Parking For People with Disabilities

What You Need

  • A SUNY Geneseo parking decal AND
    • If you do not have a valid College student parking permit you will need to obtain one of the following, vehicle registration is required for all:
      • One day - $0.00 temporary permit
      • Up to four weeks - $9.00 temporary permit
      • Four to eight weeks - $31.25 temporary permit
      • Eight to fifteen weeks - $62.50 (or current rate) permanent semester decal
      • Fifteen weeks or longer - $120.00 (or current rate) permanent year decal
    • If you do not have a valid College faculty/staff permit you will need to obtain one of the following, vehicle registration is required for all:
      • One day - $0.00 temporary permit
      • Anything longer - Current rate permanent year decal
    • If you are a visitor to the College you will need to obtain a free temporary permit, vehicle registration is required
  • One of the following:
    • A handicapped parking permit, hang tag or placard from a municipality
    • A vehicle license plate with a handicapped designation, or
    • A SUNY Geneseo campus handicapped hang tag
      • A doctor's script from a primary care physician or the Lauderdale Health Center is required for a campus hang tag
      • Script's must be signed, dated and contain the expiration date or a specified length of time

WHere handicapped accessible spaces are located

  • Lots A, B, C, D, E, I, L, R, U and V - If the accessible spaces in these lots are filled you may park in any other regular, non-reserved space within the lot.
  • Saratoga Terrace North has two spaces
  • Saratoga Terrace South has three spaces
  • Mary Jemison Dining Hall Southwest has two spaces
  • Area between MacVittie College Union & Schrader Hall has four spaces - Meter times and fees for handicap metered spaces are the same as regular metered spaces.
  • Lot Y (North Loop) has two spaces
  • Lot LL has seven spaces
  • Lot W has one space
  • Visitors's Circle has eight spaces

 

For information on public transportation options for medical needs, please visit: http://www.geneseo.edu/pts/medical-needs.

Parking & Transportation Services and the University Police Department strictly enforce parking regulations.  Violators may receive a parking ticket, and/or permit confiscation and/or towing of a vehicle.  The term handicapped in relation to permits, parking spaces and enforcement is the designation as stipulated in the New York Vehicle & Traffic Law.