University of California, Riverside

Transportation & Parking Services



Parking Permits


Parking Permits

PURCHASING A PERMIT?  
We recommend selecting the PICKUP option for permits purchased online. 

2014-2015 Campus Apartment and Canyon Crest Family Housing Permits

2014-2015 Annual Housing Permits for continuing residents of Campus Apartments (Bannockburn, Falkirk, Oban, University Plaza and Glen Mor) and Canyon Crest Family Housing that were purchased online are available for pickup at the Transportation and Parking Services office.  If you still need to purchase a permit, you may purchase one at our office.

2014-2015 Academic Year permits that were purchased online will be available for pick up on Check-In day, September 12 (Campus Apartments) or September 19 (Glen Mor). After these dates, permits will be available for pick up at the Transportation and Parking Services office.

Summer Session Gold Commuter Permits On Sale Now

Summer Session Gold commuter permits are available for purchase online via the Parking Account CenterNo temporary printable permits will be available for Summer Session permits.

If you select MAILING for your delivery option, your permit will be mailed on the next business day.  Please allow 7-10 business days for delivery.  We recommend the PICKUP option.

If you select PICKUP for your delivery option your permit will be available the next business day at the Parking Services building.  Parking Services is located on campus at 683 Linden Street.  Office hours are Monday - Friday, 8 AM - 4 PM.

Campus Apartments Fall 2014 Check-Ins

Parking permits for Fall 2014 check-ins for Bannockburn, Falkirk, Glen Mor, Oban and University Plaza will be available for purchase online August 18th - August 29th. Campus apartment permits purchased during this time period will be available for pickup on September 12 (Bannockburn, Falkirk, Oban and University Plaza) or September 19 (Glen Mor) at your designated Check-In Day location. After Check-In Day, you may purchase your permit at the Transportation and Parking Services office.

Residence Halls Fall 2014 Move-Ins

Parking permits for Fall 2014 Residence Hall move-ins will be available for purchase online September 8th - September 19th. Residence Hall parking permits are available on a first come, first served basis. Residence hall permits purchased during this time period will be available for pickup on September 28th at your designated Move-In Day location. If permits sell out, you may add yourself to a waiting list through our online parking account center.

Have you checked out the Alternative Transportation Programs available to UCR Students, Faculty and Staff?

Find out about ridesharing, carpools, vanpools, RTA UPASS, bicycle licensing, and more in our alternative transportation pages.

Permit Requirements

  • ALL motorized vehicles must display a valid UCR parking permit when parking on UCR property. Short-term, 2-hour visitor parking is available in lot spaces designated as Pay-By-Space or Dispenser parking.
  • Permits for students, faculty and staff are lot specific. Lot entrance signs will display the appropriate permit required in each lot.
  • Permits must be properly displayed:
    • Clearly visible through the vehicle's front windshield
    • Motorcycle and Moped permits should be clearly visible with placement on the vehicle's front, right shock.
    • Permit Number and Expiration Date clearly visible to Parking Enforcement Officers through the front windshield (or front, right shock for Motorcycles and Mopeds).

Parking Permits are the property of the University and:

  • are for use by the registered permit holder only;
  • are non-transferable;
  • may not be resold;
  • may not be altered.

Parking on campus is viewed as a privilege and as such Transportation and Parking Services reserves the right to refuse, revoke or deny parking privileges. The University assumes no responsibility for any vehicle or its contents while being operated or parked on UC Riverside property. Parking regulations may change without notice if deemed necessary.

  • Leave your car at home. Enjoy the ease and convenience of UCR’s public transit program.
  • Use alternative transportation (Vanpool, Carpool, Bike, or Bus). Incentives are available!
  • Avoid the crowds. Purchase your permit through our secure web portal. Order your parking permit early enough for it to arrive in the mail, before you need it.
  • Give yourself plenty of time to park and walk to your campus destination. We suggest arriving 30 minutes prior to your scheduled class time or appointment.
  • Avoid inner campus roads at peak commute hours. Campus Drive becomes congested, particularly during class changes.
  • Review the posted lot entrance signs before you park to ensure your permit is valid in that lot.
  • Park head-in and within the lines at the correct angle allowing other drivers parking vehicles next to you adequate space to exit and enter their vehicle.
  • LEAVE YOUR VEHICLE SECURE. The University is not responsible for parking lot theft. Lock your vehicle. Keep valuables locked in your vehicle trunk or take them with you. Report any supicious behavior of individuals or supicious vehicles.
  • Check our website or follow us on twitter for updates on parking lots and road conditions.

More Information 

General Campus Information

University of California, Riverside
900 University Ave.
Riverside, CA 92521
Tel: (951) 827-1012

Department Information

Transportation & Parking Services
683 Linden Street

Tel: (951) 827-8277
Fax: (951) 827-2178
E-mail: parking@ucr.edu

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