*Please refer to the Parking Rules and Regulations Link for the complete version of the CSU Maritime Academy Parking Rules and Regulations.
Parking lots designated for employees are Lots A and C. Employee parking lots are restricted for use.
Employee permits are honored in all lots with the exception of student Lots E and F. However, specific restrictions may apply.
Lot "O" will be used for additional overflow parking during daylight hours. Lot "O" will also be used for larger campus events requiring additional parking. There is no overnight parking in lot "O". Any valid CSUM parking permit will be accepted in this lot.
Employees are encouraged to purchase employee permits through payroll deduction. This is an easy way to maintain your permit. The Hang Tag Permits are paid by payroll deduction only. Please contact Human Resources to enroll.
The Hang Tag Scratcher permits can be purchased by the month at any time from The Cashier's Office, and employees can buy more than one month at a time, not to exceed the current fiscal year. They are not payroll deductible for employees. The limit is 12 months or fiscal year end, whichever is shorter.
Gold Hang Tags Scratcher permits can be purchased at any time through The Cashier's Office, and a contractor can buy more than one month at a time, not to exceed the current fiscal year. They are not payroll deductible. Contracted employees pay the "standard" fee for a Hang Tag Scratcher permit.
Employees with valid parking permits may request a single day permit from the Administration Building if they have forgotten their permit. Single Day permits should not be requested for more than three consecutive days.
Two-wheeled vehicles (including mopeds, motor scooters, or any motorized bicycle) required to be licensed by the State Department of Motor Vehicles shall park in designated motorcycle parking spaces/areas in Lots A, B, D, E, and I. At no time shall a motorcycle park in full-size parking stalls intended for use by four (4) wheeled passenger vehicles. Motorcycle decal semester permits must be adhered or taped to the bike's rear fender or front fork. Fees: $20.00 per semester.
As an employee, you are required to familiarize yourself with the CSU Maritime Parking Rules and Regulations.