Spring parking permits for students and employees are currently open. These may be purchased at myparking.utoledo.edu or through the parking app.
Spring semester parking permits must be purchased by the last day to add or drop classes for the semester, which is Monday, Jan. 22. After that date, vehicles without a parking permit will be ticketed. Jan. 22 also is the deadline to cancel a permit and receive a refund.
“For the convenience of drivers, the University has a free app for IOS and Android devices so you can easily manage your parking account 24/7 from your cell phone or other smart device,” said Sherri Kaspar, manager for public safety services.
Parking Services’ web pages contain all the information you need to purchase a permit and park on campus, including parking procedure details, where you can park with your specific permit type, and frequently asked questions.
“As a reminder, if you need to change the vehicle you drive to campus at any time during the semester, you need to update your license plate number and vehicle information for your permit online before parking that day in order to avoid a ticket,” Kaspar advised.
Citations received for unregistered vehicles may not be appealed if there is no active permit registration on the account. Additionally, violations for “expired meter” and “illegally parked in a reserved space/area” are non-appealable offenses.
Guest permits for family and friends who visit on weekdays are readily available at guestparking.utoledo.edu. All vehicles parked on campus need to have a permit or use metered parking spaces.
Once you review the information at myparking.utoledo.edu, any additional questions may be sent to email@example.com, or visit the Transportation Center or call 419.530.4100 during normal business hours.