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Parking pricing is key to an effective and efficient parking system and plays an important role in Stanford’s commitment to reducing drive-alone and peak-hour commute trips.

Stanford’s approach to parking management and pricing

Stanford’s parking system reflects a number of factors, with a goal of serving the interests of the Stanford community as well as the priorities of the university and hospitals.

  • As the campus population grows and services become increasingly more expensive to provide, the costs associated with these and other Transportation Demand Management programs also grow.

  • Parking fees are key to effectively managing parking demand. In other words, our parking rates help ensure sufficient parking availability where and when visitors want and need it.

  • Research shows that parking fees are critical to reducing the drive-alone rate, which continues to be a top priority under the university’s General Use Permit and the hospitals’ entitlement commitments.

  • Revenues from parking help fund parking maintenance and sustainable transportation programs.

For FY 20, visitor parking is $4.46 per hour at Stanford’s main campus, and $2.50 per hour at Stanford Redwood City. Visitor parking rates in 2018-19 were $1.75 to $2.75 per hour at the main campus and $2 per hour at Stanford Redwood City. (Prices do not include a $0.35 transaction fee for payments made via the ParkMobile app or website.)

Stanford’s rates are in keeping with other universities’ rates in the Bay Area. UC Berkeley’s visitor parking is $4 per hour or $15 to $25 per day, and up to $25 for evening and weekend parking.UCSF Public Parking is $4 per hour up to $32 per day, and $3 per hour on weeknights and $3 to $8 per hour on weekends.

Why the increase for visitor parking?

Since parking revenues fund our transportation programs and operational costs, rates must keep pace with increased costs to enable us to deliver effective, reliable, and safe transportation programs for the Stanford community.

Some of the same affordability issues that are a concern about permit rate increases factor into increased costs for our programs. For example, labor and operational costs for the free Marguerite shuttle service have increased in recent years, reflecting the higher cost of living in the Bay Area and highly competitive market for bus services and operators as we compete with tech companies for these resources.

Parking revenues also help to fund maintenance for parking garages.This cost has increased as the university has built multi-level parking garages to meet the needs of the campus community. Parking garages are a more efficient use of land and increases capacity to better serve our permit holders and visitors, but they do come with higher maintenance costs.

In addition, demand for parking at Stanford continues to increase. Parking rates are key to managing parking availability and reducing demand. Stanford's new rates support these goals.

Consider sustainable transportation options

Reducing drive-alone trips is a priority for Stanford. To reduce or avoid the cost of parking on campus, consider sustainable transportation options.

We hope this information is helpful. If you have questions about visitor parking at Stanford or need our assistance, please contact us at [email protected] or 650.723.9362.

Sours: https://transportation.stanford.edu/visitor-parking-rates-explained

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Enforcement hours

Commuter and resident parking

  • ‘A’, ‘C,’ ‘C-SRWC’, ‘E,’ ‘Z,’ and ‘shared’ resident/commuter lots and service vehicle spaces are enforced Monday-Friday, 6 a.m. to 4 p.m., unless otherwise posted. This includes commuter parking at Stanford Redwood City.
  • ‘A’ parking at the Oval is enforced Monday-Friday, 6 a.m. to 6 p.m.
  • Resident student lots are enforced 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
  • ‘ES’ / ‘C’ shared parking in Quillen Ct., McFarland Ct., Jenkins Ct., and Hulme Ct. and adjacent sections of Olmsted Rd. is enforced 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Please refer to our Parking & Circulation Map for current parking designations.

Visitor parking

  • Visitor parking will be enforced on weekdays, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., unless otherwise posted.
  • Visitor parking at Beckman Center/Li Ka Shing Center Lot (L-15) will be enforced Monday through Friday, 6 a.m. to 6 p.m.
  • Visitor parking at Stanford Redwood City continues to be enforced Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
  • Hourly visitor parking is available through the ParkMobile app or website.
  • Posted time limits in visitor parking areas continue to apply.
  • Visitor parking at Stanford Redwood City is available on the first floor of the Barron Parking Garage and in SRWC surface lots. Visitor spaces are enforced 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday. Refer to our visitor parking at SRWC webpage to learn more.

Stanford visitors, including those visiting residents, have two options for purchasing parking:

Citations

  • Parking tickets range from $41 for a permit violation to $753 for illegally parking in a disabled space.
  • Citations are issued by Stanford’s Department of Public Safety and SP+. Stanford Transportation does not administer and cannot change parking citations. Pay or appeal a parking ticket.

