All vehicle operators must display a parking permit on their vehicle when parking in designated parking areas. Hurlburt Center location does not require permits.
- Semester Permits are $25 each and are valid to the end of the designated semester
- Annual Permits are $60 and are valid from fall term to end of summer term
- Each vehicle must be registered under student’s online account
- Permits may only be used for registered vehicles
- Parking is permitted in designated areas only:
- Student Parking – White Lines
- Faculty/Staff Parking – Yellow Lines
- Disabled Person Parking – Blue Lines
- Visitor Parking – Green Lines
I’m only parking on campus for the day. Can I get a temporary parking pass?
Temporary parking permits are available free of charge. Temporary permit must be placed on the driver side dashboard of the vehicle. Temporary permits can be requested online or acquired by visiting your local ID card office and are valid until indicated date.
Where do I display my permit?
Hang tag permits should be displayed in your rear view mirror. If you drive a motorcycle, place the decal on the ride side of the front fork. If you are a visitor and parking only temporarily, place the permit in your driver’s side dash. You may also place your permit here if the pass does not fit your rear view mirror. The permit must be visible from the outside.
You have 30 days from date of citation to file an appeal. You can appeal a citation by visiting the PermitSales site.
The Student Traffic Court convenes, as needed, to adjudicate appeals of parking violations for students. After traffic court deliberation, results are emailed to your registered email.
Common Reasons for Unsuccessful Appeals
Running late for class, being “unaware” of parking rules, forgetting to display your permit, following the parking patterns of other vehicles, or never having received a ticket in the past are typically invalid reasons for appealing a ticket.
Financial holds are placed on student account for all unpaid citations. Financial holds prevent registration and the release of records.
- Manage a citation
- Parked across parking lines (vehicle tires parked on or over parking line in a manner that impedes parking in adjacent space)
- Parked in no-parking zone
- Parked in non-designated parking area (e.g. loading or unloading zone)
- Parked on walks or grounds
- Parked in designated space without proper permit (e.g. student parked in a faculty space, non-visitor parked in a visitor space)
- Parked in disabled parking (+ tow-away infraction)
- It is unlawful for any person to stop, stand, or park a vehicle within, or to obstruct, any such specially designated and marked parking space provided in accordance with s. 553.5041, unless the vehicle displays a disabled parking permit issued under s. 316.1958 or s. 320.0848 or a license plate issued under s. 320.084, s. 320.0842, s. 320.0843, or s. 320.0845, and the vehicle is transporting the person to whom the displayed permit is issued. Vehicle will be towed at owner’s expense.
- Double parked (vehicle is parked alongside another vehicle already parked at a curb)
- No valid permit displayed
- Immobilization (vehicle has outstanding citation fees from various violation(s) previously issued)
- Permit not registered to vehicle
- Obstructing a drive, fire hydrant or fire lane
- Obstructing other vehicles
- Forged permit (e.g. photocopy, picture of, etc.)
A $25 citation fee will be issued for the following parking violations
A $50 citation fee, in addition to immobilization, will be issued for the following parking citations