Taken 1998

I'll see if I can track down the sheet that I've got showing how much parking has gone up over the years.

Year
Annual Permit
1957
$0
1958
$6
1959
$6
Year
A Permit
C Permit
Daily
1990
$64
$30
$2
1993
$86
$62
??
1998
??
??
$3.00
2001
??
??
$4.00
2002
??
??
$5.00
2003
??
??
$6.00
2004
$148
$121
$6.00
2006
$151
$124
$6.00
2008
$151
$124
$6.00
2010
n/a
n/a
$7.00
2013
$163
$136
$8.00

A and C prices are quarterly.

Transportation And Parking Services is in charge of parking on campus.

Taken 2004

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2004-12-18 11:35:29   And be aware that the event parking permits are STRICTLY enforced. My husband had to stop a parking officer from writing him a ticket when he was standing in line to buy a permit! - BevSykes


2004-12-18 17:23   Parking permits were going up a dollar a year for a while. At least they finally settled down this year. TAPS people say you should blame the administration, not them. Even though we have the lowest rates in the UC, it costs way too much. - BrentLaabs


2004-12-19 10:14:06   The funny thing is that TAPS lies about their nighttime enforcement. Does anyone who's ever worked at TAPS know what their REAL enforcement hours are? - JaimeRaba


2004-12-21 00:19:16   BAR [email protected]@@$## - ArlenAbraham


2005-04-04 14:06:02   TAPS enforces Monday thru Friday 7am to 10pm. Yes, there really are people working during all of those hours. On weekends, if there is a special event, they will enforce the lots that they are selling permits in. —GreatWhiteEric


2007-04-18 18:15:57   Isn't charging special events parking a little... wrong somehow? The signs and information clearly states that parking permits are required M-F, with nothing about special events included. It seems like they're just trying to squeeze out every dollar they can by charging on a Saturday. —AllisonEriksen

  • Usually if there is a special event being charged for, signs will be placed in front of the lot a few days prior to the event. If Mondavi Center, for instance, requests that TAPS staff the lots for stuff like vehicle services (like if someone needs a jump start on a dead battery) then TAPS will probably be charging in that lot. —AliceCheng