Parking Permits

FALL 2020 – SUMMER 2021 (8/17/2020 – 8/20/2021)

Purchasing a Permit

Parking permits may be purchased online, or at the Cashier’s Office (cash or check only), located in Holland Centennial Commons – first floor. For online purchases, checking the Pick Up option and/or purchases after August 9, must be picked up at the Cashier’s Office with proof of receipt.

Beat the lines and have your permit mailed!

Order online between July 1 – August 9 (extended!) and select the Mail option to have your permit mailed to you.

Required:

  • Vehicle license plate* number(s)
  • Vehicle make, model, and color Permit Registration (for in-person cash/check purchases)
  • Dixie ID number (students/faculty/staff)

NOTE: A permit will not be issued until license plate* numbers are submitted, and it is the responsibility of each DSU student and employee to read, understand, and abide by any published regulations by Parking Management.

*For new vehicles – input the temporary license tag number, and contact Parking Management by submitting the Parking Permit Update Form to update your account with license plate number when plates arrive.

*Two (2) license plate numbers registered to the same owner may be linked to one permit, and one (1) hang tag will be provided to alternate between the two vehicles. This allows only one vehicle to be parked on campus at any given time, and the same vehicle may not be assigned to more than one permit at a time.

CAUTION: Unauthorized sharing of the permit will result in citing the vehicle, and such a case will be no defense upon appeal.

Student

Students residing off-campus, including off-campus housing.

Student parking stalls are marked with white pavement striping.

$75.00
+tax & fee

Purchase this permit

Faculty & Staff

Faculty/Staff reserved parking stalls are marked with yellow pavement striping and many have a word stripe at the top of the stall.

White-marked stalls are general overflow.

$75.00
+tax & fee

Purchase this permit

Student/Housing

On-campus student housing residents living in Campus View Suites, Nisson Towers, Abby Apartments, Chancellor Apartments, Dixie View Apartments, or Morgan Apartments.

The Student portion allows for parking in any white-marked (student/general) stall in all lots, and the Housing portion allows for overnight parking in designated housing parking lots only.

$75.00
+tax & fee

Purchase this permit

Economy lots only

Economy lots are marked orange on the parking map.

$35.00
+tax & fee

Purchase this permit

Permit Placement

Hang tag from the rear view mirror with the permit number facing out toward the front windshield. In the case the permit does not fit on the rear view mirror console, or a sunshade is used, the permit may be displayed on the dash or where visible through the front windshield.

NOTE: Failure to display the permit properly will result in citing the vehicle. Such a case will be no defense upon appeal. There are two (2) violations that appear on a citation related to this issue: Failure to Display Permit Properly, and No Parking Permit.

Update Vehicle Information

Purchased a new vehicle and/or no longer using a vehicle associated with your permit? Submit a Parking Permit Update Form. Upon approval, you will be notified via email your account has been updated.

NOTE: It is the responsibility of each DSU employee and student to keep parking registration with Parking Management up to date. Second vehicles must be registered to the same owner.

Replacement Permits

Has your permit been lost or stolen? If found, we will notify you.

Replacement permits can be purchased at the Cashier’s Office (cash or check only) in Holland Centennial Commons – first floor:

  • Faculty/Staff, Student, Student/Housing: $25.00
  • Economy: $20.00

Report lost or Stolen Permit

Why do I have to have a parking permit?

It helps us to distinguish between faculty and staff, students, and visitors, and allows us to enforce the reserved areas and keep them open for those who need them. The permits also allow us to identify individual vehicles for the purpose of providing security to those on campus at any given moment, as well as to provide courtesy services (to notify; those who may accidentally leave their lights on, owners of vehicles who may have rolled out of a parking stall, etc). After printing and shipping, all revenue from the cost of the permit is used to augment the cost of maintenance, control, and enforcement of parking rules and regulations (53B-3-110).