For your convenience, purchase your permit online.
Need your Net ID or password? Contact the University Help Desk at (775) 682-5000.
For more information contact:
Parking Services University of Nevada, Reno 1664 N. Virginia St., Reno, NV 89557-0254 (775) 784-4654
Office Hours Mon-Fri 8am-5pm
If you have not received your permit, please call and ask if it is being held for pick up.
Parking Permits and Designations 2013-2014
Below is a list of the permits that will be sold directly form our website. You will need to log in using your Net Id (not student ID number) and password to purchase a permit. If you have not set up and activated your Net Id, please do so with the Help Desk.
If you wish to purchase another permit that we offer, please contact our office on how to do so.
Permits must hang from the rear-view mirror or be placed in a clear pocket and attached to the passenger side of the windshield. Permit information must face outward to be clearly visible. Permits remain university property and can be reclaimed if an individual's privilege to park on campus has been revoked.
Vehicles shall be parked only in authorized designated parking zones. Please note, not every space is signed with its designation. Available permits are indicated on the current permit application or use the carpool permit application if you will be carpooling. (Silver 11 carpool parking permits are wait list only, please call our office for details.)
Allow parking in the Silver signed zones designated on the front of the permit, as well as Green, Purple, and Blue signed zones. Silver permit holders may park in any silver zone after 5:00pm (see exceptions). $400 Annual.
Silver zone 10, located by the medical building area, is available for purchase online. For any other silver zone, please contact our office for availability and to be placed on necessary waiting lists.
Faculty and Staff who are eligible for payroll deduction may enroll to have the permit fees deducted, pre-tax, from their paycheck on a monthly basis. To find out more information, determine if you are eligible, or to obtain an enrollment form, please contact Parking and Transportation Services at (775) 784-4654.
Allow parking on any level of the complex and in Green, Purple, and Blue zones. Semester permits are available in limited quantities but do not include the summer session. See exceptions for evening and break parking. $400 Annual or $200 per Semester, permits available for purchase online. Carpool permits are also available for this zone.
Green 1 Permits are available and allow parking in the Green 1 and Blue zones. Semester permits are available in limited quantities but do not include the summer session. $230 annual or $115 per semester, these permits are available for purchase online. Carpool permits are also available for this zone. See exceptions for evening and break parking.
Purple 1 Permits are available to faculty, staff, and students who work or take classes in the medical building area located on the north end of campus. These permits are valid in the Purple 1 signed areas, as well as the Green 1 and Blue areas. See exceptions for evening and break parking. $230 annually, please contact our office to purchase this permit.
Blue permits are available in limited quantities and allow parking in Blue zones. See exceptions for evening and break parking. $125 annual, $63 per semester.
Yellow 1 permits are available in limited quantities to students residing on campus (all dorms except Sierra Hall) and allow parking only in the Yellow 1, Green, Purple or Blue zones. Only yellow 1 permits are allowed in yellow 1 zones, 24 hours 7 days a week. See exceptions for evening and break parking. $400 Annual, this permit will be available for purchase online starting July 1st. Once these permits sell out, resident students may be placed on a waiting list by calling or emailing the Parking office.
Yellow 2 permits are available in limited quantities to students residing on campus (only Sierra Hall residents) and allow parking only in the Yellow 2, Green, Purple or Blue zones. Only yellow 2 permits are allowed in yellow 2 zones, 24 hours 7 days a week. See exceptions for evening and break parking. $400 Annual, this permit is available for purchase online starting July 1st. Once these permits sell out, resident students may be placed on a waiting list by calling or emailing the Parking office.
IMPORTANT NOTICE: Starting July 1st, these permits will be available for purchase. You will only be able to purchase a dorm permit after you have been assigned a specific dorm from Housing. If you have not been assigned a dorm, the Yellow dorm permit option will not be an option when selecting a permit for purchase.
Allow parking only in the zone location designated on the permit. Exceptions do not apply to Orange Permits.
