Logo of: Colorado State University's Parking and Transportation Services department. It has a white background with with four circular icons followed by text. The leftmost circular icon is purple and has an image of a person walking. Next to the purple icon is a green circular icon with an image of a bus, Next to the bus icon is an orange circular icon with the image of a car, and following that is a circular icon that is blue with the image of a bicycle. Following all four of those icons, in green capitalized letters it says " Reinventing the Wheel". Underneath that phrase in smaller, orange letters it says "Your Guide to Navigating Campus".
Photograph of a student riding his longboard on the bike path that runs just south of the CSU Rec Center.

STUDENT

FIND WHAT MOVES YOU. 

You have many options when getting to and around campus.

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Photograph of a man riding bike in a southward direction towards the camera on sidewalk that runs down the middle of "The Oval", and a man riding bike northward on that same sidewalk, away from camera. There are big trees and green grass on either side of the sidewalk. Sunlight is streaming in from the east side between the trees.

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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Photograph of a lady paying for parking at a "Pay-to-Park" station in the Morgan Library parking lot. The Morgan Library can be seen in the background.

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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IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT GAME DAY PARKING

Game day parking information for employees

We know you may have questions about game-day impacts to parking. Regular CSU parking permits purchased for the 2017-18 year are not valid for the six Saturdays that home CSU football games will be held on campus this fall: Aug. 26, Sept. 9, Oct. 14, Oct. 28, Nov. 11, and Nov. 18. All CSU parking inventory including street and metered spaces will be reserved and specially permitted for game attendance parking only and other university allocation (e.g., ADA parking; faculty, staff and students whose jobs require them to be on campus on game days, and student residence hall repark). Faculty and staff who need to be on campus on game days must have a special permit which will require them to park in a designated lot. Special game day permits are issued on an as-needed basis and must be requested in advance from your college dean, department chair, unit head or supervisor. More information about game day on campus is available at http://col.st/ISdGs. On all remaining Saturdays and Sundays, parking on campus is open to the public without a required permit from Parking and Transportation Services or CSU Athletics.

Game day parking information for students

We know you may have questions about game-day impacts to parking. Regular CSU parking permits purchased for the 2017-2018 year are not valid for the six Saturdays that home CSU football games will be held on campus this fall: Aug. 26, Sept. 9, Oct. 14, Oct. 28, Nov. 11, and Nov. 18. All CSU parking inventory including street and metered spaces will be reserved and specially permitted for game attendance parking only and other university allocation (e.g., ADA parking; faculty, staff and students whose jobs require them to be on campus on game days, and student residence hall repark). Students who live off campus who wish to attend the game and park on campus must purchase a single game or season pass parking permit through Athletics (http://col.st/ISdGs). All residence hall students with a current CSU parking permit do not have to obtain a special game day permit, but are required to park in specific lots reserved for them on the six Saturdays a year when the Rams play at the on-campus stadium. More information about where residence hall students should park is available at http://col.st/n2QC5 and a map is available at http://col.st/c5ZUH. More information about the game-day experience is at http://col.st/ISdGs. On all remaining Saturdays and Sundays, parking on campus is open to the public without a required permit from Parking and Transportation Services or CSU Athletics.

CHANGES TO PARKING ON CAMPUS, FEES

What’s new this year, and how are your parking dollars spent?

Did you know that parking in some city neighborhoods requires a permit?

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, visit SOURCE’s Campus Construction and Parking News.

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 parking in one of three ways: buying a permit, paying a meter or paying a fine. Click here for more info.

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 parking garage construction, maintenance of existing parking garages and lots, signs and enforcement.