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Post Date: March 13, 2014:
Attention: System Upgrade
Online permit sales and citation payments will be unavailable through OneStop on Friday, March 14, 2014 due to an upgrade to the Touchnet Payment Gateway system. These services will still be available in person at either the main campus office or our satellite office on the Health Sciences campus.
Appeals may still be submitted online and customer information (email, phone number, vehicles, etc.) will also still be accessible.
All online services should be back up and running as normal by Saturday, March 15, 2014. Thank you for your patience during this transition.
Post Date: March 4, 2014:
Attention: C Permit Holders - Spring Career Fair and Spring Education Fair
The Spring Career Fair and Spring Education Fair will both take place on Thursday, March 20, 2014. The Spring Education Fair will be from 8am - 10:30am and the Spring Career Fair will be from 1pm - 4pm, both at Minges Coliseum. Students attending these Career Fairs will park where their permit normally allows and/or make arrangements to ride ECU Transit.
The event is expected to have a large attendance. Students, Faculty and Staff should expect heavier than normal traffic flow and increased parking demand between 8am - 5pm that day. Some parking zones will be used for employer parking and material drop off. Please be aware that parking availability will be minimal in many areas. Overflow parking will be available in lot AC-5 and AC-10 off Berkley Road and Fieldside Drive.
For a map of parking areas please click on the General parking map on the menu to the right under 'Helpful Links'. A map of the area has also been provided below by Johnnie Eastwood.
Thank you for your cooperation during this busy time.
Post Date: March 3, 2014:
City of Greenville Parking Zones and ECU Parking Zones
The City of Greenville and East Carolina University have both adopted similar zoned parking systems, which can be confusing to anyone who is not aware of the distinctive differences.
Listed below are some guidelines to follow to help recognize an ECU parking zone from a City of Greenville parking zone:
- All of the signs/permits for ECU zones have a letter AND a number (i.e. A1, A2, A3, B1, B2, etc) posted on them. The City of Greenville only has a single letter (i.e. A, B, C) for their zones posted on their signs. ECU zoned parking spaces are within actual parking lots that have an official ECU sign at the entrance that is color coded to the type of zone it’s for (i.e. purple, blue, yellow).
- The City of Greenville's parking zones include parallel parking such as those lining streets like 1st Street or in the residential, side streets off 5th Street. The City of Greenville's parking zone signs are much smaller than ECU's signs, are red and white, and have ‘No Parking’ at the top followed by which permit can still park there during certain hours. The City of Greenville also has green and white, 2 hour parking signs, whereas ECU does not have exclusive 2 hour parking signs.
For more information about parking in the City of Greenville, you can visit their website: Parking in the City of Greenville. If you have questions about whether or not an area is ECU owned, then you can call ECU Parking and Transportation at 328-6294 or email us at email@example.com.