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Can I park in visitor or other designated parking spaces?

April 16th, 2010 by Michael

There are several types of designated parking spaces on campus. Misusing these spaces will result in fines and towing.

  • Visitor spaces are provided in lots throughout the campus. These spaces are short-term parking for persons visiting Plymouth State University. These spaces are not for student, faculty or staff use.
  • The 15-minute spaces provided in key areas are for those times when students, faculty and staff need very short-term parking, such as loading and unloading a vehicle.
  • Spaces marked “physical plant parking only” or “food service parking only” are just that. They are for use only by those entities because they need immediate access to certain areas to provide services to the community.

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Vehicles on Campus after Easter

April 17th, 2014 by Amanda

 

Students returning from Easter Break with Unpermitted vehicles MUST obtain temporary parking permits if the vehicles are going to be in PSU lots.  Students will then only be allowed to park in lot 603.

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