IMPORTANT CHANGES FOR THE 2016-17 PERMIT YEAR
In an effort to meet the heightened parking demands on campus, this application process has been established for service providers, vendors and contractors. All applications will be reviewed by university officials with Compass Group (SSC), Utilities & Energy Services (UES) and Engineering, Design and Construction Services (EDCS) to determine the type and number of permits to be issued. Additionally, it will be the responsibility of the contractor to arrange parking for their subcontractors. For applications from companies that work in the capacity of both service providers and contractor, it is possible an appropriate number of permits from each category may be approved.
We offer 4 types of permits:
Vendor permits are sold to employees of companies selling products and services to departments or individuals on campus. Faculty, staff and students are not eligible for Vendor Permits. Vendor Permits are valid in the areas highlighted on the Vendor Parking Map and the cost is $292 each (plus tax).
Service permits are sold to companies contracted by the university to work on equipment or facilities on campus. Faculty, staff and students are not eligible for Service Permits. The cost is $292 each (plus tax). Services Permits are valid in the areas highlighted on the Service Parking Map which also include:
Construction/Contractor permits are sold to companies contracted by the university to complete construction projects on campus. These permits are valid in the areas highlighted on the Construction/Contractor Map and specifically do not include service spaces or loading spaces. The cost is $292 each (plus tax).
This permit will allow parking on a designated portion of Fan Field, located on West Campus, at a reduced price. This permit is valid in the area highlighted on the Fan Field Map only. This reduced price permit also has reduced value. The parking location is remote from the main campus and is constructed of crushed concrete. The cost is $200 each (plus tax).
Maintenance permits authorize additional parking access for individuals that work on facilities and/or equipment on campus. The Maintenance permit must be used in conjunction with a valid Texas A&M parking permit and authorizes parking in the areas indicated on the Maintenance Parking Map.