Summer Break Parking Enforcement
May 03, 2019
Parking and Transportation Services would like to remind the Vandal community of summer parking regulations on campus, and wish everyone a wonderful summer break — May 12 through Aug. 25.
Vehicles and bicycles may not be stored on campus during summer break.
- Vehicles: Anyone leaving the Moscow area for the summer should be sure their vehicle is not left on campus. Parking lots and streets undergo maintenance and may be closed and cleared of all vehicles, potentially resulting in fines for their owners.
- Bicycles: Do not store bicycles on campus during summer break; bicycles that appear to be abandoned or disabled on campus are impounded during summer break.
Daytime enforcement during summer break, 6 a.m. to 2 a.m.:
- Permits are not required in regular spaces in all Orange, Red, Blue, Silver or Purple lots.
- Gold lots, Green lots, parking meters and pay-to-park areas are enforced year-round.
- All specially marked spaces — disability, reserved, service, delivery, timed, walkway spaces, no parking areas and fire lanes — are enforced year-round.
- Read more information regarding Disability Parking during Academic Breaks.
Overnight Parking, 2-6 a.m., is not allowed on campus streets or in parking lots posted "No Parking 2-6 a.m." during the summer break.
- This includes all on-street Purple and Silver parking.
- Anyone in need of overnight parking during the break may park in any regular off-street Purple or Silver parking lot. View the Summer Break Overnight Parking Map.
Fall parking permit reminders:
- With alternative transportation options available, many Vandals need not bring a vehicle to our walkable, bikeable campus. If you must, review the parking and mobility changes coming to campus for the 2019-20 academic year, review permit privileges and pricing, and then order a permit online as early as July 10.
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