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With more than 16,000 students taking classes and many scheduled events for the public, things can get pretty busy at UNF, especially on weekdays. Parking regulations are strictly enforced 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, first for safety and efficiency, but also to respect students, faculty and staff who have purchased annual parking permits.
Enforcement activity is Monday through Thursday from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Friday from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.
No permit is required from 5 p.m. Friday through 7 a.m. Monday unless there is a special event on campus. To verify special events, Master Calendar.
If visiting the University Center for a special event or class, no permit is required to park in Lot 16 (located in front of the center).
Yes to both. The third campus entrance can be accessed from the Central Parkway off of Beach Boulevard. A parking information booth is not stationed there, however if you choose to park in the immediate lot located by this entrance, there is a parking permit dispenser located at several entrances within the lot. This lot is known as Lot 18 and will accept $3 in cash, debit or charge.
Another parking permit dispenser is stationed within Lot 53, located in front of Hicks Hall. Once you purchase the permit from either machine, take note that you are only allowed to park in Lot 18 and 53, not the inner core of campus. Please refer to the campus map, for the location of Lot 18 and 53.
Yes; a one-day temporary parking permit can be issued to the driver of the two-wheeled motorized vehicle parking in any motorcycle spaces on campus. The temporary parking permit will be marked by Parking Services as being valid for a motorcycle and motorcycle parking spaces only.
The individual of the two-wheeled vehicle is responsible for the display of the temporary parking permit as they deem is appropiate as long as it is completely visible to a person standing next to the vehicle. If the valid UNF parking permit is not displayed, the vehicle will be cited for being in violation. The citation is registed to the license tag owner and they must either pay or appeal the citation.
Yes, if you are attending an event during the week and park your vehicle before 8 p.m. Monday through Thursday or before 5 p.m. on Friday, you must purchase a Premium Daily Permit. Refer to the above regarding Premium Daily Permit details. If the special event occurs on Saturday or Sunday, check with your event coordinator to see if a parking permit must be obtained.
You will not need to purchase a Premium Daily Permit, if you have received a valid UNF event guest parking pass from the event organizer via mail or hand delivery.
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