One-Day Guest Pass
Weekly Guest Pass
Departmental Service Vehicle (DSV)
A limited number of Department Service Vehicle (DSV) permits are sold only to University departments for use by University employees who use their personal vehicle to travel across campus to conduct official University business. The permit is to be used for short-term parking only (maximum of 90 minutes).
The DSV permit is only valid when displayed with a valid 'A' zone permit. The DSV permit is to be for shared use within a UND department and is not assigned to a specific individual. The permit does not guarantee the availability of a space at a particular location. Parking Services issues and administers the DSV permits and enforces the Service Vehicle parking areas.
DSV permits are allowed to park in Service Vehicle zones (not Maintenance Vehicle zones) for up to 90 minutes. If a service vehicle space is not available, DSV permits are allowed to park in 'A/S/H' (brown) zones. All parking regulations apply. Citations issued will be the responsibility of the 'A' permit holder.
Permits are valid from July 1 through June 30, upon payment of the $50 annual fee. Parking Services will process the charge to the department via journal entry/import in July of each year. DSV permits no longer needed must be returned to Parking Services by June 30 of each year to avoid the permit fee for the next fiscal year. No refunds will be issued for permits returned during the year.
If a DSV permit is lost or stolen and needs to be replaced, the department will be required to purchase a new permit at $50. Lost or stolen permits should be reported immediately to Parking Services.
Certain events on campus are subject to Special Event Parking privileges. Departments and Guests can arrange the use of a lot for their special event. Rates are determined after the Activity/Event Approval Form has been submitted and approved. Parking Services staff may place signs directing guests to appropriate parking lots. The electronic sign on Columbia on the east side of the Ramp is often used to identify events and locations. For more information visit Event Parking.