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Lot 3 Closure, Wednesday, 07/24/19

We just received word from FD&O that there is some work being done for the Engineering Building, on Wednesday, July 24, 2019 which required a big crane.  The crane will be in the drive way of Lot 3, therefore, Lot 3 will be closed Wednesday, July 24, 2019.  Alternative parking is available in the North Garage.  Disabled parking is available in Lot 1 and North Garage.  Please contact FD&O for any question regarding this parking lot closure.

Virtual parking permits for new permit purchases 

Effective July 1, 2019, Parking Services at San Jose State University will start using virtual permits for students, visitors, contractors, and vendors. 

Virtual permits allow you to park in your designated area without being required to display a physical permit.  With virtual permits, you will NOT need to come to Parking Services office to pick up your permit or wait for a physical permit to arrive in the mail. The license plate registered when purchasing your parking session will become your virtual parking permit, and your permit will be valid as soon as the first effective date of your permit. For more information, please visit Virtual Permit page.

Virtual permits for employees

Due to the complex nature of the virtual permitting system and the need to resolve pre-rollout issues, Parking Services will delay the use of virtual parking permits for some employees until further notice. The virtual permits will be valid for MPP’s, Confidential employees, Auxiliary employees and Emeritus only.

Except for the classes of employees noted above, if you have already registered your vehicles for the virtual parking permits, please note that the permit will NOT be in effect. Your current parking permit will be valid until August 30, 2019. Starting August 5, 2019, you will have to stop by the Parking Services Office, located on the first floor of the University Police Department building, to receive/purchase a physical permit.

 

2019 Summer Parking Permits

  • Student Parking Permits:

    For Summer 2019, Parking Services at San Jose State University will start using virtual permits. 

    Virtual permits allow you to park in your designated area without being required to display a physical permit.  The license plate registered when purchasing your parking session will become your virtual parking permit. As each vehicle’s license plate is used as your parking permit, license plates must be registered precisely to avoid being issued a citation. Errors in license plate registration are the responsibility of the registrant and will cause the issuance of a violation. You can register up to three vehicles on your permit. Only one vehicle is allowed on campus at a time.  Paid parking session is required at all times when parking on campus. 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.  License Plate Recognition (LPR) verifies parking session in all garages and lots.  For additional information visit SJSU Virtual Permit FAQ.

    2019 Summer Session I & Session II parking permits are available for purchase starting May 15, 2019 and Session III parking permits are available for purchase starting July 1, 2019 through SJSU Parking Services Online and at the Parking Services office.

    Please note: The parking permits sold through the online ordering portal are virtual permits based on the vehicle license plate. Customers will NOT receive a physical permit.Customers who already have a valid physical permit should continue to display it until its expiration date.  Parking Services will not sell Housing permit during Summer 2019.  Also, Bursar’s office will no longer sell parking permit.  

     Click for a listing of available permits and sales locations.

  • Employee Parking Permits:

    Summer Session parking permits for employees may be purchased from the Parking Services office.  Starting June 25, 2019: 2019/2020 Annual parking permits are available for purchase through SJSU Parking Services Online; Annual and new multi-year parking permits are also sold in-person at the Parking Services office; Employees currently on a pre-tax payroll deduction parking plan may pick up their new annual parking permit or multi-year parking permit at the Parking Services office.  Most 2019 Academic and Fall Semester parking permits are available for purchase starting August 1, 2019 through the Parking Online Services website and at the Parking Services office. Click for a listing of available permits and sales locations.

GENERAL GUIDELINES

Daily, weekly, monthly, motorcycle, and payroll deduction parking permits are not sold online and must be purchased from the Parking Services office.

Please note that Housing parking permits are not valid for parking in the Campus Village Garage.  Please contact University Housing Services to purchase Campus Village Garage-specific parking permits.