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Parking and Transportation Services

Parking and Transportation Services

Employee Parking Permits

Unless marked otherwise, all parking areas at UC Davis Medical Center, including off-site and leased facilities, are reserved for permit-only parking for staff, government or vendor/service vehicles. To use these areas, vehicles must display a valid permit and/or license plate. All permits must be authorized and issued by Parking Services. In lots 14, 16, 18 and 25, one-day permits can be purchased from a dispensing machine.

The annual parking permit period extends from July 1 through June 30. All annual parking permits expire June 30. Permits must be renewed and the new permit displayed by July 1 on vehicles parked in permit parking areas. Vehicles not displaying valid permits may be subject to a parking violation citation whether payroll deductions are still in effect or not.

Only a "D" permit allows the holder a reserved parking space. All other permits do not guarantee the holder a reserved parking space. It provides the opportunity to legally park where space is available.

Permits are not for resale and are not transferrable to other persons. Permits are for use by the purchaser only. Only one parking permit may be purchased per person.

Which Permit Do I Need?


Career (Full-Time) Employees:


B Permits / Temporary B Permits

D Permits / Temporary D Permits

M Permits (Motorcycle)

Carpool Permits / Temporary Carpool Permits

Medical Parking Permits

Limited Appointment or
Part-Time Per Diem Employees:


Temporary B Permits

Temporary D Permits

C Permits

M Permits (Motorcycle)

Temporary Carpool Permits

Medical Parking Permits

Additional Information: 

Physician's Lot Parking

The Physician's Lot, located in front of the Main Hospital, was established to provide convenient parking for physicians responding to medical emergencies. To ensure that the lot is accessible to all physician's requiring close in parking for this purpose, policy was established with the following criteria:

  • Parking should not exceed a 4-hour duration on 3 or more days within a given week. Exceeding the 4-hour rule on 3 or more days should not occur during peak time (peak times are defined as 6:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Monday through Friday).
     
  • It is important that physician's accessing the lot restrict parking to the four-hour daily standard. Failure to do so will result in the following:
     
      •  1st Letter: Notice that there is an infraction
     
      •  2nd Letter: Deactivation of access to the Lot for 2 weeks
     
      •  3rd Letter: Deactivation of access to the Lot for 1 month
     
      •  4th Letter: Deactivation of access to the Lot for 3 months

This criteria has been approved by the Parking Advisory Committee and endorsed by the Council of Chairs and Hospital Leadership.

 

B Permits

B permits may be purchased by career employees through payroll deduction or cash payments ("cash" includes checks and credit card recordings). Permit holders may park in designated unattended lots anytime. Employees with B permits may park in attended parking lots only during the hours of 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 a.m., Monday-Friday and all day Saturday and Sunday. To ensure adequate patient/visitor parking, employees with B permits may not park in attended or metered parking lots during the hours of 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and may be subject to parking violation citation. (UC Davis Health System B permits are synonymous with UC Davis campus A permits.) B Permits allow the purchaser to park in B Permit designated areas where space is available.

Temporary B Permits

UC Davis Health System temporary B permits may be purchased by limited appointment employees or 49% or less per diem employees or students on a cash basis (cash includes check and credit card recordings). Permit holders may park in designated unattended lots anytime. Employees with temporary B permits may park in attended lots only during the hours of 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 a.m., Monday thru Friday and all day Saturday and Sunday. To ensure adequate patient/visitor parking, employees with temporary B permits may not park in attended or metered parking lots during the hours of 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and may be subject to parking violation citation. (UC Davis Health System temporary B permits are synonymous with UC Davis campus A permits.) Temporary B permits allow the purchaser to park in B permit designated areas when space is available.

D Permits

D permits may be purchased by career employees through payroll deduction or cash; limited appointment employees are not eligible for D permits. The premium rate charged for a D permit ensures the employee a reserved space in a lot, not in a particular stall. The permits are issued according to the priority listing defined in UC Davis Health System Policies and Procedures Manual, Section 3378, Parking Facilities - General Information, and where availability exists. The same hourly considerations and restrictions for attended lot parking of B permit holders apply to D permit holders unless reserved parking has been assigned. D permit parking is assigned by sub-decal overlay. Reserved parking is valid only in the area assigned.

Temporary D Permits

Temporary D permits may be purchased by career employees through payroll deduction or cash; casual employees are not eligible for Temporary D permits.

C Permits

C permits may be purchased by limited appointment employees or 49% or less per diem employees or students on a cash basis (cash includes check and credit card recordings). Permit holders may park in all C designated unattended lots anytime (UC Davis Health System C permits are synonymous with UC Davis campus C permits). C permits allow the purchaser to park in C permit designated areas when space is available.

M Permits

Motorcycle permits may be purchased by career employees through payroll deduction or with cash. Students and limited appointment employees may purchase a Motorcycle permit on a cash basis. Permit holders may park their motorcycle in designated motorcycle parking spaces only. Motorcycle spaces are designated in the parking structures and some unattended lots. If all motorcycle spaces are taken, permit holders may park in any unreserved parking space.

Carpool Permits

CP 2 (two-person carpool) and CP 3 (three-person carpool) permits may be purchased through payroll deduction by career employees who are registered as a carpool with the commuter choice program coordinator in parking services. CP 2 permitters have access to the same parking privileges as B permit holders. CP 3 Carpools get designated reserved parking. Carpool parking is synonymous to A parking on campus. Only one permit will be issued for each established carpool. Carpool members are expected to use their one day rideshare passes when they drive alone. Each carpool member is responsible for canceling his/her own payroll deductions when participation in a carpool is no longer desired. All unused one day rideshare passes must be returned to parking services upon cancellation as they are no longer valid.

Temporary Carpool Permits

Temporary Carpool permits may be purchased by career employees, limited appointment employees, 49% or less per diem employees, or students on a cash basis (cash includes check and credit card recordings).

Medical Parking Permits

Disabled Placards

Disabled Placards or plates issued by The California Department of Motor Vehicles identifying staff, faculty and students who require a wide parking space to use special equipment such as wheelchairs or walkers will be required to purchase and display a valid UC Davis Medical Center "B", "C" or "D" parking permit. If applicant is not a permit holder, a daily permit can be purchased in Lots 12, 14, 18 or 25. These are the only permits honored in parking spaces denoted by the international handicap symbol because they are displayed in conjunction with a handicapped placard or plate.

Medical Parking Permits

Medical parking permits are available through the parking services offices for persons who require temporary, short-term, close-in parking for medical reasons, but who do not require a wide-space stall for mobility. This permit is issued with a time period not to exceed 2 months. Extension of this time limitation is granted at the discretion of the parking services manager with appropriate documentation from a physician.
  • Medical parking permits must be displayed with a valid "B", "C" or "D" parking permit.
  • Medical permit eligibility for staff/employees is reviewed by Parking and Transportation Services. Employees must provide to parking services a letter from a physician stating mobility limitations and duration of need.