|Note parking regulation update|
Motorcycle and Recreational Vehicles - As a reminder with winter fast approaching, the University does not allow recreational vehicles such as campers, boats, motorcycles, snowmobiles, or trailers to park on campus. If special short term accommodations are needed please contact the UND Parking Office at 777-3551. Without special arrangements vehicles could be cited, impounded or relocated at the expense of the owner. All vehicles on campus must be operational and driven on a weekly basis. Long-term parking is not allowed. These vehicles must be stored off campus no later than Nov. 21. The motorcycle parking spaces in the ramp will be converted to vehicle parking for the winter months.
Winter Parking - The facilities department makes every effort to keep lots and roadways clear of snow. The frequent moving of vehicles is encouraged to assist with the snow removal procedure. Parking on or near piles of snow can create a safety hazard, which is a ticketable offense. Hash marks and the ends of the rows are difficult to see in the winter, however parking in these areas create a safety hazard and is not allowed. These are still ticketable offenses and in some cases vehicles may be relocated at the owner's expense.
Holiday and Student Breaks - During Christmas Break (Monday, Dec. 22, through Friday, Jan. 9) and the Friday after Thanksgiving (Nov. 28) open parking is permitted just like during the summer. Anyone with a valid UND permit is allowed to park in A (red), S (blue), and G (brown) lots except the Airport, Twamley, Upson, and Wilkerson "A" lot. All meters and timed zones are still enforced as posted. There will not be an attendant in the visitor lot; however a valid UND permit must be displayed in the vehicle to park free in this lot during the break. The parking ramp will be enforced as usual. Valid UND permits will be allowed to park free in the upper levels as long as space is available and levels one and two will be reserved for ramp permit holders.
Please contact the Parking Office at 777-3551 with questions relating to parking issues.