Cone Visitors deck closes May 8-June 2 for new gate installation. Limited Visitor parking will be available on Cone Deck lower level or use East Deck 1 or Union Deck visitor parking as alternative.

Parking and Transportation Services Office

Call Center: 704‑687‑0161
Hours: Monday 5:00 AM continuously through Friday 10:00 PM

Office Hours: Mon-Fri, 7:30 AM – 5:00 PM
View map

Important Parking Information

Permits are required to park anytime the University is open. If you do not have a permit, you must pay to park in a visitor area. Please have a current valid permit properly displayed on your vehicle or park in a Visitor deck or in a metered area 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)

It is illegal to park anywhere on campus other than in a marked parking space.

  • The absence of "No Parking" or "Fire Lane" signs, or 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.
  • You many only leave your vehicle in marked parking spaces. There are no exceptions.
  • The University of North Carolina at Charlotte assumes no liability – under any circumstances – for damaged, vandalized, stolen or impounded vehicles.

Relaxed enforcement in effect Wednesday, May 3 through Friday, May 12 What the means specifically is that: Permits are still required to park Meters are enforced Visitor deck fees must be paid...
Which lots are closing and why Lots 18 and 19 are closing permanently this summer. Lot 18 is closing to expand the Union Deck, ultimately making up for the spaces that will be lost in Lot 19. The...
What?! Why?! Shortly after the “all-campus” email went out with the subject line, “License plate recognition coming to parking permits,” call volume into the PaTS Communication Center spiked, as...
Parking and Transportation Services does space counts a few weeks into every semester to check that parking supply is sufficient for demand. These counts also inform planning for future parking...