If you believe people are parking in your lot who shouldn't be, request enforcement by calling:

  • Stanford police dispatch office at 650.329.2413 (main campus and hospitals); or
  • Parking Operations at 650.723.9362 (SRWC).

Observe the signs

Before you park, check the signs at the entrance to the lot. Note that many of our lots are "shared" between resident students and commuters. These lots may be marked, for example, "South Residences" or ‘C’. You can park in such a lot with either a ‘C’ or a "South Residences" permit.

Park only in marked spaces

Never park on unposted dirt, grass or along undesignated roadsides. If an area is not specifically marked for parking, assume you may not park there.

Car covers

Stanford's parking regulations require that car owners keep their license plates visible so the parking enforcement officer can see them. We also require the license plate number be written on the windshield portion of your car cover using permanent marker.

With these options, parking enforcement officers can verify if a car that is covered has a valid permit.

Abandoned vehicles

The police may tow any vehicle abandoned on campus or stored in a commuter lot for more than 72 hours without special permission. Storage and towing is at owner's expense.

Parking tickets/citations

Stanford Transportation does not issue or dismiss parking citations. We only issue parking permits.

Parking citations are issued in University commuter and resident lots and in Stanford residential areas by the Stanford Department of Public Safety (a division of the Santa Clara County Sheriff's Department).

Parking enforcement in Hospital/Medical areas is managed by SP+.

Refer to Appeal a Parking Ticket for information about appealing a citation.

For questions about enforcement, please contact Parking Operations at [email protected] or 650.723.9362.

Violations of Stanford Transportation policies

Anyone found to be in violation of the Commute Club and/or parking permit policies set forth by Stanford Transportation is subject to revocation of transportation incentives and/or parking privileges. Instances of egregious misconduct may result in further administrative, disciplinary, and/or legal action, up to and including termination of employment or expulsion.

Tour bus operators found in violation of Stanford parking policies and/or failing to adhere to its tour bus protocol will be cited and/or towed, or may be banned from Stanford property. Operators ignoring Stanford property rights may face legal action from the University.

Holiday parking permit enforcement

Visit our Latest News page close to each holiday for the most current information.

Sours: https://transportation.stanford.edu/parking/deal-with-parking-tickets/parking-enforcement
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Stanford ended its temporary campus zones program. Enforcement returned to weekday hours on the main campus as of June 16.


What is changing with parking enforcement at Stanford? (June 16, 2021)

On June 16, Stanford ended its temporary campus zones program. Stanford’s main campus returns to weekday enforcement for commuter and visitor parking. Visit our article to learn more. 

Stanford Transportation implemented 24/7-parking enforcement in November 2020 in support of Stanford’s campus zones. Establishing campus zones enabled the university to comply with State of California guidance while resuming teaching and research operations curbed by COVID-19.

As COVID-19 guidance evolves and the main campus enters a phased reopening, parking enforcement is returning to normal.

Stanford permit holders:

No action is required for those who currently have a valid Stanford parking permit.

  • Monthly permits purchased through Stanford’s virtual parking permit system continue to be valid.

  • Daily permits are valid from 12:01 a.m. through 11:59 p.m. for the selected date(s).

Stanford affiliates without a permit:

If you don’t have a monthly permit, and you are required to be on the main campus after hours, no permit is required.


How can visitors park on campus? (June 16, 2021)

All visitors must pay to park during weekday enforcement hours or according to posted signage. As of June 16, visitor parking is available in all parts of the main campus. Stanford ended its temporary campus zones program on June 16 and returned to weekday enforcement. Visit our article to learn more.

Stanford visitors, including those visiting residents, have two options:

Please note that postedtime limits in visitor parking areas still apply.


Why is this change in enforcement happening? (June 16, 2021)

Starting June 16, Stanford returned to weekday enforcement for commuter parking. At that time, parking at the main campus will no longer be enforced 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Stanford Transportation implemented 24/7-parking enforcement in November 2020 in support of Stanford’s campus zones. Establishingcampus zonesenabled the university to comply with State of California guidance while resuming teaching and research operations curbed by COVID-19.

As COVID-19 guidance evolves and the main campus enters a phased reopening, parking enforcement is returning to normal. As of June 16, most commuter and visitor spaces are enforced between 6 a.m. and 4 p.m. on weekdays or according to posted signage. Enforcement hours at Stanford Redwood City have continued to be from 6 a.m. to 4 p.m. on weekdays.


