What you need to know


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Voter parking

Texas A&M University will be hosting early voting and Election Day voting on campus beginning Monday, Oct. 18.

Complimentary 1-hour parking is provided during voting hours at Gene Stallings Blvd. Garage (SBG).

Additional info, including dates and voting locations, is available on our voter parking page.

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Gene Stallings Blvd. Garage

Live Garage Availability

CCG Central Campus Garage 304
PRG Polo Road Garage 285
SBG Stallings Blvd Garage 372
UCG University Center Garage 403
WCG West Campus Garage 245

Parking Permit Updates

Lost/Stolen Parking Permit Process

To report your access device as lost or stolen, please download our Lost/Stolen form, fill it out, and email it to parking@tamu.edu along with a photo copy of your Texas A&M, Blinn or RELLIS ID.

Your access device will be filed Lost/Stolen and your new access device will be mailed to you. You may login to your My Parking Account to use the barcode located at the bottom of the home page for gate access until your new access device arrives in the mail.

We will also include the directions and information in the response we send them that the permit has been filed Lost/Stolen.

Parking Permit Returns and Refunds

College Station campus

To return your permit electronically, email parking@tamu.edu with the following information:

  • Photo of your current Texas A&M ID
  • Confirmation that you are returning your permit (include the lot or garage it’s for)
  • NOTE: If you return your permit, you will retain your priority based upon your classification as a student or employee, but you will no longer receive higher priority as a current permit holder when registering for parking for the following academic year.

NOTE: If you return your permit, you will retain your priority based upon your classification as a student or employee, but you will no longer receive higher priority as a current permit holder when registering for parking for the 2020-2021 academic year.

Transportation Services receives prestigious designation

Texas A&M Transportation Services earned status as an Accredited Parking Organization (APO) with Distinction by the International Parking Institute, becoming one of the first in the nation to do so. The APO is a designation for parking organizations that recognizes best practices in responsible parking management and operations, customer service, professional development, safety and security.

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