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A Zone Permit Changes

    Parking & Transportation will be making a change in eligibility for A Zone Permits beginning in the upcoming 2010-2011 fiscal year.  With the number of faculty and staff on the Main Campus A Zone Wait List (currently over 400 individuals) and the increasing number of faculty and staff who have A Zone permits on both campuses who are housed in off-campus locations which do not require an A Zone permit, we have decided to make the following changes:

  • “A” Permits will only be sold to qualifying individuals in the following areas:
    • A1 permits will be assigned to individuals whose main office location is on the core of Main Campus.
    • A3 permits will be assigned to individuals whose main office location is at the Brody School of Medicine, Health Sciences Steam Plant or the ADI Building.
    • A5 permits will be assigned to individuals whose main office location is at the Laupus Allied Health and Nursing Building or the Health Sciences Steam Plant.
    • A7 permits are assigned to individuals whose main office location is either the Warren Life Sciences Building or the East Carolina Heart Institute.

 

  • A database containing the names of those individuals who had a 2009-2010 A Zone Permit but did not renew due to change will be created so that anyone who is relocated to an office in one of the areas listed above will automatically receive an A Zone Permit.

 

  • Parking & Transportation Services currently Issues Courtesy Parking Permits to departments that are located off core campus so that individuals attending functions on core campuses may use to park in an A Zone while being used in conjunction with a valid parking permit.
    • Assistant Vice Chancellors, Associate/Assistant Deans, Chairs, Directors, and staff within units considered part of the Chancellor’s Office (e.g. internal auditors, university attorneys, etc.) may request a Courtesy Permit be assigned to them individually instead of utilizing permits assigned to the department.
    • The Parking Control Officers perform continual data collection on Courtesy Permit usage in order to determine any potential misuse of temporary permits.