Townhouse Resident Parking

Cost

Permits are free but you must register your vehicle through the Permit Store after getting a numbered parking assignment from Residential Education.

Important Dates

Aug. 10, 2016: Townhouse permits available
Sept. 6, 2016: Students required to have a valid permit properly displayed

 

Temporary Permits

After you successfully register online and your permit is approved, you will need to print and display the temporary permit on the dashboard of your vehicle until you receive your permanent one.  

If you do not have access to a computer/printer, you can pick up your temporary permit at the Campus Safety Office. The temporary permit is only valid for ten calendar days from the purchase date and it must be discarded once your permanent permit is received. 

Picking up Your Permit

You will receive a notification via Hiram email when your permit is ready. You should then bring your Hiram ID with you to the Campus Safety Office during business hours to pick up your permit. 

Parking Location

You must park in the Townhouse Lot and only in your designated parking space. Any tenant who parks in other lots will be ticketed.

Townhouse Visitors

Townhouse visitors bringing a car need to get a visitor parking pass from Residential Education. The visitor may park in the space assigned to the resident or one of the visitor spaces. In the event it's not be possible to sign out a visitor parking pass, 90-minute spaces are available between the tennis courts and East Hall.  Visitors may also park on upper campus on the street near Hinsdale, Booth-Centennial, the Quad and The Hill. Those who park on the street will need to observe the Hiram Village parking ordinances. See information on overnight guest parking for additional information.

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For questions concerning parking:

Office of Campus Safety
Kennedy Center, 2nd floor
330.569.5188