Department | $325
Available for purchase by university departments to be used by employees attending work-related meetings away from office location. Valid for 2.5 hours in the following posted spaces: Reserved - Departmental Permits, colored lots and meters/timed spaces. Purchase information: online form.
Department Guest | Prices Vary
Departmental Scratch-Off Visitor | $2/permit/day
University of Idaho departments that host visitors may purchase Scratch-Off Visitor Permits in advance. A Visitor Permit Request Form must be submitted to the Parking Office at least two weeks prior to the date permits or services are needed. Minimum order of 5 permits. To be valid, appropriate date must be scratched off on the Visitor Permit while displayed in vehicle.
Department Reserved: X-plate (Exempt) Spaces |$325
Department Reserved: X-plate (Exempt) spaces are reserved for specific x-plate vehicles only. These spaces are available for purchase by any university department that has x-plate vehicles requiring 24-hour parking. Exempt reserved spaces have signage indicating the department and that the space is for x-plates only. These spaces are enforced 24 hours. Federal, state, local and university exempt plate vehicles are not allowed to be stored overnight on campus in any regular parking space; they must be stored overnight in a departmentally purchased reserved space or in the x-plate vehicle storage area at Facilities Services. To purchase an exempt reserved space, an Exempt Reserved Space application must be completed and submitted to Parking and Transportation Services.
Department Reserved Space - General | $325
General reserved parking spaces are distinct from X-PLATE parking spaces; these spaces can only be occupied for approved purposes included in the Department’s statement of justification, provided on the reserved space request form. Parking & Transportation Services will make the final determination as to whether a justification warrants the issuance of a GENERAL parking permit. Such justifications may include but are not limited to: full-time university staff whose permanent office location is off-campus and needs routine access to campus to conduct university business; an exceptional need to accommodate a certain type of
departmental visitor; a need to accommodate a certain class of non-xplated vehicles used solely to conduct university business.