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Rules and Regulations

 

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To park on University property, your vehicle must display the appropriate parking permit and be parked in designated lots. All parking lots are numbered and have a sign at the entrance indicating who can park there.Vehicles parked in PSU lots without a permit are subject to a fine of $100 and may be towed at the owner’s expense.

Before you buy your permit, please be certain that you are familiar with these rules. Go to thepermitstore.com (Iparq) to purchase a parking permit. When you buy a permit through thepermitstore.com you are acknowledging that you have read and understood the rules and regulations. Questions may be directed to the PSU University Police.

Be aware that vehicles parked in PSU parking facilities or on any PSU property are parked at the owner’s risk. PSU is not responsible for any theft or damage.

Parking Lot Maintenance Schedule

Community Alerts

Lot 502 CLOSURE

October 23rd, 2014 by Amanda

All restricted permitted vehicles in lot 502 need to be moved to lot 603 ASAP due to construction.

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