Public Safety: Parking at UP
Display of Permits
A valid permit must be properly registered and displayed in accordance with the University of Portland parking regulations. Parking permits are required for every vehicle coming to the University of Portland Monday through Friday 8am to 4pm. Permits may be obtained from the Department of Public Safety and daily visitor passes may be obtained from the information desk at the Pilot House.
Students, faculty, and staff must show a valid driver’s license, proof of insurance, and vehicle registration when obtaining their parking permit.
Permit Cancellation, Denial or Nonrenewal
The University of Portland may revoke a parking permit or refuse to issue a parking permit with out prior notice. Parking Permits may be revoked, denied, or not renewed for nonpayment of parking fines, multiple violations, or obtaining a permit by false information.
The University issues several different types of parking permits. Each type of permit authorizes the holder to park only in specified parking areas. Parking permits are non-transferable. Types of permits and authorized parking areas are as follows:
Issued to vehicles that are authorized to park in “G,” “carpool,” and reserved.
Parking in the Waldschmidt lot is prohibited.
Bon Appétit employee parking permits restricted to “G” parking.
Issued to students. Authorizes parking in any legal, non-reserved, non-carpool parking space on campus.
Issued to faculty/staff for general parking only. Parking in carpool and reserved is prohibited
Issued to carpool members. Carpool parking is located in designated areas of the main parking lot, and on the main drive between the Pilot House and Waldschmidt Hall (green curbs).
Authorizes parking in Waldschmidt Hall Lot or any area authorized by a “G” permit holder.
Authorizes parking in “reserved parking” in the Waldschmidt Hall parking lot or any area authorized by “A” permits.
“V” Permit and/or Secured Parking Permit
Restricted to Haggerty Hall and Tyson Hall parking in the designated space only — not authorized to park on campus.
DISABLED PARKING INFORMATION
Disabled parking spaces are to be used only by vehicles prominently displaying appropriate identification as described in ORS 811.602. A copy of this statute is available at the Department of Public Safety. Drivers without a disabled parking permit may be cited for stopping or blocking a
disabled parking space which includes the striped spaces adjacent to the disabled space.
PARKING PERMIT FEES
Academic Year Student “G” Permit $100.00
Semester Student “G” Permit $60.00
Secured Parking “V” Permit (Haggerty Hall and Tyson Hall) $200.00
Carpool Permit No Charge
Approved Freshman Exemption $200.00/yr.
Daily Student Permit $5.00 (ea.)
Purchase of a parking permit down not guarantee parking availability and the University does not grant refunds on parking permits purchased.
OFF-CAMPUS PARKING RESTRICTIONS
Students, faculty, staff members, and University service employees (i.e. Barnes & Noble, Bon Appetit) may not park between 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. on school days in 2 designated neighborhood “no parking” sanctuaries as follows: 1) north of Willamette Blvd. and south of N. Princeton Street between N. Olin Avenue and N. Wall Avenue and 2) N. Warren Street and N. Willamette Lane between N. Monteith Avenue and N. Wall Avenue. (See Neighborhood Parking Enforcement Map)
Members of the University of Portland community who live within these two areas should register their vehicles (at no charge) with the Department of Public Safety to avoid being issued a citation for violation of University parking policy. Except for freshman, parking is permitted on city streets west of the main UP campus between N. Portsmouth Avenue and N. Monteith Avenue.
VEHICLES MAY BE BOOTED OR TOWED FOR ANY PARKING VIOLATION WITHOUT WARNING.
TRAFFIC APPEALS BOARDAny parking or traffic citation issued by University public safety officers may be appealed through the University’s traffic appeals board if done so within fourteen (14) calendar days after receipt of the citation. A written notice of appeal must be filed through the Department of Public Safety before the appeals board will hear the appeal.