Over 50 blue parking spots in the Fine Arts Garage will be reserved on Tuesday Sept. 13, meaning students may have to find somewhere else to park. These spots, located on the second floor of the parking garage, will be unavailable from 7:30 a.m. According to an update from Parking Services, the reserved […]
Lot 7, the parking lot wedged between the engineering building and a shuttle stop, will be closed for maintenance for over a year, as Skinner-Jones Hall is under construction.
A measure to implement virtual parking decals has been approved by the University of North Florida.
Weed problems, a missing fridge, and damaged cars and decal drama.
More and more car problems.
Decal thefts all around and a parking sign and pole found in the oddest of places.
Police reports reveal more student troubles.
Lot 18 is open for students who have a blue or grey parking pass. Everyone else must buy temporary passes at Parking Services for $5.00.
The Decal Bandit may have swiped a sixth parking decal in a wave of decal thefts.
Patrol efforts have been suspended, but the case remains unsolved.
Due to unavailability of parking spaces in Garage 38 and Lot 18 during events next week, students can park in Lot 53 (by Hicks Hall), which requires use of the shuttle, or the second, third and fourth floors of the Fine Arts Parking Garage (Bldg 44).
Parking Services built a new garage and turns its attention to Garage 38. The new garage is available to students with Housing A and Blue permits. Garage 38 was pressured washed and restriped.
In time for spring semester, parking has undergone several changes with Arena Garage spaces reserved for faculty/staff and the new garage off Lot 12. The new garage’s design has two separate entrances–one specifically for Blue permit holders and the other for Housing permit holders.
Opinion: you’re given the opportunity to change 5 things about your university, so what do you choose? Here are the top 5 things UNF students chose to focus on as what they would change if given the chance.
Parking Services is currently installing ground sensors in the UNF Arena Garage to test a new system for parking efficiency. By the end of November, ground sensors will be able to report the number of available parking spaces.
UNF oversold Blue parking permits for two reasons: not factoring in having one less lot for Blue parking, and overselling Blue permits to faculty and staff. Starting Monday, Oct. 6, Blue permit holders can exchange their parking pass for a Gray permit and a refund.