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Campus Residents:

Parking

Need a spot near your apartment?  Have a guest coming to visit?  Find out all the details about parking availability, permits, and safety.

Resident

Parking Permits:

You must have a parking permit to park your vehicle(s) on Seminary property, so get your permit(s) now before our security team begins issuing tickets.  Permits are available at the information reception desk during the hours of 8:30-12pm and 1-4pm

 

The permit will be issued immediately.  This year’s permit is a sticker that must be affixed to the inside of the front windshield in the lower right/passenger-side corner. 

 

  • Permits are not transferable from one vehicle to another.

  • Permits are provided to campus residents (up to two per family) as part of monthly rent for no additional fee.  There is a $20 fee if a third sticker is needed.

  • The permits are color-coded: Faculty/Staff – blue background with white printing; Students (non-campus residents) – dark green background with white printing; Campus Residents – gold background with white printing

  • Permits are valid for the 2018-19 academic year, only.

  • Students, residents, faculty and staff are expected to follow the Seminary Parking Policies. A complete, updated explanation of Seminary permit and parking lot policies can be found here: denverseminary.edu/parking

Guest

Parking:

Please remember to let your guests know where to park.  Make sure your guest does not accidentally park in the residents’ reserved spaces or their vehicle may be towed.  Direct them to Lot C after 5pm on weekdays or any lot on weekends.

 

You can obtain a temporary guest parking permit at the COG front desk (the first office to your right in the Anita Graber Administration Building) for any guests who are visiting for a few days. A paper permit must be displayed on the dashboard which will allow them to park in DenSem lots.

 

Contact Jay Stimson if you have any questions.

Resident

Parking Permits:

You must have a parking permit to park your vehicle(s) on Seminary property, so get your permit(s) now before our security team begins issuing tickets.  Permits are available at the information reception desk during the hours of 8:30-12pm and 1-4pm

 

The permit will be issued immediately.  This year’s permit is a sticker that must be affixed to the inside of the front windshield in the lower right/passenger-side corner. 

 

  • Permits are not transferable from one vehicle to another.

  • Permits are provided to campus residents (up to two per family) as part of monthly rent for no additional fee.  There is a $20 fee if a third sticker is needed.

  • The permits are color-coded: Faculty/Staff – blue background with white printing; Students (non-campus residents) – dark green background with white printing; Campus Residents – gold background with white printing

  • Permits are valid for the 2018-19 academic year, only.

  • Students, residents, faculty and staff are expected to follow the Seminary Parking Policies. A complete, updated explanation of Seminary permit and parking lot policies can be found here: denverseminary.edu/parking

Guest

Parking:

​Please remember to let your guests know where to park.  Make sure your guest does not accidentally park in the residents’ reserved spaces or their vehicle may be towed.  Direct them to Lot C after 5pm on weekdays or any lot on weekends.

 

You can obtain a temporary guest parking permit at the COG front desk (the first office to your right in the Anita Graber Administration Building) for any guests who are visiting for a few days. A paper permit must be displayed on the dashboard which will allow them to park in DenSem lots.

 

Contact Jay Stimson if you have any questions.

Can I share a parking spot/permit with my roommate?

Yes, roommates will often work out how to share their designated parking lot by dividing who gets to use the spot on certain days of the week or switching off weeks or months.

What if my family has more than one car?

Permits are provided to campus residents (up to two per family) as part of monthly rent for no additional fee. There is a $20 fee if a third sticker is needed. Please park your second or third cars in Lot C.

Can I temporarily park in a fire lane?

What if you need to unload groceries, drop the kids off, or are moving things into your new place?

 

You can park temporarily, but please:

 

  1. Turn off your vehicle engine.

  2. Turn on your emergency flashers.

 

If left unattended without the emergency flashers on, a vehicle is subject to a fire lane violation ticket and towing.

 

There is also a temporary parking space for unloading on the east side of Buildings 3 & 4.