In response to the Yolo County Shelter in Place order and the Chancellor's guidance to suspend campus operations in efforts to help control the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus, Transportation Services (TS) is currently closed and a permit is not required to park on campus. Permits with expiration dates after 4/1/20 can be returned for a refund according to the instructions provided on our update page.
Staff and faculty with payroll deducted permits will automatically be issued a refund of any fees paid for April and May parking. Credits will be included on the 5/1 and 6/1/2020 pay dates for monthly paid employees, and on the 5/13/2020 and 5/27/20 pay dates for those who are paid bi-weekly.
Quarter or longer term parking permits may be returned to Transportation Services for a partial refund. The refund will be processed according to the original payment method, and will be calculated by charging the applicable short or long term monthly rate for any portion of each month the permit is held, along with a $15 administrative fee (ie; permits returned on or after the 1st of the month will be charged for the full month). Refunds will not be provided for one-day permits, lost EasyPark units or permit holders, or in instances of permit misuse.
When possible, customers should submit the request one month prior to the desired cancellation date, and will be provided with a temporary permit to use through the end of the current month. Although a cancellation can be processed at any time, since deductions for permits are taken in advance, this will help prevent unnecessary deductions or other adjustments.
If a permit is damaged, lost, or stolen a replacement may be obtained by visiting the Transportation Services. A $15 processing fee will be charged at the time of replacement. Permits that are not returned to Transportation Services upon cancellation are invalid and use thereafter is subject to citation.