Parking and Transportation Services

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What's New? 

To further advance our goal to improve parking operations and services and continually respond to feedback, additional changes and enhancements have been made for the 2019-20 fiscal year. These changes include new programs, procedures and software that will benefit students, faculty, staff and guests.  


Registered UToledo permit holders may park in most lots after 4 p.m. to 8 a.m. Monday through Friday. UToledo parking permits are still required to park on campus.

Exceptions Include: 
  • Reserved, disabled and metered spaces, enforced 24/7; 
  • Lot 14 and 27C; 
  • Lot 25N and 27A (no overnight parking from 1 to 6 a.m.); and
  • Patient lots.


The streamlined appeal process will improve response time and enhance customer service. See details below:

  • All parking violations must be paid or appealed within ten (10) calendar days from the date of issuance.
  • A $10 late fee will be applied if payment is not received within ten (10) calendar days of issue or notification date
  • Second appeals will be eliminated, improving UToledo's response time.
  • A Ticket Forgiveness program has been established for first-eligible violations, when appealed
  • Delayed payment of 30+ days from the issue or notification date may result in additional fees, and notification sent to UToledo Collections Department.
  • Illegally parked in disabled space
  • Illegally parked in reserved space or lot
  • Unauthorized access to restricted areas
  • Parked in a  fire lane
  • Failure to register vehicle
  • Parked or driving on grass or landscaped area
  • Parked or driving on sidewalk
  • Parked on crosswalk or curb-cut
  • Parked in roadway
  • Parked in a no-parking or tow-away zone
  • Parked in expired metered/zoned space 
Ticket Forgiveness Program

The Ticket Forgiveness Program is designed to educate the UToledo community on parking policies and procedures to minimize future violations for students, faculty and staff. It is a self-directed online education opportunity that allows any active student, employee or affiliate to waive their first appeal for an eligible violation for the academic year (August - July.)

eligible violations include:
  • Failure to register for a UToledo parking permit.
  • Failure to update parking registration with correct information.
  • Failure to observe posted parking restrictions (parking outside of permit limits).
  • View of license plate obstructed (license plate not facing drive aisle).  
  • Failure to update: $10
  • Illegally parked in a reserved space/lot: $100
  • Unauthorized Access: $100


Effective for the 2019-20 academic year, student rates will remain the same. There will be a minimal annual parking fee increase for general faculty and staff permit types. To see all affected permit types and rates, see chart below. 




A Employee $165 $6.35
A 2nd Shift $165 $6.35
A 9-Month Employee $165 $8.69
A UTPPA  $165 $6.35
A Campus Affiliate Annual $165 N/A
A Campus Affiliate Semester $65 N/A
A Semester Faculty $65 $8.12
E Reserved** $800 $30.77
G Medical Doctor $385 $14.81
**Includes Student E Reserved    

Student rates will remain the same for academic year 2019 to 2020. 

Student Rate:
  • $125 per semester
  • $100 Residential Freshman - Scott Park
  • All student permits are charged directly to the student's e-statement

Please Note: The E-Executive permit has been discontinued. These employees may opt to upgrade to the E-Reserved or purchase an A Employee permit.


The guest parking daily rate is $5 and the permit can be purchased at Daily permits purchased by a guest allows them to park in C lots within a white-lined space. This permit cannot be used to park in metered spaces, which require a separate payment. 


All vehicles parked on a University campus will be assessed a $5 parking fee. There are two payment options for department guests while visiting a UToledo campus. The department may elect to cover the cost of the guest permit or advise the guest to purchase a permit at When a permit is purchased by the guest, the guest will receive a C permit. When the permit is purchased by the department, the guest will receive an A permit. For more information regarding lot types, please click here

Affiliate Communication

It is the goal of parking services to communicate with all customers in a prompt and efficient manner. Affiliates are required to provide their email address when purchasing a parking permit. All communications regarding parking will be sent via the provided email address during active affiliation. 

New Technology

Park Mobile

Park Mobile is a new parking app, currently used in downtown Toledo and by many cities across the U.S., enabling drivers to more easily pay for metered parking on their smart device (or by calling a phone number). Coming spring 2020, the Park Mobile offerings will be expanded. Click here to learn more. 

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Parking management system 

An enhanced parking management system will be implemented over the next academic year. It will expand the functionality across our campuses and improve customer service. 



Last Updated: 9/12/19