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Parking Lot Expansion

Do you work or study in Shelby Center, the Optics Building or anywhere near Charger Park? Are you looking for parking? You’re in luck! The parking lot at Charger Park was recently expanded by 200 spaces. With preparation for demolition of Madison Hall slated to begin Tuesday, these new spaces will be put to good use. Parking in front of Madison Hall (west of the building) and one bay of parking on the east side of the building will be removed. The rest of the Shelby Center parking lot will be open until construction actually begins on the new Student Services Building. So please take advantage of the new spaces at Charger Park. 

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Parking Fees and Permit Issuance

All students and employees, (*including part-time staff, adjunct faculty or instructors, temporary and contract employees including those hired through UAH or hired through a temporary employment agency), and others who operate and park a motor vehicle on the campus are required to pay for the privilege, and properly display on their vehicle either a current UAH vehicle parking permit or a temporary parking permit issued by the UAH Police Department’s Parking Management Office. This requirement also applies to persons or organizations that rent, lease, or use office space, labs, or other University facilities, on University property and park a personally-owned or company-owned vehicle on campus. Parking Permits are valid for a one-year period from September 1, 2014, through August 31, 2015.

 *Part-Time staff, Temporary, Adjunct faculty or Instructors, and Contract employees must pay parking fees in person at the Parking Management Office, Monday-Friday from 8:30 AM – 5:00 p.m.

Motor Vehicle Regulations.

Employees* and students may pay their parking fees online by visiting parking.uah.edu.  You may also visit the Parking Management Office in person.  We are located just inside the front entrance of the Police Department which is located in the Intermodal Facility at 501 John Wright Drive, across from the University Fitness Center.

 *Part-Time, Temporary, and Contract employees must pay parking fees in person at the Parking Management Office, Monday-Friday from 8:30 AM – 5:00 p.m.

Methods of Payment

Online Service

Students:  Students who pay their parking fee online may charge the fee to their student account or pay by Mastercard, Visa, or Discover.

Employees:  Full-time employees who pay their parking fee online may authorize payroll deductions or pay by Mastercard, Visa, or Discover.  Part-time, Temporary, and Contract employees must come to the Parking Management Office to pay their parking fees.

In Person

Anyone may come to the Parking Management Office, Monday-Friday from 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM and pay for parking, purchase additional permits, or obtain temporary permits when applicable.  The Parking Management Office accepts cash, checks, credit cards and can arrange for account billing and payroll deduction.

Parking Citations and Moving Violations

Students, Faculty, Staff, and visitors at the University of Alabama in Huntsville are governed by the University’s published Motor Vehicle Regulations and are subject to fines when they incur violations.  The fine amount is a financial obligation owed to UAHuntsville which you are expected to honor.

Violations may be reviewed and paid online at parking.uah.edu or by visiting the Parking Management Office.  Violations are considered delinquent if not paid within 14 days of issuance.  A single citation may contain multiple violations.  Violations may not be paid via bill to student account or through payroll deduction

Appealing a Parking Citation

Students, Faculty, and Staff may appeal a parking citation if they believe they have unjustly received it.  Appeals must be requested within 14 days of citation issuance.  Notice:  Citations are no longer required to be paid in full prior to an appeal being filed.  You may file an appeal by visiting parking.uah.edu and accessing your personal account or by visiting the Parking Management Office in person during regular business hours.  Please see the Motor Vehicle Regulations for more information on the appeals process.

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