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UF Lifts Parking Restrictions on Monday, June 22

Whether you have just arrived at your university campus, or you have been there for years, there are some things that you should know about parking. You might be wondering how long parking is available, where the best places to park are, and what to do if you get a parking citation.
Schedule of campus parking restrictions

UF Transportation and Parking Services will begin resuming normal campus operations on Monday, June 22. Parking restrictions will be lifted in all areas except married housing.

To park on campus, vehicles must have a parking permit or ePermit. Parking permits are available for purchase online at gatorparking.com, or at the Parking and Transportation Services office in the Parking and Transportation Building (PATH).


Parking in the center of campus fills up quickly, so only one vehicle may be parked at a time. Only vehicles displaying permits or ePermits are allowed in parking garages. UF Transportation and Parking Services reserves the right to deny access to vehicles without permits.

Parking restrictions in the O’Connell Center garage will be lifted after 5:00 PM on Friday, December 16. Unless otherwise indicated, parking restrictions in the garage will be lifted through the weekend. UF Transportation and Parking Services controls the parking lots surrounding O’Connell Center.

The Schedule of Campus Parking Restrictions can be found online at UF Transportation and Parking Services. It provides a listing of all parking restrictions in each location on campus. Exceptions to parking restrictions will be posted on the website.
Hours of operation

UF parking can be a hassle, but it shouldn’t be if you pay attention to the signage. For the most part, the best place to park is in the vicinity of campus. UF also provides free bus service that links to the surrounding neighborhoods. If you are going to take advantage of these services, be sure to have a valid UF parking decal, and a valid license plate number.

In addition to the usual suspects, UF provides a number of unique parking options. These include daily parking garages, permit-restricted parking areas, and motorcycle and scooter zones. There are also several parking facilities on campus that provide complimentary parking for patients. Some locations also offer valet services. This service is currently unavailable at UF Health Spring Hill locations.

If you are looking for the most convenient way to park on campus, check out the Parking Service’s online map and guide. This provides real-time information about the various parking facilities, including available parking spaces and parking rates. The best time to park is during peak hours, which are from 7:30 am to 4:30 pm, Monday through Friday. UF also provides several buses to transport students and visitors between the parking facilities and the Student Union.
Locations of lots and garages

Floating around the UF campus like a hurricane is no fun for your average Joe or Jane. In an effort to mitigate the plethora of visitors that pass through the hallowed halls of halls, the UF has tasked the city octave to churn out a parking master plan worthy of a sex test. UF’s feisty parking scalawags have a few tricks up their sleeve. Of course, a tad of red hot and green magic is needed to get the job done on time and on budget. The best way to do it is a combination of high tech and high touch.
Appealing a parking citation

Appellants who wish to dispute a parking citation should provide the Parking & Transportation Services with valid evidence. The appeals process is designed to provide an objective review of citations.

The Appeals Committee consists of students, faculty, and staff who review appeals and adjudicate them. The appeals panel may decide to uphold or reduce the original decision. Depending on the type of citation, the appeals panel may excuse the fine.

The Appeals Committee meets once a week. The Appellant will be notified of the hearing date and location. more detail must bring two copies of evidence to the hearing. If the judge asks you to provide further evidence, be prepared to give a detailed account of the alleged parking violation.

Appellants may also request a court hearing if they are dissatisfied with the Appeals Committee’s decision. If the appeal is denied, the Appellant is required to pay the fine.

Appealing a parking citation can be done in person or online. Most cities have official parking websites and apps.


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