FAQs Regarding Current Social Media Concerns 8/20/2016:
Q: Are parking permits still available?
A: There are permits available at every level as of Friday August 19, 2016. Contact our office if you have any issues with purchasing a permit.
Q: Where can I find out how much permits cost and who can buy them?
Q: If I get the remote permit, how do I get to campus?
A: Shuttles run regularly to the remote lots. If you need to get there after hours, use E-Ride.
Q: Is there metered parking?
A: There is “first come first served” metered parking located on Highland Street and West Sycamore Street.
Q: Do visitors need to pay for parking?
A: Yes, visitors may park at our meters, purchase a visitor permit, or park at the Union Circle Garage. Click here for visitor information.
Q: What are you doing to ensure the safety of students?
A: The remote lots are well lighted, police patrol regularly after dark, and there are emergency phones located in the lot. We are working on a tracking system for busses and video surveillance. We will provide more information as we progress.
Q: Will motorcycle parking still be available?
A: Yes. Motorcycle parking remains the same.
Have questions? Contact the UNT Transportation Office:
Phone: 940-565-3020 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Frequently Asked Questions:
I am a visitor to the UNT Campus; do I need to pay for Parking?
Yes, visitors may park at our meters, purchase a visitor permit, or park at one of the two public parking garages, Highland Street Garage and Union Circle Garage. Click here for visitor information.
If I am a Student/Faculty/Staff member without a parking permit, where can I park on campus?
A day pass is available at the UNT Parking office or online for $5 per day, parking meters on both Highland and West Sycamore Streets cost $1 per hour, or you may park at the Union Circle Garage click here for garage rates. The Union Circle garage is credit card only, and is located at Union Circle Drive and Welch St.
Click here for a map to the PTS offices
Students, Faculty, and Staff of UNT may also purchase an annual parking permit that is valid for each academic year, and may be purchased online at transportation.unt.edu. A Permit is required to park on UNT’s Campus.
Where is the UNT Parking office located?
The entrance to the garage is located at 620 Central Avenue, Denton, Texas, 76201. 20-Minute parking is available on Ave A. The entrance to the Parking Office on the west side of the garage directly across from the Business Leadership Building.
When is the UNT Parking office open?
The normal office hours are from 7:30am to 5:00pm, Monday through Friday.
Do you have a map of UNT’s Campus?
Of course! A map of available parking on Campus can be found at http://transportation.unt.edu/maps.html
Where are parking meters located on campus?
Please refer to the Map of Campus located at http://transportation.unt.edu/maps.html. The meters are indicated by Black Diamonds, as noted in the Map Legend. Campus meters are located on Highland Street and West Sycamore Street.
How do the Parking Garages work?
UNT has one public access garage - Union Circle Garage. Click here for current garage parking rates and information. Students and Faculty and Staff may purchase a Highland Street Garage contract for the semester or the year at the UNT Parking office.
What do I do if I’m driving a rental car?
If you own a UNT Parking Permit, you can transfer the permit from your regular vehicle to the rental car; the sticker is made to move from one vehicle to another. If you do not have a UNT parking permit, you will need to purchase a temporary day pass from the UNT Parking office, or pay to park at an hourly parking meter or in one of the parking garages.
Can I move my permit between vehicles?
If you own a UNT Parking Permit, you can transfer the permit from your regular vehicle to another vehicle you own; the sticker is made to move from one vehicle to another. You will need to register your second/other vehicle at transportation.unt.edu , click on “manage my account” and then “add a vehicle”.
How do I register a second vehicle?
If you have two or more vehicles you will be driving to campus, you will need to register your second/other vehicle at transportation.unt.edu. Click on- “manage my account” and then “add a vehicle”.
Where do I go if I get a citation? What are my options?
If you receive a citation, you may pay or appeal the citation online at transportation.unt.edu.
To pay in person, please stop by our office at
620 Central Avenue,
Denton, Texas, 76201
We are located on the first floor of the Highland Street Parking Garage; the entrance to the Parking Office is on the west side of the garage directly across from the Business Leadership Building.
You may also mail payment to our office address, which is:
UNT Parking and Transportation Services
Sullivant Public Safety Center
1700 Wilshire Street DENTON, TX, 76201-6572
My permit hasn’t come in the mail, and my temporary Permit has expired, what do I do?
Please bring your student ID to the UNT Parking office, located on the first floor of the Highland Street Parking Garage, the entrance to the Parking Office is on the west side of the garage directly across from the Business Leadership Building. We will be able to help you get a replacement permit. Please park in the Highland Street Parking Garage, will validate your parking.
I cannot purchase a permit online, what do I do?
Please bring your student, Faculty, or Staff ID to the UNT Parking office, located on the first floor of the Highland Street Parking Garage, just east of the Business Leadership Building. 20-minute parking on Ave A is available.
How can I contact the UNT Parking Office?
Phone: 940-565-3020 or Email: email@example.com