Parking

Permit Information for the 2017-2018 Academic Year

Learn About Parking Permits for the Academic Year 2017 - 2018

SPRING SEMESTER

Residential, general, and limited reserved spring permits will be available to purchase beginning Monday, January 15, 2018. Reserved permits are offered based upon space availability. All reserved lots may not appear on the parking portal.

 IMPORTANT CHANGE FOR ON CAMPUS RESIDENTS:

This year, we will be introducing “Virtual Permits” for on campus students only.  Virtual permits will allow on campus residents to park in their designated area without being required to display a physical permit on their vehicle.  License Plate Recognition (LPR)  verifies registrations in all lots. You must visit the website to order a permit.  No permits will be sold in the Parking Office.  

After Hour permits for designated resident students (Park Point and Province) will be available to purchase as well.  After Hours permits are specifically for designated resident students (Park Point and The Province) and students who must be on campus after 5 p.m.  We can provide an accommodations to assist those students who work on or off campus.  In order to receive an accommodation on the days you work, you must obtain a Work Verification Letter (WVL) from your place of employment and provide your work schedule. 

We encourage everyone to utitlize our online services at myparking.rit.edu

The Parking Office provides parking services to students, faculty, staff and guests of the RIT community. Please visit the links below for detailed information on the Parking Regulations and services available. To the right of the page "myParking Account" provides direct access to your contact information, vehicle and permit information stored on the parking database. You can edit this information, register your vehicle, purchase reserved permits, pay or appeal citations online. Please take the time to check this information for accuracy and updates on a regular basis.

 

ALL VEHICLES MUST BE REGISTERED BEFORE PARKING ON CAMPUS.

The registration process is not complete until the permit or decal has been displayed as instructed. Vehicle registrations can be processed throughout the academic year for new employees and students, permit replacements, new vehicles and license plate transfers, etc. If you require assistance, please contact the Parking Office (585) 475-2074.

 

General Parking Information

Where May I Park?

Permits

Citations

Appeals

Traffic Regulations

Towing

General Parking FAQ

Parking Glossary

Disabled or Neglected Vehicles

Avoid a Ticket – Helping You Out

Parking for People with Disabilities

LEED Low-Emissions & Electric Charging Station Locations