Visitor Parking Registration
Short-Term Visitor Parking (48 hours or less; 72 hours on weekends)
- Individuals shall obtain a visitor day pass from University Police, Health Center (Building #37 on the campus map); or Student Accounts, Kehoe 101 (Building #3 on the campus map) for short-term parking. Vehicle registration and photo ID are required. Authorized Agents also disburse visitor days passes to short-term visitors for high traffic offices (clinics), interviewees, etc.
- Vendors that conduct business on campus for a term of 48 hours or less, and fewer than 4 times per year, are classified as visitors.
- Small Department Events or Meetings of 10 or more invited guests require a bulk visitor parking permit to be preapproved by the UPD Parking Manager.
- Large Public Events shall have designated visitor parking areas for parking without a permit, preapproved by the UPD Parking Manager, upon request by an event organizer, as outlined in the Event Organizer Visitor Parking Guidelines.
Long-Term Visitor Parking (in excess of 48 hours; 72 hours on weekends)
Must be authorized by the UPD Parking Manager. Effective January 2018, visitor long-term parking in excess of 48 hours (72 hours on weekends) will require the purchase of a visitor parking permit. Any long-term guest of a student requires Housing Office authorization. Long-term visitors should follow hang tag guidelines.
Individuals that are NOT considered visitors include:
- Vendors that frequently conduct business on campus
- Construction contractors
- Delivery vehicles, including food vendors that deliver to residences
- Spouse/partner that utilizes a campus facility (i.e. campus gym)
- Certified volunteers, including, but not limited to, Literacy Volunteers, Docents, etc.
Advance Parking Registration for Invited Guests
A department may advance register an invited guest for a visitor parking day pass upon the written submission of the guest’s name, plate #, and dates of visit to firstname.lastname@example.org at least 24 hours prior. Please note that UPD Parking Office does NOT email, or mail, day passes to visitors.
Where appropriate, a department may request Authorized Agent status to disburse visitor day passes directly from the department due to high visitor volume.
Handicap Parking for Persons with Disabling Conditions
Upon the display of a visitor parking permit and handicap parking placard (or license plate), a visitor with a permanent disabling condition may parking in handicapped parking areas.
Authorized Visitor Lots
Visitor parking permits shall authorize parking in any regular space (defined by two white lines) in any lot, except restricted lots P24 and P29 on the campus map. Lots most accessible to visitors during business hours, Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., include: Lot 4-REDCAY (behind Redcay Hall), Lot 11/12-MYERS (adjacent to Myers Fine Arts), LOT 27/28-BANKS (behind ACC and Feinberg Library), and Lot 20/21-SIBLEY (back of building).
[Memo: 2017_P0731G_VISITOR PARKING GUIDELINES_EFFECTIVE AUGUST 2017]
For more information about parking at SUNY Plattsburgh, please contact:
SUNY Plattsburgh University Police Parking Office
101 Broad Street (Health Center)
Direct all parking inquiries to: email@example.com