Sep 05, 2017 Enforcement of zone parking rules has begun. Enforcement hours are 7:30 am to 5:30 pm Monday – Friday. During weekends and holidays, individuals with hangtags or decals for motorcycles may park in any legal space. Affiliated individuals (students, employees, contractors) who have not paid their parking fees and obtained a 2017-18 permit will be subject to a citation. Affiliated persons who haven’t paid their parking fees should not use the Visitor spaces around campus. Enforcement officers will be paying attention to these and citing as needed. The W-27 Lot (Charger Park Lot), which was divided into a Commuter plus Faculty and Staff zone and a SEH/FSR/CGV Resident zone will be converted to a Commuter Only lot. Commuters may park anywhere in the Charge Park Lot beginning today. Signage will be installed shortly. Effective immediately, residents of Southeast Campus Housing, Fraternity/Sorority Row, and Charger Village parking in the IMF (parking deck) must use the top level and the ramp leading to the top level as marked with signage. Additional parking is in the surface lot located behind and next to the Southeast Campus Housing units. From 7:30 am – 5:30 pm, Monday through Friday, Resident Students are required to leave their vehicles parked in their assigned residence hall lots during zone enforcement periods. Commuters with classes in Wilson Hall, Morton Hall, and The Business Administration Building, and others with a valid permit may park in Executive Plaza, which is located directly across Sparkman Drive from The Bevill Center. For those choosing this option, please avoid parking in the spaces directly in front of the tenant businesses. UAH took ownership of this property in the past few days. Signage should be in place soon to guide those using Executive Plaza parking better. Updates can also be viewed by way of the online campus parking map as these adjustments are completed and implemented. If you have questions, please contact the Parking Management Office at 256-824-6594 or via email at Parking.uah.edu.