What to Remember About Spring Break Parking
March 01, 2019
Due to record-breaking snowfall this February, additional parking restrictions will be in place during this year’s spring break, Monday through Friday, March 11-15, 2019. Read more.
- No parking allowed at any time on any campus street normally signed and designated for Silver or Purple student resident parking.As these streets are cleared of snow from curb to curb they will be available for daytime parking only (6 a.m. to 2 a.m.) for the remainder of the week.
- No overnight parking or vehicle storage is allowed on any campus streets during break. Vehicles in violation may be cited and/or towed.
- Vehicle storage and overnight parking during Spring Break is only allowed in one of two designated parking lots: Red Lot 34 (West of Kibbie, paved) and Blue Lot 60 (Sweet and Railroad).
- No permit is required for daytime parking (6 a.m. – 2 a.m.) in Orange, Red, Blue, Purple and Silver lots during spring break.
- Overnight enforcement of Gold, Orange, Red and Blue parking lots remains unchanged during Spring Break.
For complete information on parking during academic breaks, view the Parking Enforcement Schedule. Regular enforcement resumes at 2 a.m. Monday, March 18.
If you need a ride to your spring break destination or would like some passengers to help pay for gas, post your ride on U of I’s Zimride.
Have a wonderful spring break!
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