Parking and Shuttle Updates

Parking and Shuttle Services, in conjunction with campus and community partners, recently improved existing services and provided new assistance for your travel to and around campus. These changes include:

  • Up to ten vehicles may now be added to a valid permit, with only one vehicle displaying the permit parked on campus at any time.
  • On 1/13/14 twenty NC and R2 permits were made available for purchase after being sold out.
  • A kiosk is now located in P66 (Skydome) for short-term parking or daily use. All kiosks accept Visa, MasterCard, Discover and debit cards with Visa and MasterCard logos only.
  • Installing a kiosk, located on the south side of the Health and Learning Center building (28A), for Health Services patients only. A code is required to enter at the kiosk to receive a free temporary parking permit and is included in the appointment reminder email. If you visit Health Services as a walk-in client, 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.
  • Adding daily "pay by lot" online permit options for lots P13 (Cline Library), P62 (I-40), P64 (NAUPD/Capital Assets), and P66 (Skydome). Simply order, print the permit, and display the permit in its entirety on the passenger side windshield.
  • The addition of the San Francisco Parking Garage (lot P96B) 
    • permits are available for purchase
    • a permit owner with a temporary permit may call our office at 928-523-6623 to receive a code to access the garage
  • The addition of bike lockers, including storage for personal belongings, located near the following buildings:
    • Aspen Crossing
    • Campbell Hall
    • Cowden Learning Center
    • Gabaldon Hall
    • McConnell Hall
    • McKay Village/Reilly Hall
    • Raymond Hall
  •  The addition of bike enclosures, including storage for personal belongings, located in the following garages:
    • Knoles
    • San Francisco
    • Mountain View
  • Clearly defining bike and pedestrian paths, and posting new signs to improve safety between bike, pedestrian, and personal vehicle intersections
  • Improving campus shuttle and Mountain Link routes to ensure more efficient and timely service
  • Replacing meters with "pay by space" stalls for short-term parking located in the following lots:
    • P7 (Wall Aquatic Center)
    • P16 (the Union)
    • P45 (du Bois Center)