Parking Information and Daily Permits
Daily Parking Permits may also be purchased once you arrive on campus from a parking permit dispenser or from one of the Information Booths. Generally, at least one information booth is open between the hours of 7:00 a.m - 9:00 p.m. Sunday - Saturday.
Information Booth #1, located on Lindley Avenue off Nordhoff Street.
Information Booth #2, located on Prairie Street off Darby Avenue.
Information Booth #3, located off of Zelzah Avenue and Prairie Street.
Where to Buy a Semester or Annual Parking Permit
Newly hired employees must purchase a semester or annual parking permit whether online or at the CSUN Parking Office, located in the Police Services Building at the corner of Darby Avenue and Prairie Street. Employees must present both an employee photo ID (with a valid ID number) and a current semester sticker issued by their department or Human Resources. Without this information, parking permits will not be issued.
Eligible employees may enroll in a monthly payroll deduction after purchasing the first month at the CSUN Parking Office. You must be a full-time permanent employee and receive 12 paychecks a year. (To cancel your payroll deduction, please return the original parking permit to the CSUN Parking Office. Parking and Transportation will then notify Sacramento to remove the monthly deduction amount from your pay warrant.)
Employee Parking Fees
SEMESTER: (Fall or Spring) Per Semester:
Bargaining Unit: 1 $ 189.00
Bargaining Units: 2, 5, 7, & 9 $ 72.29
Bargaining Unit: 3 $ 69.29
Bargaining Unit: 4 $ 184.50
Bargaining Units: 6, 8, 11, C99, E99 & M80 $ 198.00
MOTORCYCLE PARKING PER SEMESTER: (Fall,Spring, and Summer) Per Semester:
Bargaining Units: 1 $ 55.00
Bargaining Units: 2, 5, 7, & 9 $ 50.50
Bargaining Unit: 3 $ 46.00
Bargaining Unit 4 $ 55.00
Bargaining Units: 6, 8, 11, C99, E99 & M80 $ 64.00
No physical permit will be issued, motorcycles or mopeds must be registered at the Parking Office. Valid DMV registration is needed at the time of registering your motorcycle or moped. Registration is tracked by way of the motorcycle or moped license plate number. These vehicles must park in motorcycle stalls only.
Daily Permits for Motorcycles or Mopeds can only be purchased at the Information Booths. No physical permit will be provided, registration is tracked by way of the motorcycle or moped license plate number. These vehicles must park in motorcycle stalls only.
Never Received Parking Permit
If you are on payroll deduction and do not receive a renewal permit with your August pay warrant, please contact Parking and Transportation Services for immediate assistance.
Where to Display Vehicle Parking Permits
The parking permit must be clearly visible from outside of the vehicle.
To be valid, the parking permit must be affixed to the vehicle front inside windshield, lower corner, passenger side, while parked at CSUN.
The entire permit must be visible including serial number and security features.
To be valid, Semester and Annual permits must be affixed to the vehicle front inside windshield, lower corner, passenger side, while parked at CSUN. The entire permit must be visible including serial number and security features. The repositionable permits can be easily moved. To move these permits, lift any corner and gently pull away from the inside of the windshield.
Daily Student Parking Permits are only valid in student parking lots. The permit must be placed face up on the dashboard making sure that the entire permit is visible.
Lost or Stolen Parking Permit
All lost or stolen CSUN Semester, Academic Year, or Annual parking permits must be reported in person at the Parking Office.
There is a $10.00 replacement fee for all lost or stolen permit reports.
Permits will be replaced only one time at the fee of $10.00 dollars. If a permit is lost or stolen more than once during its valid period it may be replaced a second or third time at the prorated value.
The use of a lost, stolen, or altered parking permit is a misdemeanor under California Vehicle Code(CVC 21113 (A)). Vehicles displaying a permit that has been reported lost or stolen are subject to immobilization or towing.
Please read and heed the parking instructions below or call the Parking Office.
1. Parking permits are required at all times in all areas of campus. All persons using our parking facilities are to park in designated parking areas and spaces and, to purchase the appropriate parking permit before parking in designated areas and spaces.
2. A designated parking space is formed between (2) painted parallel lines. Unless the space is so defined,
it is not a designated parking space.
3. Provisions of California Vehicle Code are enforced on the campus.
4. CURB COLORS ARE ENFORCED.
BLUE - Disabled Permit/Placard Required
RED - No Parking
YELLOW - Loading/Unloading Zone