FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

  • Where can I park overnight?
  • I want to appeal a ticket but I need to register for classes and the ticket is preventing me from registering.
  • What do I need to buy a parking permit?
  • Where can I buy a parking permit?
  • Are the parking regulations and parking meters in effect during campus breaks and on holidays?
  • If a friend comes to visit me at my residence hall this weekend does (s)he need to have a parking permit?
  • Are permit refunds available?
  • If I am parked far away from my car at night, are there safety measures I can utilize?
  • My permit was stolen. What can I do to get a replacement?
  • I have a parking permit but I forgot to hang it on my mirror and I received a ticket, what can I do?
  • I have a parking permit, but I left it at home and need a permit for today, what should I do?
  • My car is in for repairs and I need to bring another car on campus. What shall I do?
  • I am an employee represented by a bargaining unit. I have a hangtag but I have just bought a new car. What do I need to do to park on campus?
  • What do I need to do if I need to unload something and I need to park near a building or my residence hall?
  • I was a visitor to the campus and was not aware that I needed a permit to park. I received a ticket for not having a University parking permit. What can I do?
  • How do I pay a ticket?

Where can I park overnight?

With a valid permit you may park your vehicle overnight all year long in Lot E1, Lot H, Lot I, Lot M1, Lot N, Lot O1, Lot O2, Lot R, Lot S1, Lot S2, Lot S3, Lot T1, Lot X, Lot Y1, Lot Y3, Lot Y4, Lot Y5, Lot ZZ north, and Lot ZZ south. Between March 30th and November 15th, you may also park overnight in Lot F, Lot F1, Lot F2, Lot G, Lot M2, Lot M3, Lot M4, Lot V, Lot Y2, and Lot Z.

Without a valid permit you may park in the Parking Garage (hourly and daily rates apply). Between March 30th and November 15th, you may also park overnight Lot W - the Visitor's Paid Lot (hourly and daily rates apply.

See the campus map for locations of these lots.

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I want to appeal a ticket but I need to register for classes (or get a transcript) and the ticket is preventing me from registering (or getting a transcript).

Appeals must be submitted within 30 days from the date of the ticket. You can pay your ticket and still proceed with both steps of the appeals process. The Parking Appeals Committee does not know if the ticket has been paid and payment will not affect the decision. If the ticket is waived by the Parking Appeals Committee at either the written or personal appeal level, a refund in the amount that you paid will automatically be issued to you or will be applied to any remaining amount you owe the University.

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What do I need to buy a parking permit?

You will need to produce your vehicle registration so that we can verify the registered owner and license plate number. Also, you should know your Binghamton University identification number (B-number). See Purchase Permits.

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Where can I buy a parking permit?

You may purchase a parking permit on-line, in person at the Parking Services Office (AD G-8), or at the Information Booth on Bartle Drive. See Purchase Permits.

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Last Updated: 1/9/14