Parking at UCF What do I need to know? What are my costs? Where does my money go? What’s this about parking permits? When and where do I need a permit? Permits are required every where on campus at all times. Exceptions are metered spaces if meter is paid. How do I obtain a permit? Decals and Hangtags must be ordered online at www.parking.ucf.edu Please have a License plate and PID ready. Daily permits may be obtained from pass machines located in student lots or from the visitors booth for $5.00. What if… What if I drive a different car than the one with my permit? A temporary permit may be obtained from the Parking Services office. Please have temporary license plate number. What if I need a new permit for my new car? Peel the old decal off and bring it to the office and a new one will be issued for $8.00. If the car is traded in and decal was not removed – Just bring transfer of tag papers. If issued new tag then the trade in paper work would be another option. Where can I park? Parking Permits: A student permit may only be used in any GREEN lot or parking garage. Students may park in BLUE staff lots or RED faculty lots AFTER 5:30 p.m. unless otherwise posted. Only students with an ORANGE residential permit may park in Academic Village or Lake Claire lots at any time and may also be used in any GREEN lot or parking garage. Students may NEVER park in a “RESERVED 24 HOUR” space. Doing so may result in a $50 fine and your vehicle being towed. Daily Permits: Same as student permit. Must place face up on the dash with Expiration date visible or a citation will be received. How much do they cost? Student Decal Hang tang Residents Decal Hang tag 1 $40 $57 1 $57 $116 Semester Semester 3 $76 $116 3 $87 $172 Semester Semester What is my money paying for? Vehicular Assistance: Battery jumps Flat tires Door openings S.E.P.S. Shuttle Services Construction & Operating cost: The fifth parking garage cost nearly $15 million dollars to build. Parking Services incurs $6.3 million a year in expenses, including salaries, maintenance, operation and bond payments. Parking Services is completely self supporting and receives no state funding. I received a ticket what now? How can I pay my ticket? Bring it to the Parking Services office. CASH, CHECK, or CREDIT CARD. Drop payment in payment boxes located around campus. “CHECKS ONLY!” Pay online or over phone. Must have license plate, citation, and credit card number available. What if I don’t pay my tickets? After 7 business days a $10 late fee will be assessed. UCF records will go on hold – preventing class registration or acquisition of transcripts. Continued failure to pay tickets will result in vehicular immobilization. Can I appeal my ticket? All appeals must be made online at www.parking.ucf.edu. I have further questions… Please don’t hesitate to stop by the office or call 407-823-5812 Office Hours: Monday – Thursday 7:30 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. Friday 7:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. More information may also be found online at www.parking.ucf.edu WELCOME ABOARD!
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