Student applications for C-Lot parking permits being accepted now
Students who will be living at least 1.5 miles from campus may apply for a C-Lot parking permit by clicking here and selecting “apply for a 2015-16 C permit.”
Students will then be required to attach proof of the address. Once approved, the students will receive an email notification that they may purchase a permit either online or in person at the Parking Facilities office. If the purchase is completed online, students have the option to receive the permit via mail or to pick up the permit in person at the Parking Facilities office. Please allow 7-10 business days for mailing. Students living on campus are not eligible for C-Lot permits. Students living in a residence hall who are eligible for a University Residence Parking Permit may apply through the University Residences website.
Faculty/staff parking permits expired Aug. 15; renew permits now
Faculty and staff need to renew their parking permits for the 2015-16 academic year as all regular permits expired on Aug. 15. Display of an expired permit will result in a citation.
In order to receive a new permit, visit the Parking Facilities Account webpage to purchase a new permit as soon as possible. Employees have the option to receive the permit via campus mail or to pick up the permit in person via the Express Line at the Parking Facilities office.
Permits also may be renewed in person at the Parking Facilities office, located at the Purdue West Shopping Plaza. Individuals who renew a parking permit in person will receive their new permit immediately. All permit renewals must be completed either online or in person this year; there will be no mailed renewal forms.
In a change from past years, permits may be renewed for one year only. Pre-tax payroll deductions will still be offered as an option.
For more information, contact Parking Facilities at (765) 494-9497.
Vehicles may not be stored in any parking lot or garage
REMINDER: Vehicles may not be stored in any parking lot or garage for longer than 24 hours without permission from the Parking Facilities Office. Any vehicles in violation of this may be towed at the owner’s expense. Grant St. Garage Changes The Grant Street Garage, located at 120 N. Grant St. a 24/7 pay garage beginning March 2, 2015. The current rates remain the same but apply 24/7 with a maximum of $10 per 24 hour period.
The following garages remain no charge for parking after 5:00PM, Monday through Friday and on weekends; except for home football games a $10 event fee is required to park in Nothwestern Avenue and University Street Parking Garages up to three hours prior to the official game start time:
- Wood Street Garage located at 120 S. Grant St.
- Marsteller St. Garage located at 112 Marsteller St.
- Northwestern Ave. Garage located at 504 Northwestern Ave.
- Harrison St. Garage located at 719 Clinic Dr.
- University St. Garage located at 201 N. University St.
Pedestrian subwalks are available to various buildings from Wood St., Northwestern Ave. and University St. Garages.
H Garage Permits available to any faculty, staff or students for Harrison Street Parking Garage
Any Purdue faculty, staff or student is eligible to purchase a “HG” permit for the Harrison Street Garage located at 719 Clinic Drive. Permits will cost $1,000/year and payroll deduction will be available for faculty and staff. Parking spaces will be reserved 24/7 designated by a “HG” sign and only valid in the Harrison Street Garage. Permits will be available for purchase beginning January 8, 2015 at the Parking Facilities office @ 1404 West State Street during normal office hours Monday-Friday, 7:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Permits will be sold on a first come first served basis with no wait list or reservations.
If you currently hold another permit, you will need to turn it in to receive the HG permit (excluding Residence Hall, Grad House, and Purdue Village permits). Purdue ID is required at time of purchase.
Please contact Parking Facilities at (765) 494-9497 for more information.
Low Emission Vehicle (LEV) Spaces
Parking Facilities has 4 Low Emission Vehicle (LEV) spaces in the Northwestern Parking Garage located at 504 Northwestern Avenue. The spaces are located on level F Black, ground level, north side. Anyone who drives an LEV is eligible to park in the spaces with a valid A permit. To see if your vehicle qualifies click here, LEV list.
Use Discovery Park Lot - Most Reliable "C" Spaces Located In This Lot
A "C" parking lot is available east of the Purdue Village Administration Building (PVAB). This lot is currently serviced at fifteen-minute intervals by the South Campus Bus Loop and at ten-minute intervals by the Gold Bus Loop. An improved access to the lot will allow the buses to enter the lot and board passengers. For a map of the "C" Parking Lot, click here.
Avoid Having Your Vehicle Towed During Athletic Events
Vehicles will be towed at the owner's expense from all lots surrounding the Ross-Ade football stadium, Mackey Arena, and the Intercollegiate Athletic Facility for home football, basketball, and volleyball games. These lots will be signed prior to the events. Vehicles must be moved prior to the times listed below OR AS OTHERWISE POSTED:
Schedules may be found at:
- Football - 7 AM on game days
- Volleyball - 5 PM on weekdays and 3 hours prior to game time on weekends
- Basketball - 5 PM on weekdays and 3 hours prior to game time on weekends