UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH PROCEDURE 04-03-01
SECTION: University Parking
SUBJECT: Parking Rules and Regulations
EFFECTIVE DATE: November 8, 2010 Revised
To define the University Parking Permit application process, and to provide information
about citations, appeals, lost permits, and updating parking information. For complete
parking information refer to the parking website at www.pts.pitt.edu.
This procedure applies to faculty, staff, students, and affiliated personnel parking on
University owned or leased property on or off the Pittsburgh Campus.
III. ADMINISTRATIVE RESPONSIBILITITES
The Director of Parking, Transportation, and Services is responsible for establishing
parking regulations, allocating spaces, and issuing parking permits.
Obtaining Faculty and Staff Parking Permits
Faculty/Staff Member 1. Complete Parking/Waitlist Agreement
2. Determine method of payment.
NOTE: Payment by faculty and staff for parking
permits will be made by monthly payroll deduction.
All others not eligible for payroll deduction must
remit check or money order payable to the
University of Pittsburgh or pay by credit card
(MC, Visa, Discover) for a minimum of one term
(4 months) during the first week of each term.
Changing Parking Information
Faculty/Staff Member 1. Notify Parking Services of any change of permit
b. campus address/email address/phone
d. tag number
Reporting Lost or Stolen Permits
Faculty/Staff Member 1. Report a lost or stolen permit immediately to
Parking Services. A report must be filed with the
Campus Police when a permit is reported stolen.
2. There are fees for lost or stolen University property,
including but not limited to permits, keys, access
cards, and/or transmitters.
3. Any permit reported lost or stolen becomes invalid.
If a lost or stolen permit is found, it must be returned
to Parking Services.
Canceling Faculty and Staff Parking Permits
Faculty/Staff Member 1. Regardless of method of payment; notify Parking
Services of cancellation and return permit.
NOTE: The parking permit payroll deduction is a
current month deduction, i.e., the deduction in
January is payment for January parking. In order to
cancel charges for any month a permit is no longer
needed, the permit must be returned to Parking
Services by the third working day of the cancellation
month. Any advance payments that were made will
be refunded based upon the date the permit is
received by Parking Services.
Obtaining Commuter and Evening Student Parking Permits
Student 1. At the beginning of each term apply for a student
parking permit by presenting the following at Parking
a. vehicle registration card
b. valid University ID Card
2. Present payment of the appropriate fee in cash,
check payable to the University of Pittsburgh, by
credit card (MC, Visa, Discover), or Panther Funds.
NOTE: Student Parking Permits are issued on
a first come, first served basis.
3. A separate brochure, Student Parking at Pitt, is
available in Parking Services and on the website.
Obtaining Resident Student Parking Permits
Student 1. The annual Arrival kit includes a parking application
for resident students. Call Parking Services for
details or check the website (www.pts.pitt.edu).
Appealing a Ticket
Appellant 1. Appeals must be received at Parking Services
within ten days after ticket issuance.
2. Appeals may be submitted by fax, email, regular mail,
or by phone. Check the website (www.pts.pitt.edu)
for additional information.
3. Complete Parking Appeals form (Exhibit A)
mailing or faxing appeal. If using phone or email,
please provide the requested information.
Exhibit A - Appeals Form (http://www.pts.pitt.edu/parking/AppealForm.pdf)
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