Parking and Transportation Services (PTS) has been working through details for fall parking with options to help serve faculty and staff returning to campus full time as well as those who may be engaging in a hybrid work arrangement for the pilot Fiscal Year (FY) 21-22.
All university garages require either an active permit or payment when exiting, and parking meters are active. All other parking such as surface lots also require a permit. Active permits or payments will continue to be required in the fall for anyone parking on campus. Below are flexible parking and transportation options to help employees determine what options will work best for them.
If You Are Only Parking Occasionally This Fall
On July 13, PTS will launch the new Occasional Parking Program for Employees as a low-cost parking alternative for staff and faculty who need occasional access to the university garages. For just $5 per day, staff and faculty can access participating garages with the ability to enter and exit the garage throughout the day at no additional cost. This program offers the opportunity for substantial discounts from the regular garage daily rate. This option is ideal for those who will be parking in garages fewer than three times per week.
If You Do NOT Need a Permit This Fall But May Need One For FY 22-23
If you had an F permit as of March 13, 2020, and will not need one this fall but may need one for FY 22-23, PTS has identified a new flexible option to retain your spot in your previous parking location. To retain your spot without incurring an annual permit cost, enroll in the Occasional Parking Program for Employees by purchasing $10 worth of Occasional Parking credits by September 30, 2021. Beginning July 13, these credits can be purchased through My Parking Profile and used to park in participating garages.
After the initial $10 purchase, there is no obligation to continue using Occasional Parking credits to retain your spot and have a renewal option for FY 22-23. The final opportunity to renew your permit will be for FY 22-23. If you do not renew your permit for FY 22-23, you will be removed from the list and your spot will become available to other parkers.
If You Need a Permit This Fall
Active FY 20-21 permits expire August 17, 2021. You cannot park on campus or access a garage using your FY 20-21 permit beyond this date until you renew. FY 21-22 permit holders will not need to enroll in the Occasional Parking Program for Employees to retain their space and have a renewal option for FY 22-23.
Parking Permit Renewals and Dates
For those who have a current permit or had a permit as of March 13, 2020, we will be sending out emails to renew your permits as follows:
- F01-F05 (Brazos Garage, Manor Garage, San Antonio Garage, San Jacinto Garage, 27th Street Garage): Permit renewals open July 13
- F06-F09, F0W-F0Z (Conference Center Garage, East Campus Garage, Guadalupe Garage, Health Center Garage, Rowling Hall Garage, Speedway Garage, Trinity Garage): Permit renewals open July 15
- F11-F99 (surface lot parking): Permit renewals open July 19
- A, AN, AN+, D, D+, M, N, and N+ (surface lot parking, ADA parking, Motorcycle parking): Permit renewals open August 1
F permits: The deadline to renew your permit for the fall is August 31. If you miss the renewal deadline for a location that is not waitlisted, you can still purchase the permit after the deadline. Permit holders who miss the renewal deadline for waitlisted locations can email firstname.lastname@example.org for information on how to renew.
All other faculty/staff permit types: You do not have a renewal deadline and can purchase a permit at any time for a pro-rated price.
How to Purchase a Parking Permit
If you do not have a current permit or did not have one as of March 13, 2020, and you will need a permit for the fall, eligible faculty and staff can purchase A, AN, AN+, D, D+, M, N, and N+ as well as available F garage permits online through My Parking Profile beginning on August 1.
Most F permits are waitlisted. If you are interested in getting a permit for a waitlisted location, see the F Permit Waitlist page for information.
For instructions on how to purchase and renew permits, see Faculty/Staff Permit Renewal & Purchase Instructions.
Other Transportation Options
For other transportation options such as Capital Metro and UT Shuttles, car and van pools, and electric scooter information, visit https://parking.utexas.edu/transportation.
Permit information is also being emailed to students and is available to them on the PTS website.