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Todd Lot
The Todd Lot is reserved for Admissions Visitors from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm on weekdays and Saturdays 8:00 am to 12:00 pm. Valid permits are required weekdays from 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm. Any vehicle found illegally parked in Todd lot during reserved hours is an AUTOMATIC TOW. This lot may also be reserved at other times by special arrangement.
Where Do I Register?
River Campus Parking Office
109 Fauver Stadium

Paid permit holders must park in your assigned lot/zone from 7:30 am to 4:00 pm Monday through Friday. Your permit is valid in any open, unreserved area from 4:00 pm to 7:30 am the following day (parking meters excluded), all day weekends and official University holidays. All other holidays and student breaks are excluded.
What is Needed to Register?
A copy of the vehicle registration is required and all outstanding parking violations must be paid. A student may only register a vehicle that is owned by himself/herself or by a family member. Resident students may park 24/7. Freshman living on campus are not eligible for a parking permit. Those having special circumstances that require a vehicle should address a letter to the River Campus Parking Office explaining their special needs. Permits are issued with residential student class seniority taken into consideration. Students living off campus are offered commuter parking permits for the Park Lot area. This is not an overnight lot. Permit holders must park in your assigned lot/zone from 7:30 am to 4:00 pm Monday through Friday. Your permit is valid in any open, unreserved area from 4:00 pm to 7:30 am the following day, all day weekends and official University holidays. All other holidays and student breaks are excluded.
What Payment Methods Are Accepted?
Cash/Check/Mastercard/Visa/Discover/Payroll Deduction for full & part-time employees
What are the Costs for a Permit?
Rates for Lots shown in RC Rates
Additional vehicles are $10/annually
Where Do I Park?
Paid permit holders must park in your assigned lot/zone from 7:30 am to 4:00 pm Monday through Friday. Your permit is valid in any open, unreserved area from 4:00 pm to 7:30 am the following day (parking meters excluded), all day weekends and official University holidays. All other holidays and student breaks are excluded.
What if My Lot is Full?
Upon confirmation by parking personnel that lots are full, the River Campus Parking Office will assign an overflow location should your lot/zone be filled.
Alternate Permits
Resident students CANNOT purchase an alternate decal.
Limited Use Permits
Special use permits for housing areas (University Park, Whipple Park, Goler House) are only good for the area specified on the permit and are not valid in any other area at the University of Rochester.
Motorcycle Permits|
Motorcycles must be registered with the River Campus Parking Office and are permitted in motorcycle designated parking areas only. A yearly registration fee is required and a permit must be displayed.
Replacement Permit
There is a $20.00 fee for a permit that is not returned. Replacement permits are issued when the vehicle for which a permit has been assigned is replaced. Remove as much of your parking permit from your old vehicle as possible and bring it to the RC Parking Office in exchange for a new one.
Cross-Campus Privileges
River Campus permit holders may park in Lot 1 in a 2nd or 3rd row space when attending a daytime meeting or training session at the Medical Center. Weekdays, during non-business hours, registered River Campus permit holders may also park in Lots A, 1, 2 and 4. Please note the visitor lots are not to be used for meetings or training sessions.
Occasional Parking
If you utilize alternative means of transportation to and from the University (e.g. walking, bicycling, public transportation, etc.), you qualify for the Occasional Parking Program. This program permits you to bring a vehicle to work two times per month. Permits will be provided free of charge.
Lot/Zone Transfer Requests
Requests are processed on a first requested/first transferred basis as space allows under current lot capacity.
Bicycles
Bicycle racks are located throughout the University. Bicycles may not be parked next to sign posts, trees, light poles or handrails, and are not allowed to be brought into University buildings.
What If I Get a Flat Tire or Need a Jump?
Upon request, the Parking Office will provide jump starts, tire inflation and lock deicer. If you need assistance, you may call the RC Parking Office at 275.3983. After hours, please contact Security 275.3333 (x13 for an emergency). Blue Light Emergency Phones are located throughout the Campuses and in the parking areas.
What If I Get a Parking Ticket?
Parking fines may be paid at the River Campus Parking Office with cash, Visa, MC, or Discover, money order or personal check. Appeals of parking violations must be received within 10 days of the date the violation was issued.
How Do I Appeal a Ticket?
Appeals can be submitted on-line at www.rochester.edu/parking or at the appropriate Parking Office. Appeals of parking violations must be received within 10 days of the date the violation was issued. Qualifying appeals will be given to the parking committee for review. A notification will be sent out on the results of an appeal either by email or mail.
How Do I Cancel a Parking Permit?
There is a $20.00 fee if the permit is not returned. Remove as much of the permit as possible from your vehicle and return it to the RC Parking Office. Refunds will be calculated based upon the date of return of the permit.