Parking Services

2015-16 Parking Permits On Sale

Permits and decals for the current academic year (2015-16) are available online for faculty, staff, students, and long-term guests. Most options can be purchased online, but day permits, month permits, motorcycle permits (for students), and proximity card permits (garage and paid lot) must be purchased in the Parking Office. Click here for more information.

If you intend to buy a permit online but have never registered your vehicle with us, please email a clear, readable copy of your vehicle registration along with your full name and B# to parking@binghamton.edu. (Do not send insurance information or vehicle titles.)

 

Parking Changes for 2015-16

There are a number of important changes to how parking will work for 2015-16. Click here to see a summary of these changes.

 

Citation Payments Can Be Made Online

Citations can be paid online the day after they are written. All citations must be paid before you can purchase a parking permit. Please visit our Pay A Fine page for more information.

 

Binghamton University's Parking Services

is charged with the management, operation, control, and general improvements to campus parking, within the program objectives established by the University.

The parking program is self-supporting, so fees must be charged to support its services. All revenues are used for staffing, office operations, lot maintenance, lighting, construction, safety measures, and other parking support services.

Parking Services and the administrators who oversee the program welcome your questions and comments about the quality of service.

The director of Parking Services manages the operation of Parking Services and coordinates the use of all parking facilities on campus. The director is responsible for the administration of the program with policy guidance from the vice president of Student Affairs. 

 

Last Updated: 8/26/15