Campus Permit Required
To park in any of the lots located on campus, you MUST have an SF State parking permit. You may not park on campus with only a DMV disabled placard or DMV plate.
$225 per semester or $3.00 for two hours, $6.00 for the day
Waivers of the parking fee are available to qualifying students, based on financial need. DPRC Parking applications [Link to the Parking waiver form] to request a waiver can be downloaded from the website or can be picked up in person at DPRC. Applicants must be currently enrolled at SF State, registered with DPRC, and have a DMV disability placard or plate.
Eligibility for Permit through the DPRC
You must be registered with the Disability Programs and Resource Center (DPRC), have a disability related need for parking. Students must be currently enrolled either through the regular University or through Extended Education. If you are currently working on your thesis, you must provide a letter of proof from your thesis advisor. Employees must be currently employed at SF State.
To Obtain a Permit
Students, employees and guest with verification of a qualifying disability, or proof of a DMV placard or DP license plate entitling them to park in blue disability parking zones, may make an appointment to purchase a permit or apply for a fee waiver by contacting the DPRC at (415)338-2472 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Parking in an on-campus blue zone without a DMV placard or plate means a fine of $275 or more. Parking is enforced 7 days a week, 24 hours a day. The SF State permit alone entitles you to park in regular (non-blue) spaces.
To use blue spaces, you must have BOTH a DMV placard and an SF State permit.
DMV PLACARD/PLATE HOLDERS: You may park in any legal space in lots 2, 19, 20 and 25 regardless of permit assignment.
- Lot 2: You must have a DMV placard or plate along with an SF State permit in order to park in either the regular or blue parking spaces.
- Lot 6: Before 5 p.m. you may park only in the blue zones. You must have a DMV placard or plate along with an SF State permit. After 5 p.m. you may also park in non-blue zones.
- Lot 19: This permit allows you access to Lots 19, 20, and 25.
SF STATE PERMIT/PLACARD NOT SHOWING = TICKET. If you have a parking permit but forget to display it, you may be ticketed. If you have a DMV placard but forget to have it showing when you used a blue space, you may be ticketed.