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New and returning NIU students are encouraged to educate themselves about the new city of DeKalb parking regulations for neighborhoods surrounding the university. Under the city’s Safe Streets program, street parking that many students have utilized in the past will no longer be available and overnight parking is banned in certain neighborhoods. Students who live...
Visitor permits can be purchased online at https://prkapp.niu.edu/. It’s easy, just click on the large button that says “Visitor – Purchase a daily or single use permit”, agree to the terms of service and choose a daily or weekly visitor permit. Follow the tabs through the ordering process and at the finish line you’ll be...
Starting on Monday, Dec. 5, 2016, spring and spring/summer parking permits will be available for purchase at Parking Services, by mail or online. There is a $10 discount when permits are purchased online. There are several convenient ways to obtain your new permit. Online purchases can be made by visiting the Parking Services website. Note that permits purchased online...
To address the expanding transportation needs of the university community, Campus Parking Services engaged in a review of current campus parking resources and policies. The following changes were made to parking operations: Parking Rules and Regulations are no longer printed on the back of the map distributed with parking permits. Rules and Regulations are now...
Campus Parking Services building
NIU Parking Services offers permits on an annual or per-semester basis for students, faculty and staff with a variety of price points. When purchasing a parking permit, five payment options are available: CASH – in office only CHECK – for full amount (made out to NIU), in the office or by mail CREDIT CARD –...
NIU parking deck
Some levels of the parking deck will close for maintenance and cleaning from Monday, June 6, through Friday, June 10. Levels will open as work is completed. During this time, any valid blue or yellow permit holder will be able to park in any legal parking space on all open levels, with the exception of...
In an effort to mitigate a growing backlog of parking lot repair requirements, NIU administrators have approved parking permit price increases for the first time since 2011. The new rates will help generate additional revenue necessary to address the current $5 million backlog of known parking lot repairs. Parking lot repair demands are being prioritized...
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NIU Campus Parking Services is encouraging all students, faculty and staff who need parking permits for the fall to shop online – and avoid standing in long lines. Darren Mitchell, director of Campus Parking Services, said he and his colleagues are hoping to avoid a repeat of the scene inside and outside their office last...
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In an effort to address the expanding transportation needs of the university community, NIU Parking Services has been engaged in a months-long review of current campus parking resources and policies. Among the practices being examined is enforcement hours for campus parking regulations. Recently, Parking Services temporarily changed parking enforcement hours  to 7 a.m. to 5...
Homecoming 2014
Beginning at 10 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 21, and continuing all day Thursday, Oct. 22, Parking Lot 3 (south of the Visual Arts and Music buildings) will be closed. Lot 3 will be utilized for NIU Homecoming activities. Blue permit holders who normally use Lot 3 are asked to find alternative parking in other campus lots....
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Some levels of the parking deck will close for maintenance and cleaning from Monday, June 1, to Friday, June 5. Levels will open as work is completed. During this time, any valid blue or yellow permit holder will be able to park in any legal parking space on all open levels, with the exception of reserved...
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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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