Fall Break Parking
Please be aware that A-zone and B-zone parking is enforced when the university is open for business. This means that A-zone and B-zone
parking will be enforced October 16th through October 17th, between the hours of 7:00 am and 5:00 pm, even though it is Fall Break for students.
You may park, with or without a permit, in any C-zone or PC-zone space during the October 16th through October 17th Fall Break.
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the Parking Services Office via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or at (334) 844-4143.
Rule & Fee Changes for 2014-2015
The fees for the number of parking violations incurred in an academic year will be as follows:
• First Violation - $10
• Second Violation- $20
• Third Violation- $40
• Fourth and Subsequent Violations- $50 each
Note that the first day of each Fall Semester, your number of violations will be reset to zero. Also, tickets that have been excused do not affect your number of violations.
Vehicles without a parking permit will be wheel locked after the second violation. Vehicles with a permit will be wheel locked after the fifth violation. A vehicle will only be
towed if it is in a marked tow away zone. Driving and parking privileges on Auburn University campus may be suspended on the tenth ticket
received during an academic year.
Beginning Fall 2014, any ticket, regardless of the type of violation, can be appealed even if you do not have a current permit. Only three tickets may be appealed per
academic year and appeals must be filed within ten days of the issuance of the ticket. For a full list of rules and regulations,
Prices for 2014-2015 parking permits will also be changing. For a full year parking permit, prices will be as follows:
PC1, PC2, PC3, RD, RW, RC, and RH - $180
RX - $120
RO, C, Graduate B and A - $80
B - $40
Motorcycle - $15
Opt-Out Option for Emails
Beginning this year, students will have the option to opt out of receiving e-mails from Parking Services. To opt out, log into AU Access and select “Parking Services” from the Tigeri menu,
when prompted, put “NO” in the box that says “Receive E-mails?” If you choose to opt-out, “not getting the e-mail” is not an excuse for parking improperly. However, you may also
keep up with lot closures and other important parking related information by following us on
Cycle Dixie and Bicycle Sustainability Project
If you’ve ever wanted to improve cycling in Auburn, this is your chance to have your voice heard!
Right now, the City of Auburn, the Auburn Bicycle Committee and Auburn University are collecting feedback on cycling to develop a preferred bicycle network for Auburn and
decide where cycling infrastructure improvements should be made! Getting feedback from you is critical to making sure it is accurate and useful!
THERE ARE TWO WAYS TO PARTICIPATE:
1. Complete a survey about your opinion of cycling on roads and areas of Auburn! Log on to http://jlamondia.weebly.com/cycling-volunteers.html to print a feedback
survey for your neighborhood (or all of Auburn) and send it in!
2. Use your smartphone to record and share all the bicycle trips you take! Open the FREE CycleDixie app at http://cycledixie.com every time you ride your bike to
show us where you like to cycle! The app uses your smartphone's GPS to record your routes in real-time, showing us which routes cyclists prefer.
Feedback must be received by April 30th. Volunteers can have any level of bicycling experience and should be 18 years old or older. This project is funded through the
Southeastern Transportation Research, Innovation, Development and Education (STRIDE) Center.
For more information, visit http://jlamondia.weebly.com/cycling-volunteers.html or contact Dr. Jeff LaMondia, Asst. Professor in Civil Engineering, at email@example.com.