When does 24/7 parking enforcement end? (June 16, 2021)

After-hours and weekend parking enforcement ended on Wednesday, June 16.


Why don't I see the Courtesy 'After-Hours' permit when I log in to the online ordering system? (June 16, 2021)

It is after June 16, 2021, and parking is no longer being enforced 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. If you are parking after hours you no longer require a permit.

If you need assistance, please contact us at [email protected] or 650.723.9362.

I live on campus and have an active resident parking permit. Can I park in commuter spaces after hours? (Oct. 9, 2020)

Yes. Resident permit holders can park in any commuter (‘A,’ 'C,' ‘Z,’ ‘Motorcycle’) or shared resident/commuter spaces (e.g., those posted as “‘EA’ or ‘C’”) after 4 p.m. and before 6 a.m., Monday through Friday, and throughout the weekend.


What if I come to campus during weekday business hours? (Oct. 9, 2020)

To park at the main campus and Stanford Redwood City, you must continue to purchase a commuter, resident, or visitor parking permit to park during business hours: 6 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday.


What if I come to campus infrequently, like once a week in the late afternoon? (Oct. 9, 2020)

If you park on campus at any time between 6 a.m. and 4 p.m. on weekdays, you need to purchase a Stanford parking permit or pay for visitor parking to avoid citation. To provide some flexibility and potential savings for those who do not need to be on campus full-time, Stanford affiliates are able to purchase daily permits in the virtual parking permit system. We have developed this table to help Stanford commuters determine how many days it makes financial sense to purchase a daily versus a monthly permit.


Is anything changing with parking enforcement at Stanford Redwood City? (Oct. 9, 2020)

There is no change to enforcement hours at the Stanford Redwood City campus. The Courtesy ‘After-Hours’ permit requirement applies only to the main campus. Parking at Stanford Redwood City will continue to be enforced Monday through Friday, 6 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Please note that Barron Garage is open between 6 a.m. and 6 p.m. Monday through Friday. Outside of those weekday hours and on holidays, you will need to badge in at the card reader with your Stanford ID in order to enter. All Stanford faculty and staff cardholders have badge access to Barron Garage.

Sours: https://transportation.stanford.edu/night-and-weekend-parking-enforcement-faq

What Night and Weekend Parking Enforcement Means for You

[Published: Oct. 9, 2020; Updated: June 16, 2021]

JUNE 16 UPDATE:The main campus returns to weekday enforcement for commuter and visitor parking. Read our article to learn more.

To support campus health and safety and more effectively manage external visitors, parking enforcement at Stanford’s main campus will be extended to include nights and weekends. All vehicles will be required to have an active permit to park on the main campus 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Those with existing Stanford permits (residents, commuters and departments) do not need to take action and are covered at no additional charge.  

In an effort to provide the Stanford community some time to navigate this transition, those who park on evenings and weekends without a permit may begin to receive courtesy notices as of Monday, Oct. 12, explaining the change and what they need to do. Night and weekend parking enforcement will begin on Monday, Nov. 2.

Stanford affiliates do NOT pay to park after hours

Stanford affiliates can continue to park after hours at Stanford’s main campus at no charge. To determine how this affects you and what, if anything, you need to do, please refer to our Night and Weekend Parking Enforcement action steps diagram along with the following information.

Stanford permit holders: 
No action is required for those who currently have a valid Stanford parking permit.Monthly permits purchased through Stanford’s virtual parking permit system are already valid 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at no additional cost.

Stanford affiliates without a permit:
If you don’t have a monthly permit, and you are required to be on the main campus after hours, we are providing a Courtesy ‘After-Hours’ permit. With this courtesy permit, Stanford affiliates, residents, and sponsored commuters can continue to park without charge on evenings and weekends as expanded enforcement takes effect.

Stanford affiliates, residents, and sponsored commuters can register their vehiclefor a Courtesy ‘After-Hours’ permit in the virtual parking permit system at no cost. Those with existing monthly permits are not eligible for the Courtesy ‘After-Hours’ permit, since their existing permit is valid 24/7.

Where can I park and when?

