Welcome to the Parking Office!

Parking on the Colorado College campus is limited and in great demand. While the College does all it can to provide adequate parking, being a residential campus in the downtown community often make parking a challenge. Parking is a scarce resource and there is not enough parking for is limited to on-campus residential parking for second, third, and fourth-year students, staff, and faculty.  

Our goal is to help to provide and maintain a safe and secure environment where academic pursuits may flourish in accordance with the established goals of CC. This goal is accomplished by providing parking to the community through the management and maintenance of parking facilities and providing safe transport of our most important resource (people) from far parking lots to campus.

Our campus is private property, and the college determines all motor vehicle regulations.  Our parking regulations help ensure a fair and orderly system for all who operate or park vehicles on our campus. These regulations also help ensure emergency vehicles and service vehicles have immediate access to all campus locations. Voluntary compliance is encouraged; however, individuals who show disregard for CC parking regulations will receive appropriate citations. Violations will be distributed when vehicles are not parked according to college regulations. Repeated violations may result in immobilization of a vehicle, towing without notice, loss of parking privileges, and/or a referral to conduct. 

Parking lots are permit required and enforced 24 hours a day, seven days a week, including block breaks AND weekends, so please be sure your vehicle is in its assigned lot with your hang tag visible.

Our staff stands ready to assist you with all your parking and transportation needs and our objective is to provide the best customer service possible to every individual we serve. 

For the 22-23 Academic Year, Vehicle and Permit Registration will open for Staff/Faculty on Monday, August 15, and on Monday, August 22 for Students (Sophomore, Juniors, and Seniors only). 

  •  Parking Permit Lot/Street Options.
  • Reminder: Permits are designated by SPECIFIC Lots and Street Area/Zone and are NOT UNIVERSAL PERMITS.
  • Parking permits are a scarce resource, not everyone will receive one (permits will be issued, first come, first serve, until gone).
  • Please note, parking options are not always close in proximity to your residence and/or building, so please be understanding

2022-2023 Academic Year Updates

All you need to know about Parking:

  • Parking will be enforced year-round, during the academic year, block breaks, holiday breaks, and summer. Permits will be valid from Sept 1 - August 31. 
  • All vehicles must be registered to the Parking Office, regardless if a permit is obtained.
  • Vehicles Immobilized through the Parking Office if there are 5 or more citations received.
  • Citations Fees have changed, see revised rate sheet
  • Permit Fees have changed, Robson Parking Garage permits will be the same price as any other on-campus lot; street permits will now have fees and have a new permit design that will be distributed annually; replacement fees for any permit will cost $75.
  • For hosting events on campus, they will need to provide information for their guest parking plan, please work with the Parking Office in advance. When reserving space through the Events Management Portal, you will indicate if you need Event Parking accommodations. 
  • Parking appeals will be reviewed by a Parking Appeals committee, blockly. Additional information is posted on the website.
  • If you have any outstanding parking citations, please pay your citations. You can pay your citations online.
  • If you DO NOT resolve your outstanding parking citations, you will not be eligible to register your vehicle for a parking permit for the next academic year. Student citations will be billed to student accounts on a monthly basis. 
  • If you received a ticket for parking on the streets, those tickets are municipal tickets and must be resolved directly with the City Court House.

Summer 2023 Parking:

  • You are required to have a valid parking permit during summer.
  • If you purchase an annual parking permit, it will expire on 8/31/23.
  • If you didn't purchase a yearly parking permit and will be here during block breaks and/or over summer, you can purchase blockly permits, to avoid ticketing. 
  • If you are not going to be here for summer blocks, you cannot leave your vehicle parked and unattended over the summer.

For questions, please email Parking@coloradocollege.edu.  

General Parking Office Info

The Parking Office is located at 219 E. Uintah Street.  Helpful information: 

  • IF YOU ARE A NEW EMPLOYEE and/or YOUR DEPARTMENT IS EXPECTING A NEW EMPLOYEE, please have them email parking@coloradocollege.edu  to request information on available permit options.
  • VISITOR/TEMPORARY PARKING Permits can be purchased by Departments, using a Department FOAP, 25 scratch-off hangtags for $35. Paid Visitor Parking is only valid in the Robson Parking Garage, first floor.   
  • Accessibility Parking: Vehicles with a valid DMV issued accessibility placard are still required to purchase a parking permit for campus. 
  • STUDENTS: If you need accommodations, please contact the Accessibility Resources Office: AccessibilityResources@ColoradoCollege.edu
  • STAFF/FACULTY: If you need accommodations, please contact the Human Resources Office: HR@ColoradoCollege.edu

Contact Us

Parking

For all other questions, pay a ticket or make an appointment, please email parking@coloradocollege.edu
Report an issue - Last updated: 09/22/2022