Disabled permits allow parking in the disabled spaces only. Possession of a valid state placard required for issuance, and access to certain gated areas on campus requires obtaining a transponder from the Parking and Transportation Services Office. Please see the Disabled Access page for more information. $125 Annual, please contact our office to purchase this permit.
Evening permits are valid on campus only after 3:30pm and allow parking in the West Stadium Parking Complex, green, purple and blue zones. This excludes all yellow zones, silver zone 1, and any spaces marked "enforced 24 hours 7 days a week". See exceptions for evening and break parking. $125 Annual or $63 for Semester Only, these permits are available for purchase online.
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Mopeds, Motorcycles and Motor Scooters parked in designated motorcycle parking areas must be registered as a motorcycle with the Parking and Transportation Services Department and must display a valid university motorcycle permit on the right fork or fender. Mopeds, motorcycles and motor scooters may be parked in regular vehicle spaces, provided that the rider holds a valid university permit for that specific zone and the permit is clearly displayed on the motorized vehicle in a locking display pouch.
Locking permit display pouches are available for purchase, for $20, at the Parking and Transportation Services office. Automobile zone permits are not valid for parking in designated motorcycle areas. If you wish to park in a designated motorcycle area, a motorcycle permit must be purchased. Designated motorcycle parking is available on a first come, first served basis. Riders are expected to find a different designated motorcycle parking area if the one they are trying to use is full.
Do not move other motorcycles in an attempt to make additional room. Motorized vehicles must not be driven on sidewalks or pedestrian access routes and must be driven with due regard for the safety of pedestrians. $50 Annual, this permit is available for purchase online.
University Highlands Permits are required to ride the East Campus Shuttle serving the University Highlands Apartments and also allow parking in the West Stadium Parking Complex AFTER 3:30pm. See exceptions for evening parking. In addition, this permit is valid in the Green zones during winter and spring breaks and in Blue zone during the summer. $125 Annual, this permit is available for purchase online.
This permit is valid in the Circus Circus Garages on the two top floors ONLY. If you need to park anywhere on the UNR campus, including evenings, you must purchase a parking permit from the Parking and Transportation Services Department. Exceptions do not apply to Circus Circus Permits. This permit is available online.
Bicycles used on campus must be registered yearly with the Parking and Transportation Services Department, and be ridden and parked with due regard for the safety of pedestrians. There is no charge for bicycle registration. Racks are provided throughout the campus and must be used to ensure proper parking. Bicycle lockers are available for rental. Please contact the Parking and Transportation Services Department to find out the availability of bike lockers and to obtain a bike locker application. Bicycles may not be parked (except in racks) on the sidewalks, in pedestrian access routes to buildings, or inside buildings. Bicycles parked in buildings deemed to be in violation of fire and/or safety codes will be impounded at owner's expense. Bicycles may not be chained to any object other than a parking rack. Bicycles not displaying a university bicycle permit are subject to citations.
Metered Parking and Permit Dispensing Machine Areas are enforced Monday through Thursday from 7:30 a.m. to 8:00 p.m., and Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (see exceptions). See the Visitor section for locations. Note: Parking at a non-functioning meter will result in a citation.
May obtain a temporary parking permit for a $5.00 daily fee for the West Stadium Complex or for a $7.00 daily fee for the Whalen Complex at the Parking Services Office located on 16th street. Permit dispensers may also be used to purchase temporary parking permits for $7.00 or $5.00 per day depending on which parking structure you choose. Permit dispensers are located on the top floor of the Brian J. Whalen Parking Complex or the top floor of the West Stadium Parking Complex. Visitors may also use metered parking spaces.
EX and government vehicles may park in blue designated parking areas free of charge. Departments who wish to park their EX or Government vehicle closer to lower campus will need to purchase a parking permit for each vehicle with an IPO or departmental credit card for the same fee which is charged to the campus community. Service Vehicle spaces are located throughout the campus and may only be utilized for 15 minutes by vehicles displaying a Service Vehicle parking permit. Temporary Service Vehicle permits are available free of charge at the Parking and Transportation Services Office located on 16th Street.
Parking and Transportation Services offers the following special services: