Visitor Parking Regulations
All vehicles parked on the University of Georgia campus must display a valid permit
issued by the Department of Parking Services with the exception of vehicles operated
by visitors and invited guests that are parked in designated visitor parking.
Visitors may park in any pay lot or pay deck. Visitor lots are represented by the
yellow P on the lot or facility sign. There are a total of 6 pay facilities and
2 pay per use machines on campus. All parking deck pay facilities currently accept credit cards. Visit Parking Services located at the Joe Frank Harris Commons building
for more information or if you have any questions. Business hours are 7:30a.m. –
5:00p.m. (M-F). Direct inquiries to a Customer Advocate at 706-542-PARK (7275).
See the Visitor Parking Map for deck/lot locations.
Enforced Monday - Friday, (Please Refer to the Enforcement
Hours Map for more details).
No Permit Required
Designated Visitor Parking Zones:
- South Campus Parking Deck
- North Campus Parking Deck
- Tate Center Parking Deck
- East Campus Parking Deck
- Performing Arts Center Parking Deck
- Carlton Street Parking Deck
Please refer to the Parking Map for directions to specific parking locations on campus.
Visitor parking rates area as follow:
31 - 60 Minutes
Each Additional Hour
Maximum Daily Fee
Visitors to campus have three convenient options available for paying for parking Payment methods include cash or check (credit cards accepted at specific locations, please inquire).
Unauthorized Parking Zones
- Fire Lane Zone
- Service Vehicle Space
- Permitted parking spaces only
- Loading Zones
- All spaces restricted by signage
The fine for unauthorized parking in student, faculty or staff parking zones is $40.00.
Visitors with Disabilities Parking
- During enforcement hours both a UGA permit and state issued handicap placard or
license plate must be displayed to utilize disabled spaces. Visitors with disability
permits must use pay lots where there are disability designated spaces.
- After enforcement hours, disability permits must be displayed to utilize disability
- Any visitor may use Campus Transit to travel to their destination. The routes are
available on the Campus Transit
website or by calling 706-369-6220.