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Parking Services reminds employees that their new 2015 faculty/staff permits must be displayed beginning Tuesday, July 1. Vehicles not displaying 2015 parking permits July 1 and afterward are subject to citations. Still need a permit? For more information, call (815) 753-1045 or email [email protected]  
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Due to the National Weather Service’s heavy snow forecast, the City of DeKalb is highly encouraging residents and visitors to use off-street parking. It is likely that a snow emergency will be declared Tuesday, March 5, with the possibility of a total parking prohibition for the duration of the snow cleanup operation. Residents can use...
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New snowfall has exceeded 2 inches. Pursuant to Chapter 51, Section 51.21 of the City of DeKalb Municipal Code, the assistant director of public works has declared a “parking prohibition” on all designated snow routes in the city, thereby activating a parking prohibition on all designated snow emergency routes in effect today beginning at 2...
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The DeKalb Police Department has announced changes to parking restrictions for Homecoming weekend. The changes, which are the same as in recent years, allow for increased visibility and “safer traffic flow on Greek Row streets that are rather narrow,” according to a news release from the department. The restrictions, which take place beginning at 5...
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Beginning Friday, July 1, NIU students and employees will pay more to park in on-campus lots. Members of the university’s Campus Parking Committee, represented by all groups on campus, unanimously voted to increase permit fees and fines ranging from $3 to $69 to keep up with maintenance of the parking lots and rising costs associated...