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Parking Rules

  • All Howard University parking lots are reserved for registered permit holders only.
  • A valid hangtag must be properly displayed (striped side forward) on the registered vehicle's rear view mirror AT ALL TIMES when parked on a Howard University parking lot.
  • Parking permits and parking hangtags MAY NOT be altered. Violators will loose their University parking privileges.
  • Patrons will be charged $25.00 to replace lost parking permits or parking hangtags.
  • Patrons must provide VALID and ACCURATE information on the parking registration application.
  • Patrons must notify the Parking Office of ANY CHANGES affecting their registered vehicle(s).
  • All rental and temporary use vehicles must be registered with the Parking Office to be eligible to park on a University Parking Lot.
  • All patrons must personally apply and sign for a parking permit.
  • Patrons conducting official University business on any of the University campuses, must notify the Parking Office BEFORE requesting to use an unassigned lot.
  • Host patrons must notify the Parking Office PRIOR to the arrival of guests and visitors who will need parking accommodations. Failure to do so may result in the issuance of a parking citation.
  • Parking in unassigned lots, reserved spaces, fire lanes, and emergency access lanes WILL RESULT in a parking citation and/or towing.
  • University parking citations must be paid within 30 CALENDAR DAYS of the date of issue.
  • Unpaid parking citations IN EXCESS OF 30 CALENDAR DAYS will be subject to an ADDITIONAL $10.00 FINE, booting and/or towing of vehicle.
  • All citations may be appealed AFTER the fine has been paid. Approved appeals will result in the reimbursement of any imposed fine.

All Howard University parking rules, policies and procedures will be enforced. Failure to comply may result in fines, booting and/or towing of vehicles. Your cooperation is greatly appreciated.

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