Campus Shuttle App
TripShot Rider App is available again in the Google Play Store.
2021-2022 Permit Renewals/Sales Dates
Employee Renewals (keeping same permit and lot)
Renewals start Monday, June 7th – Friday, June 25th
Employee Sales (New Permits)
Sales start Monday, June 28th
Commuter & Law Student Sales
Sales start Tuesday, July 6th
Adjunct Faculty Sales
Sales start Tuesday, July 6th
Resident Student Sales
Sales start Wednesday, July 28th
All renewals begin at 9am on the designated start date.
Parking Rates for Fiscal Year 2022 (FY 2022)
- The FY22 monthly permit rates are to be set rates for FY20. The 10 percent reduction implemented for FY21 will expire for FY22 and there will be no additional increase to the FY20 rate.
- For permit holders that pay monthly, the change will take effect on September 1, 2021.
- For exempt employees, this rate change will be reflected in your October pay.
- For non-exempt employees, the rate change will be reflected in your first pay in October.
- Non-benefitted employees will see the change when paying for parking in September, and thereafter.
- There is no increase in event parking rates in FY 2022. Event parking rates were last increased on July 1, 2018.
- There is no increase in paid visitor parking rates in FY 2022. Paid visitor parking rates last increased on July 1, 2018.
How have parking rates been adjusted through the COVID-19 pandemic?
The parking department implemented several measures to assist the campus community during the pandemic. With many staff and faculty working from home the department understood that flexibility was needed during this unprecedented time.
- FY 20 parking holiday resulted in $228,539 of permit fees refunded
- FY 21 parking holiday extended $231,833 returned
- 10% reduction in parking rates for FY21 reduced costs to the community by as much as $145,916.
Why are parking rates restored to the FY2020 level?
This fall, the University of Denver anticipates returning to pre-pandemic modalities – largely in-person classes for undergraduates and a mix of in-person and online for graduate students. This includes reopening the campus for athletic events and other activities. The Budget Development process approved by the Board of Trustees has restored parking rates to the pre-pandemic level for several reasons. The University continues to pay down the debt incurred from building parking garages. This the largest single expense related to parking. The University parking system consists of more than 5,900 spaces, including 7 parking structures, 60 off-street lots, and other spaces across the campus. The costs for operating and maintenance are significant, and they increase over time because as parking assets age, maintaining them becomes more expensive. The typical annual increase to parking rates applied each year will not be added as to minimize financial impacts to the campus community.
Because of the need to limit the spread of the coronavirus, it is important to reduce the number of human interactions. Parking Services wants you to be aware that we can fully serve our customers without them coming to the Parking office.
The Parking office is open Monday through Friday from 8:30AM - 4:30PM. Contact us by email, mail or phone 303-871-3210.
PLEASE BE AWARE OF THE FOLLOWING:
- Permits can be purchased/paid for online or over the phone using a credit card. If you do not have a credit card then you can still pay your citations via the mail, with a check. There is also a payment drop box ( located next to the west pay station on the first floor of the Evans Structure) where cash or check payments may be left.
- Parking enforcement continues with an emphasis on fire lanes and ADA (handicapped) spaces
- Citations and permits can be purchased/paid for online or over the phone using a credit card. If you do not have a credit card then you can still pay your citations via the mail, with a check. There is also a payment drop box ( located next to the west pay station on the first floor of the Evans Structure) where cash or check payments may be left.
- Appeals MUST be done via email or the website. There is not a need to bring an appeal into the office. If you write an appeal on paper, it can be mailed in.
- Event payments can be paid for over the phone or through the mail.
- Event requests can be submitted on cancelled via email or phone.
- Parking Permit returns can be done via the mail or drop box. Our staff can email you the form or it can be found on our website. Refunds will be accepted through April 15th.
- Lost/Stolen Permit forms can also be emailed or found on the website. These payments can be made over the phone.
- All questions and concerns can best be handled via email.
Annual Bike Registration
Registering your bike assists in recovery in case of theft, and allows owners to be notified if there is a problem with the bike. Registration is free, but requires an annual update so we know that your bike is active on campus. Register at mobility/bicycling. If you have any questions please call us at 303-871-3210 or email email@example.com.
U-lock Enforcement Policy
We want to make you aware that beginning immediately the bicycle U-lock policy will be enforced regularly. This policy can be found on the Campus Safety website, Bicycle Security, and on the Parking and Mobility website, Bicycles . Remember, bicycles should not be locked to handrails, lampposts, or objects other than a bike rack.
As we realize that some of you may not have been aware of this policy we are giving you a grace period of one week to obtain a U-lock and properly secure your bicycle before Winter break. All bicycles left unsecured or improperly secured will be immobilized and/or impounded by the Parking and Mobility Services office.
Bicycles will only be released during our business hours. The Parking and Mobility office is open Monday – Friday from 8:30am until 4:30pm. We are closed all University holidays.
Parking & Mobility Services
2130 S. High St.
Denver, CO 80208
In-Person Office Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30am-4:30pm