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Department Permits

A Delivery permit is a short-term parking option for customers making deliveries on campus. Delivery permits are available at either of the two campus kiosks. For those who have a valid Red, Blue or Gold permit, the Delivery parking permit is complimentary.  For customers without a valid parking permit, there is a $2 fee for a Delivery permit. The short term Delivery permit must be displayed on the automobile dashboard.

Delivery permits:

  • Are valid in Delivery spaces only and any unreserved spaces in Red and Blue lots.
  • Expire 35 minutes after time printed. The expiration time is displayed on the permit.

Departments have options when it comes to issuing guest permits. If planning for special events, conferences, symposiums, and other such large events on campus you must first contact Event Parking Services for parking and permit information.

Your guests can self-purchase their own parking permits, or the department can purchase daily or multi-day permits for guests via the campus recharge system. As there are no longer physical parking permits, multiple quantities may not be purchased for distribution in advance. Guest parking permit options are provided below.

Hourly Parking Options

  1. Guest self-purchase at Dispenser - Lots 4, 6, 10,14, 20, 24, A-I, and Big Springs 1.
  2. Guest self-purchase from Parkmobile - Lots 4, 6, 10, 14, 25, A-I, Big Springs 1, and Pentland Way.

Single Day Parking Options

  1. Guest self-purchase at Dispenser - Lot Specific (Lots 20, 23, 24, 26, 30, 32, 50)
  2. Guest self-purchase from Parkmobile - Lot Specific as available
  3. Guest self-purchase at Information Kiosk - Gold Lot Specific
  4. Department recharge to TAPS-KIOSK

Multi-Day Parking options (2 or more days)

  1. Guest self-purchase in person at Parking Services Office
  2. Guest self-purchase by calling Parking Services at (951) 827-8277
  3. Guest self-purchase daily permit at dispenser - Lot 23 Specific (2-day only)
  4. Department recharge to TAPS-PRMT

Please note that a department may not, at any time, purchase a parking permit with university funds for use by any employee (faculty or staff) of the University.

VIP's of the University visiting the campus infrequently may be eligible for a VIP Permit. VIP permits are issued on a case by case basis and renewed annually. Most times VIP permits are issued to local, state and county officials, donors, or distinguished guests conducting business with and for the University.

The VIP Permit cannot be issued to or used by an employee (faculty or staff) of the University.

VIP permits are issued annually and the department is recharged for the full cost of the parking permit. To find out more about how a department obtains a VIP parking permit contact Parking Services at (951) 827-8277.

In order to purchase parking permits via the recharge system, you must be an authorized recharge system user.

Recharge Process for Single Day Permits (TAPS-KIOSK):

The following information will be required:

  • Parking Location
  • Arrival Date and Time
  • Event Location
  • Guest Name(s) - up to 15 maximum are allowed
  • Vehicle License Plate(s) - if requesting to bypass Information Kiosk

Guests should be directed to either Information Kiosk to acquire their daily parking permit. They will be given a receipt and a map to their destination if needed. Departments are charged the parking fees at the time the permit is issued. You will not be charged for no-shows.

Upon request, departments can elect to have their guests bypass the Information Kiosk and go directly to their approved parking location. However, this requires the vehicle's license plate at the time of the permit request/order. These permits will be charged at the time of reservation regardless of use. No refunds will be issued. This option is best used outside of staffed Information Kiosk service hours.

Recharge Process for Multi-Day permits (TAPS-PRMT):

The following information will be required:

  • Permit Type
  • Number of Permits
  • Start and End Date of Permits
  • Vehicle License Plate(s)
  • Guest Name(s)
  • Reason for use of UC Funds

Guests will be assigned a specific lot and can go directly to their approved parking location.

Please note that a department may not, at any time, purchase a parking permit with university funds for use by any employee (faculty or staff) of the University.