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News and Updates
Stadium permit holders must move their vehicles for 2020 home football games.
Vehicles need to be moved from the Stadium and Iowa State Center Lots the night before each home football game by midnight. Any vehicles remaining in those lots will be ticketed and towed. For additional information on where to move your vehicle, check our ISU Weekend Parking Map. Remember to read signs carefully as some individually signed spaces and meters are enforced all hours everyday. Click here to see the current 2020 ISU football season schedule. If you have further questions, please contact the parking division office.
Parking Permits purchased after August 15 are available for pick up at ISU Parking Division Office
If you purchased a permit online after August 15, you may stop by the Parking Division Office during office hours to pick up your permit. We will continue to deliver permits to the Vet Med location daily. If you are unable to visit during office hours, please call 515-294-3388 or email email@example.com to make other arrangements.
Students can begin to purchase parking permits over the counter at the Parking Division office in August. The parking permit location will depend on availability.
Permit for Faculty and Staff are still available for purchase online through AccessPlus. Permit rates did not change for the fiscal year that began July 1. Departments can renew permits on the Parking website through ISU Departmental Permits.
As of July 1, employees who have purchased a 2020-2021 parking permit will be allowed to receive a prorated refund if they do not plan to park on campus. See the Inside Iowa State story for more information.
Parking Office Hours and COVID-19
The parking office hours will be 7:30a.m.-4:00p.m. August 17 until further notice. The office will close at 4:00p.m. to give staff enough time for cleaning. For current office hours click here. Procedures have been put into place to reduce the risk of spreading COVID-19.
Barriers have been installed at the counter to protect customers and employees. Marks have been placed on the ground 6 feet apart to aid in social distancing while customers are in line. Face coverings are required and you are expected to practice social distancing while visiting the front counter. For more information about the Fall Semester and how the university is handling COVID-19, check the 2020-21 Details and Updates & Resources pages.