Parking Services

The pay to park requirement returned on 9/27/21.

Evergreen students, staff and faculty can purchase parking permits, pay tickets, and appeal citations via our Parking Services Customer Portal.

Community members and visitors can purchase parking permits, pay tickets, and appeal citations via our Community Member Parking Services Portal.

 

Parking permits are required Monday through Friday, 7 am – 9 pm, year round for all vehicles and motorcycles parking on campus. There is no charge to park on Saturdays or Sundays, however, all other parking rules apply during weekends and on holidays.

Parking Permits

Parking Services is implementing a Pay-By-Plate system. Purchase your parking permit and register your vehicle's plate number. Once registered, vehicles parking on campus will no longer have a parking decal to indicate parking privileges. Parking privileges are identified by license plates, rather than a physical decal or parking pass. Hourly or daily parking permits can be purchased at the Parking Payment Kiosks located in Lot B, Lot C, and Lot F and vehicles will be identified by license plate too.

No Permit? Purchase a 2 Hour or Day Permit

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Parking Payment Kiosk

Parking Payment Kiosks accept credit cards, coins, and bills (no change given) and are located on the sidewalks in Lot B and Lot C as you walk towards the campus core as well as the entrance to Lot F.

- Push the green "START" Button.
- Touch the "2 HOUR" or "DAILY" Parking.
- Enter your vehicle license plate number and touch "NEXT".
- Insert payment (Coins, Bills, or Card).
- Confirm details and touch "NEXT".
- Enjoy your visit to campus. You do not need to display the receipt on your vehicle dashboard. Enforcement is done by license plate number.

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The Parking Services Office is located in the Seminar I Building, 3rd floor. At the Parking Services office you can obtain a parking clearance when you need special permission to park near a building; purchase quarterly, academic, and annual permits; arrange guest parking; find out about alternative transportation programs, and more.