot (AE, blue, P7A) north of the HLC has designated stalls for Mountain View resident permit holders on the northeast corner. Only P7A permit owners may utilize those stalls. Other examples include the designated employee stalls located in the lot west of Wilson Hall (P30), and the designated employee stalls west of Cline Library (P13).
- Are you adding or removing a vehicle from your account? When adding a vehicle to your account, make sure you have added it to your current permit. A vehicle can be removed from the account by emailing email@example.com. If you are removing a vehicle from your account, the vehicle history will remain on your account, but the vehicle will be inactive. It is the responsibility of the registered owner to notify PSS immediately if the vehicle is stolen or if it sold to another party.
- A citation is viewable and appealable through Manage My Parking within 48 hours, and if the responsible individual is known and has a LOUIE account the charge will post within 72 hours. Once posted to LOUIE, the citation may then be paid online, or a cash or check payment made at Student and Departmental Account Services (Gammage building #1).
- Appeals are submitted online, and takes approximately two weeks to adjudicate. Decisions are posted to your Manage My Parking account and email responses are sent every Friday.
- Health Services pays for patient parking. Parking is located in the HLC lot south of the building (P28A). A code is required to enter at the kiosk to receive a free temporary parking permit. A parking coupon code is included in the appointment reminder email. If you are planning to visit Health Services as a walk-in patient, follow the instructions on the kiosk. The temporary permit should be displayed in its entirety on the passenger side windshield, and expires two hours after issuance.
- Benefit-eligible faculty and staff may take advantage of tax savings by paying for their permit using payroll deduction.
- Weekend guests to campus do not need a permit but may not park in restricted areas or fire lanes. Weekend guests must display an American Disabilities Act (ADA) placard to use ADA stalls.
- ADA stalls are available throughout campus, and require an ADA placard in conjunction with a valid university parking permit.