Residence Parking Maps

 

RP Permits allow the user to parking in parking stalls located in the highlighted areas.

When parking in Residence parking areas, the only distinction you are required to make is whether the stall you have located has a plug-in tower (RP | Plug-in) or not (RN | non-plug).  It will at times be frustrating to find a close parking stall.  Parking your vehicle according to the distinction of your permit in residence parking area's does not always hold the promise that you will be able to park close to your building, you will at times be required to walk.  Vehicles with RP permits parked in RN parking stall can be ticketed.

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RN Permits allow the user to park in parking stalls located in the highlighted areas. 

When parking in Residence parking areas, the only distinction you are required to make is whether the stall you have located has a plug-in tower (RP | Plug-in) or not (RN | non-plug).  It will at times be frustrating to find a close parking stall.  Parking your vehicle according to the distinction of your permit in residence parking area's does not always hold the promise that you will be able to park close to your building, you will at times be required to walk.  Vehicles with RN permits parked in RP parking stall can be ticketed.

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Lot N permits for residents allow the user to park in parking stalls located in the highlighted areas.

When parking in Lot N, the only distinction you are required to make is whether the stall you have located is in a permit stall area.  Parking your vehicle according to the distinction of your permit in Lot N does not promise that you will be able to park close to University Hall, you may be required to walk.  Lot N permits are not valid in pay and park areas, and will be ticketed.

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