Disability Permits and Transportation
- Both a U of I Disability permit (Temporary or Annual) and a valid State-issued Disability permit or Disability license plate are required to be displayed in all campus ADA marked spaces except after 5 p.m. on weekdays, weekends, academic breaks, and on university holidays. During these times, ONLY a valid State-issued Disability permit or Disability license plate is required to be displayed in ADA marked spaces.
- In all hourly paid parking areas and posted timed spaces—at all times that payment is required or time limit is enforced—ONLY a State-issued Disability permit or Disability license plate is required to be displayed, and no time restriction applies. However, it is a violation of these regulations for a current university employee or student to park in a campus meter or timed space with only a State-issued Disability permit or Disability license plate in order to avoid the purchase of a university parking permit. See also APM 40.32.A.2.
- Both a U of I Disability permit (Temporary or Annual) and a valid State-issued Disability permit or Disability license plate are required to park in regular spaces in color parking lots when permits are required.
Annual Disability | $77
Available for purchase online by university faculty, staff, students or frequent visitors who provide photo identification and a current state-issued disability permit or disability license plate registration. Before attempting to purchase an annual Disability permit online, please email a photo or scanned image of the photo ID and state disability permit/plate registration to email@example.com. A U of I annual Disability permit can then be purchased by visiting aims.parking.uidaho.edu. If the state-issued disability permit is non-expiring, there will be no need to annually update state information after the initial submission. Otherwise, a new state disability placard/plate registration will need to be submitted when the original expires. Please see Guidelines for Use above. Please contact our office with questions at 208-885-6424 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Temporary Disability | Prices Vary
Available for purchase by university faculty, staff, students or visitors who provide photo identification and current registration for a state-issued Disability permit, and submit a U of I Temporary Disability permit application. The U of I Temporary Disability permit’s expiration date will be set to match that of the temporary state-issued placard. Temporary disability permits are free to holders of an annual parking permit and $1 per day for all others, not to exceed the cost of an annual disability permit. Please see Guidelines for Use above. Please contact our office with questions: 208-885-6424 or email@example.com.
Short-Term Access | Varies
Available for purchase by those who need improved access on campus due to a short-term disability. This permit type is valid for 3 days in: any regular colored lot space, metered spaces, posted timed spaces and valid campus walkway spaces. This permit is not valid in ADA marked spaces. There is a limit of 1 issued permit per person per year. Short-Term Access permits are free to holders of an annual parking permit and $2 for all others. If access to ADA marked spaces is necessary, or improved access parking is required for a period of longer than 3 days, please see Disability Permits above. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or to begin the purchase process.
Vandal Access Service | Free
Vandal Access Service provides University of Idaho students and employees with temporary or permanent mobility-limiting disabilities equal access to facilities, programs and services on campus. Our ADA accessible van operates during fall and spring academic sessions only, Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. For more information, click here.