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Employee Parking Information

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Employee Parking

Permit PlacementAny vehicle parked on campus must display the appropriate parking permit for that space, unless parked at an activated parking meter or in an hourly pay lot. Permits must be displayed on the bottom of the passenger-side windshield of the vehicle.

The person registered for the permit is responsible for all violations issued to all vehicles displaying the permit. Parking permits remain the property of Transportation. Parking permits, replacement permits and/or temporary permits may not be given, traded, sold, or borrowed.

The NC State carpool program allows two or more faculty and/or staff members parking for $8.75 a month per rider in B, C, CC, CD, DD, W, V and P areas.. This is a great way to save money and access desirable parking.

Employee Parking Permit Renewals

Employee parking permits are valid for three years with payroll deductions automatically extended. Permits are mailed to the employee's home address on record with Human Resources. If the employee's work location changes, i.e., transfer to a zone other than "C," the employee may contact Transportation and request to be placed on the "B" waitlist in the event a permit becomes available in this area.

Employees who purchase parking permits annually due to specific employment circumstances are given the opportunity in the summer of each year to renew their parking permit for the next academic year. Permits are renewed for the same type of permit unless one of the following conditions occur:

  • The individual is no longer employed by the University, per payroll.
  • The employee may be on an unpaid leave of absence.
  • The employee may request a different parking area if their primary work location has change to that new requested area.