University of Toledo staff may register for a parking permit beginning Monday, Aug. 6, and faculty starting Monday, Aug. 13, by visiting the myUT portal or myparking.utoledo.edu.
Registration should occur by Saturday, Sept. 1, because enforcement for permit registration will begin Monday, Sept. 3.
New this academic year is a continuous parking permit registration that will no longer require most employees to register annually. This continuous registration is applicable for full- and part-time, 12- and nine-month faculty and staff; however, it does not include students and affiliates, nor faculty working at UT on a semester basis.
“This new continuous parking permit registration option, available using pre-tax dollars through automatic payroll deductions, will enable most of our faculty and staff to register their vehicle only one more time with the University,” said Sherri Kaspar, director of parking and transportation.
“When their employment ends with UT, these payroll deductions will automatically end when paychecks cease. We’re hoping this will be a nice convenience for many of our stakeholders,” Kaspar added.
When you register for parking, select one of two payment options: automatic payroll deductions (using pre-tax dollars) for a continuous parking permit registration, or a lump sum payment using a credit card. The latter option does not use pre-tax dollars and will require you to renew your permit registration annually.
Regardless of your permit type or payment choice, you must update your parking permit (via the myparking app or website) whenever you change vehicles, whether for a particular day or if you purchase a new vehicle. Review instructions and information provided at myparking.utoledo.edu.
Any questions may be sent to email@example.com.