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Parking permits for Aug 2016-July 2017, go on sale online and in the Parking and Transportation Services office starting July 1.

More information about a new, low-cost permit option.

More information about parking permits.

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STUDENT

FIND WHAT MOVES YOU. 

You have many options when getting to and around campus.

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EMPLOYEE

CHANGE YOUR ROUTE. CHANGE YOUR LIFE.

Your parking benefits include a variety of flexible options to help you drive less with your personal car.

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VISITOR

EXPLORE AND COLLABORATE WITH CSU.

Campus is more community-friendly than ever. Getting here is easy, and enjoying it is easier.

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PARKING ENFORCEMENT CHANGE!

PTS-motorpool-01Don’t get a parking ticket this summer! Parking and Transportation Services will enforce regular parking hours this summer. Permits will be required in all lots from 7:30 a.m. – 4 p.m. Monday through Friday, unless otherwise posted. More information.

CONSTRUCTION AND CLOSURE UPDATE

PTS-cone-01This is an era of unprecedented revitalization and improvement. Building a better Colorado State requires occasional detours and closures. For the most up-to-date coverage of closures and construction that impact parking, please visit SOURCE’s Campus Construction and Parking News.

PARKING PERMIT INCREASE, LOW COST OPTION AVAILABLE

ParPTS-carking permit rates will increase starting July 31, and a new, low-cost parking permit option is available. Click here for more information.

Did you know? State statute dictates that our university parking program pays for itself. This means that those who use campus parking must pay for the parking they use. So staff, faculty, students and visitors pay for that parking in one of three ways: buying a permit, paying a meter or paying a fine.

All the money collected from parking ventures goes to support parking. Parking and Transportation Services does NOT receive tax or tuition money, but uses the money it collects from permit sales, meter collection and fines to pay for all costs. These costs include new construction, maintenance of existing facilities, signs and enforcement.