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Policies, Rules, and Regulations

It is the responsibility of those who choose to drive and park at Boise State University to read and fully understand these regulations. Those vehicles found in violation may be cited, fined, towed, and/or impounded.

It is the responsibility of all individuals who operate or maintain vehicles on Boise State University’s campus to be aware of the regulations expressed herein and to abide by them. The action of any individual operating a vehicle on campus is deemed to be conclusive evidence of his or her acceptance of these regulations and willingness to abide by them.

Details about Policies, Rules, and Regulations

General Rules and Regulations

  • Campus parking regulations are in effect and enforced 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Noncompliance with parking rules can result in a vehicle being cited, fined, impounded, or towed.
  • Before arriving on campus, review the Parking Zone Map and familiarize yourself with where you can park and give yourself ample time to get to your destination.
  • Each vehicle license plate must be registered to your parking account and the vehicle must display a valid parking permit in order to allow permit permissions to park on campus. A citation may be issued if either a vehicle license plate is not registered to a parking account or the vehicle does not have an active valid permit displayed.
  • Your parking permit permissions are only valid for vehicles registered on your parking account. Update any vehicle changes in your account before parking on campus.
  • A permit allows you to park in the approved zone lots based upon availability. There are no assigned lots or spaces.
  • Parking permit permissions cannot be sold, loaned, duplicated, traded or otherwise transferred to others; this will invalidate the permit.
  • Student Residents may only purchase and use Resident permits.
  • On-campus overnight parking is restricted to those with a valid Resident Zone permit and in the specified residential zones.
  • Permit holders are responsible for updating contact information in their university account.
  • Any unavoidable parking circumstances need to be reported to our Transit Center before leaving your vehicle.
  • On-campus motorcycle parking requires a specific motorcycle permit and is restricted to posted motorcycle stalls.
  • License Plate Recognition (LPR) Program: Boise State Public Safety License Plate Recognition Program
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Summer Parking

Summer Parking

  • Parking rules and regulations are in effect year-round, and permits or payment are required for use of University parking facilities.
  • Permit holders may be asked not to park in the Boise State lots when an event or maintenance is scheduled.
  • Permits reach their summer pricing schedule at the midpoint of the spring semester.

Evening/Weekend Parking Permit for Students

Student Evening/Weekend Parking Permit

日本一本道a不卡免费A permit developed for students taking only evening and/or weekend classes. This permit allows for parking in any Reserve or Commuter zone after 4 p.m. until midnight on weekdays, and all day until midnight on weekends.

Towing and Impound Regulations

日本一本道a不卡免费Signs posted at all lots and designated reserved spaces constitute notice that parking is controlled by these regulations. Parking in violation of these regulations will result in impoundment and/or towing of the vehicle. If the vehicle is towed, the vehicle will be released only after payment of the towing service charge and storage fee. Photo ID and proof of ownership are required.

Impound boots will be removed with payment in full of all outstanding parking fines, paid to Boise State Transportation & Parking Services. Fines not paid by 5:30 p.m. (4:30 pm during Summer office hours), the day the vehicle is booted, will result in the vehicle being towed off campus.

Questions and Concerns

Questions may be directed to the department at (208) 426-7275, or Contact Us.

Comments, complaints, suggestions or recommendations concerning the parking program should be submitted, in writing, to your Parking Committee Representative or may be dropped off at the Transportation & Parking Services office to be forwarded to the appropriate person. Parking Committee Representatives will present comments to the Transportation & Parking Advisory Committee, an advisory board consisting of representatives from Boise City and the campus community. The committee, in turn, studies campus transportation and parking issues and reviews relevant research before making recommendations to the University Administration, who make regulation changes. Suggestions for improving service are always welcome.