Center City Campus does not have separate parking dedicated to the building, which is typical of other buildings uptown. The University has, however, negotiated an arrangement with Secure Parking, Inc., owner of the closest surrounding lots, for Student adn Faculty/Staff parking, currently provided at 422 E. Ninth St., 319 E. Ninth St., and 625 N. Brevard St.
ADA accessible parking (with the appropriate State placard) in conjunction with a UNC Charlotte Center City Parking hangtag, is available at 625 N. Brevard St.
Center City Parking Permits
Because Center City parking is privately owned, there will be operational differences between Main Campus and Center City Campus. Parking at Center City will require a time-specific UNC Charlotte Center City parking hangtag. CCB permits are available for online purchase.
Center City Parking Permits are specific to day and class schedule:
- Day permits are valid 6:30 AM – 5:30 PM
- Evening permits are valid 5:00 PM – 11:00 PM
Full-time Annual Permit: $450 (more than two uses per week, day or evening)
- This is the least expensive choice for students who will be at Center City Campus more than two days, evenings, or combination, per week. If the permit is needed for just one semester, refunds will be according to the campus parking refund schedule.
- This permit will also be valid at UNC Charlotte Main Campus, just as a regular Full-time Commuter [C] permit.
Two Use Permit: $165 (two uses per week, day or evening) for one semester
- This permit will also be valid as a Evening Permit (after 3:00 PM) on Main Campus, in Commuter [C] parking areas.
One Use Permit: $95 (one use per week, day or evening) for one semester
- This permit is not valid on Main Campus at any time.
Once CCB permit orders have been processed they are sent to CCB for pickup. Any order placed by before 6:00 AM will be sent to CCB by noon the same day. Any permits order after 6:00 AM will be process and sent the following day. Once the permit is delivered to CCB, you will be allowed to park at CCB/UNC Charlotte designated parking for 30 minutes to enter into the building, pick up your permit and bring it back to display on your vehicle before class.
If you do not have time to get your permit prior to class you will need to pay the daily rate or risk the possibility of a citation from Secure Parking.
Center City Visitor and Occasional Use Parking
There are a limited number of daily parking spots in Secure Parking-owned lots nearby: Lot locations and daily fee rates. The fee must be deposited in an identically numbered slot at an honor box. These spaces are open to the public and utilized for special events; they may not always be available.
Center City Parking Enforcement
Parking enforcement at Center City is under the administration of Secure Parking, Inc. Citation appeals or complaints are handled with Secure Parking. PaTS will have no citation enforcement or appeals authority at Center City.
Public Transportation to Center City Campus
Center City is accessible via several CATS routes. The CATS website has a trip finder feature; enter the destination address for Center City, 320 East Ninth Street. In addition, the Seventh Street station for the Lynx light rail is nearby. There are several free park-and-ride lots along the Blue Line that make light rail an economical option. Ten-ride passes are available at the PaTS Office for a 10% discount.
For questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org. Please put “CCB parking” in the subject line so that we can best direct the question. You may also call Parking and Transportation Services at 704‑687‑0161.