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I paid for a permit to park in my lot, but when I got there no spaces were available. Can I park in a different lot?

April 16th, 2010 by Michael

Sorry, no. From time to time lots get filled with vehicles that don’t belong there. While we sympathize with the situation, and take measures to enforce parking rules by issuing citations to those who illegally take up spaces in lots, we can’t allow you to park in another lot because there is no space available there either. Logically, if you park illegally in another lot, you will displace someone else from their own lot. Then that person may choose to park illegally in yet another lot, causing three violations instead of just one. Lack of available space is not an acceptable excuse to park inappropriately. If you find that there are vehicles in your designated lot that are not supposed to be there, contact University Police and we will send an officer to issue citations or possibly tow the vehicles involved.

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Move Out

May 6th, 2014 by Amanda

To students moving out of the Residential Halls please only bring your vehicle up to park near your building for only loading your vehicles with your belongings, also vehicles can not be left in those areas if no move-out activity is taking place.

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