After Hours (evenings and weekends): 

For after-hours parking at the main campus, the following permits are valid from 4:01 p.m. to 5:59 a.m. on weekdays and all day on Saturdays and Sundays:

  • The monthly, Courtesy ‘After-Hours’ permit allows you to park only in any ‘A,’ ‘C,’ ‘Z,’ or ‘Motorcycle’ permit space on the main campus. In addition, it is valid in visitor spaces in Roth Way Garage and the Beckman Center Lot (L-15).
  • All monthly, Stanford-issued parking permits (e.g., commuter or resident permits), are valid 24/7. After hours, your permit can be used to park in any ‘A,’ ‘C,’ ‘Z,’ or ‘Motorcycle’ permit space on the main campus, as well as visitor spaces in Roth Way Garage and the Beckman Center Lot (L-15), at no additional cost.
  • Please note: the Courtesy ‘After-Hours’ permit is ONLY valid from 4:01 p.m. to 5:59 a.m. on weekdays and all day on Saturdays and Sundays.

Weekday Business Hours:

To park at the main campus and Stanford Redwood City, you must continue to purchase a commuter, resident, or visitor parking permit to park during business hours: 6 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday.

How to request the Courtesy ‘After-Hours’ permit

Please only request this permit if you need to park at the main campus after hours AND if you do not currently have a monthly Stanford parking permit. Those with existing monthly permits are not eligible for the Courtesy ‘After-Hours’ permit, since their existing permit is valid 24/7. 

To request a Courtesy ‘After-Hours’ parking permit, follow these steps:

  • Log in to the virtual parking permit system.
  • Select “Parking Permit” under the “Purchase” menu.
  • Click on the "Long-term/Commuter" tab, then select the range of months for your permit, then click "Next." Please note:
    • This is a monthly permit, so it only appears under the "Long-term/Commuter" tab.
    • When choosing an expiration date, the calendar defaults to the current month and year. If you’d like to select an expiration date beyond December, first click the arrow at the top right corner of the calendar module to navigate to a future year, then select the month in that year you'd like the permit to expire.
  • Choose the “Courtesy ‘After Hours’” permit type, which is valid only from 4:01 p.m. to 5:59 a.m. on weekdays and all day on weekends. 
  • Click the box to the left of the vehicle(s) you wish to associate with the permit. If your vehicle doesn't appear, add your vehicle(s) by selecting "+ ADD," then click the box next to the vehicle(s) you wish to associate with your permit.
  • Review the terms and conditions, check the "I agree" box, confirm your order, and complete your transaction.

Please contact us if you have questions or need assistance. We would be glad to assist you in English or Spanish, and we can be reached at [email protected] or 650.723.9362.

No change to enforcement at Stanford Redwood City, for residential parking or in special zones

There is no change to enforcement hours at the Stanford Redwood City campus. Parking at Stanford Redwood City will continue to be enforced Monday through Friday, 6 a.m. to 4 p.m. 

Please note that Barron Garage is open between 6 a.m. and 6 p.m. Monday through Friday. Outside of these weekday hours and on holidays, you will need to badge in at the card reader with your Stanford ID in order to enter. All Stanford faculty and staff cardholders have badge access to Barron Garage.

Parking restrictions on both campuses for resident, disabled parking, red zones, fire lanes, and special-permit-only spaces remain unchanged. Those spaces will continue to be enforced 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Night shift staff at Stanford Health Care and Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital

Hospital employees have several options:

  • University parking options. If you park in university commuter spaces or in visitor spaces in Roth Way Garage or the Beckman Center Lot (L-15) after hours and/or on weekends and do NOT have a monthly Stanford parking permit, you may request a Courtesy ‘After-Hours’ permit through our online ordering system at no cost.
  • Enforcement hours and permit designations in the Hoover Pavilion Garage (i.e., ‘Z’ and ‘C’) and Lot 1A (i.e., ‘A’ and ‘C’) remain unchanged and are not transitioning to 24/7 enforcement.

All visitors must pay to park after hours

As a first step in Stanford’s effort to facilitate the safe return of teaching and research, visitor parking spaces were temporarily removed from the campus core as part of the campus zones program. 

Stanford visitors, including those visiting residents, have two options:

Please note that posted time limits in visitor parking areas still apply. 

Additional resources

We have developed resources to help you as Stanford transitions to 24/7 enforcement:

We are available to assist you

We understand that individuals may have unique circumstances and needs or may need assistance navigating this transition. Please be assured that our staff are available from 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday, to assist you in English and Spanish.

If you have questions or need assistance, please use the following contacts:

Sours: https://transportation.stanford.edu/news/what-night-and-weekend-parking-enforcement-means-you

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