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Parking Services

Parking Services Call Center, 704-687-0161, is open from 5:00 AM Monday continuously until 10:00 PM Friday; or send a message.

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Permit info, where each permit allows you to park, and secure online permit purchase.

Parking MapsParking Map

Map of the various parking decks and lots. Printable PDF
Football Parking

Parking CitationsCitations

Citations, Appeals and Enforcement.


Daytime Disability and Evening Safety campus transport service. Evening stops/schedule.

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Visiting UNC Charlotte? Here is what you need to know about parking.

Parking Services

Location: Parking Services Office
Office Hours: Mon - Fri 7:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Call Center: 704‑687‑0161
Call Center Hours: Mon 5:00 AM continuously until Fri 10:00 PM
Permit enforcement begins the first day of class. Please have a current valid permit properly displayed on you vehicle or park in a Visitor deck or meter until a permit is obtained.
Documentation needed to purchase a permit:

  • 49er ID Card
  • Vehicle Registration
  • Driver's License
  • Proof of vehicle insurance (if is not on registration or has changed) 

Thanksgiving Week Hours Exceptions

Here's what will be open the week of the Thanksgiving holiday: Dining Hours Wednesday November 26 Atkins Library     Library Café 7:30 AM - 4:00 PM P...November 7, 2014 (All day)

Service disruption to CATS Rt. 11U

The North Carolina Department of Transportation will close the southbound Mallard Creek Bridge Wednesday, October 15, impacting the Route 11U North Tryon for about a year. Here's how Rt. 11U currentl...October 14, 2014 (All day)

Parking Permit Sale Proceeds – Where the money goes – 2014 update

Every year, PaTS posts the numbers that show how permit proceeds from the previous academic year were spent. Here’s a snapshot of last year’s totals (academic year 2013-14): Income: $9,575,924 $7,...October 13, 2014 (All day)

Important UNC Charlotte Parking Information

IT IS ILLEGAL TO PARK anywhere on campus other than in a marked parking space.

  • The absence of "No Parking" or "Fire Lane" signs, lack of curb paint does not suggest that parking is permitted.
  • Enough room for a vehicle to park does not suggest that parking is permitted.

The University of North Carolina at Charlotte assumes no liability, under any circumstances, for damaged, vandalized, stolen or impounded vehicles.

PDF icon  Everything Parking and Transportation Services Guide 2014-2015 (PDF)

SafeRide Evening Safety Escort Route Map

Parking in Center City