Visitor Parking at UVM
There is no free parking on the UVM campus. Visitors must pay at a Pay Station or a Parking Meter, or may purchase a temporary Parking Permit from the Transportation and Parking office, which is open from 7:30am to 4:00pm.
The term "visitor" is defined as any person who is not registered or pre-registered for classes and is not employed or temporarily employed by the University.
Designated daytime visitor areas include a Pay-and-Display station at the College St. Visitor Lot located near the intersection of College and South Prospect Streets. Pay-by-Space station; adjacent to PFG Complex and Gutterson Fieldhouse, and the Jeffords Building.
Visitors may utilize meters available in zoned parking areas and metered areas; Davis Center oval, Trinity Campus and Blundell House. Parking beyond maximum time limit posted on meter is prohibited. Meters specifically designated for Fleming Museum visitors require a special permit obtained from the Museum.
Parking for Guests of University Departments
If the visit is on UVM business, a hosting UVM department can purchase temporary Parking Permits for visitors, which must be displayed in the visitor's vehicle. Alternately, the hosting UVM department can arrange for their guests to use a Visitor Code (sometimes also referred to as a "validation code") to use in the Pay Station lots; subsequent charges will be sent to the hosting UVM department. The rates at pay stations are $1.00 per hour or $8.00 per day.
University departments may order permits through the Visitor Permit Request Form. Visitor permit parking rates are: $1.50 per hour or $12.00 per day for Green. White and Brown zone permits are $1.00/hr or $8.00/day. Visitor day passes may be purchased from our office at 38 Fletcher Place.
Note: With few exceptions, visitors to the Given area will be directed to the Gutterson Lot.
Temporary Parking Permit Types