Storrs Visitor Parking

PayByPhone is available to guests and visitors making their own parking arrangements on all UConn campuses.

To find PayByPhone parking locations on the Storrs Campus please click here.

What is PayByPhone Parking and how can I use it?

Event Coordinators of host University departments can arrange self-paid (paid by the attendee) or pre-paid (paid by the host department) PayByPhone parking in advance of their scheduled on-campus events.

Departmental coordinators will typically email invited guests event parking information in advance.

State-issued handicap parking placards alone do not authorize parking on any of the surface parking lots exclusively reserved for UConn paid permit parking.  Visitors with state-issued handicap placards/plates may park within any of UConn's fee-paid parking spaces such as PayByPhone, metered or garage parking spaces.

Visitors can also park in either the North or South Garage located on campus.

Accessible parking is available in either garage.

For garage rates please click here.

Apartment Complex – Visitor Parking (Storrs)

Apartment Complex - Visitor Parking: Visitor parking is available as posted within each of the following University apartment complexes in Storrs:  
  • Charter Oak Apartments - PaybyPhone Payment Required 24/7
  • Hilltop Apartments - PaybyPhone Payment Required 24/7
  • Northwood Apartments - Three Hour Limit*
*Three (3) hours is the maximum period (per day) for which a vehicle can remain parked in visitor parking space(s) surrounding any one of the above-mentioned apartment complexes.  The 3-hour visitor parking time limit is enforced between the hours of 6:00 a.m. and  9:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. Parking enforcement officers “time” vehicles by entering their registration numbers into the enforcement system and categorically associating them with the “Visitor” parking at a specific apartment complex.  The enforcement officers return to that apartment complex and repeat the process after waiting three hours. It is assumed that each “timed” vehicle remains parked at the apartment complex during that three-hour timing period.  When the owner of a vehicle moves from one visitor parking space to another within the same apartment complex while being timed by the enforcement officers, and stays more than the 3-hour maximum period, the vehicle will be cited for an over-time violation.

Oversize Vehicle Parking

Those who plan to arrive on campus in a vehicle that exceed 8 feet in height or width, or 16 feet in length (with or without trailer) must arrange parking using the following Oversize Vehicle Parking Request Form.