PaTS offers a mobile payment app that allows visitors to pay for parking, extend a metered parking time, receive time expiration alerts, and view receipts.
The Parkmobile payment app is a free download available at Android, iOS, and Windows Phone app stores. There are no refunds for parkmobile transactions.
Mobile payment has been established in the following locations:
- Lot 4
- Lot 28
- Lot 30
- Meters in Robinson Hall Lot
- Meters in the SAC Handicap Lot
- Meters in Lot 13
- Meters in Lot 16
- Meters in Lot 20
- Meters in Lot 21
- Greek Village (any unrestricted space in lot)
- Union Visitor Deck (any unrestricted space on Levels 5-6)
- Cone Decks 1 & 2 (any unrestricted space)
- Campus Parking Map
When using mobile payment, there is no need to use the parking meter in the lot.
The mobile payment option will be added to additional parking areas across campus as the program grows. It is not currently available for Visitor parking in any of the decks.
How It Works
Download the Parkmobile app and register for free.
Once registered, use the app to enter in the Zone number listed on the signs and stickers to start a parking session.
Choose the duration you wish to park.
Confirm your information, including location, license plate number, time and cost.
A ticker will appear, counting down the time remaining. In some locations, you may extend your time remotely.
That’s it! You can also opt-in to receive a reminder 15 minutes prior to your parking expiring and extend time remotely.
Demo Videos for Parkmobile
When using the Parkmobile service, you will not need to display a receipt in your windshield or pay at a pay station or meter. Parking attendants verify your parking session by matching the license plate number and/or space number to the zone number in which you are parked.
Pay-by-space machines and/or meters will not be removed in order to accommodate those who would rather pay by coin.
Using Parkmobile without a Smartphone
If you do not have a smartphone or internet-enabled device, you can still use Parkmobile through an automated phone system. The number you can call to pay for your parking is located on the Parkmobile signs or meter stickers in your parking area.