Cans for Cites - A Food Drive Program
Our staff delivered over 6,000 non-perishable food items to the Food Bank of Delaware. See the UDaily article.
Beginning November 24th and running through the end of the semester, December 12th parking citations could be paid for with non-perishable food items. Each non-perishable food item counted as $5 towards the cost of an on-campus parking citation that is less than 30 days old. Customers could choose to pay a citation in full or in part by bringing non-perishable food items to their office at 147 Perkins Student Center.
Online Parking Account Information
Review your permits, vehicles, citations, and appeals by logging into our website. Click Online Options to the left, manage my Parking Account, and follow the on screen instructions. Instructions for editing vehicles online can be found here.
Register Your Bicycle
Select Online Options from the left menu
All bicycles parking on campus should be registered with the University. Please have your bicycle serial number, make, model, and color available when registering. Photos can be attached. For help finding the serial number on the bicycle, see this diagram.
updated November 2014
UD’s Parking & Transportation Services has updated it's annual report. The report highlights accomplishments, changes and statistical information for the fiscal year that ended on June 30th. This document was created in an effort to provide the UD community a better understanding of the mission, scope of services and financial challenges of Parking & Transportation Services. To view the report, please visit Annual Report.
Campus Construction & Road Closure Update
- Lot 31 at the corner of Courtney and Academy Streets will close December 15, 2014 for construction. It is scheduled to re-open late summer 2015.
- Lot 23 cul-de-sac by DuPont and Evans Halls will be closed for construction beginning July 7, 2014.
- Lot 55S number is being changed to lot 50S, effective August 2014. It will remain a Gray lot.