Contractor and Vendor Parking Options
PP&C or Physical Plant Staging Site Permits: Used in securable fenced areas only (including the East Remote overflow lots), and managed entirely by PP&C or Physical Plant. This includes major construction sites, the overflow lots at the East Remote, or other fenced sites off pavement. Please note that wrapping a vehicle parked on pavement with "snow" fencing does not meet this standard.
TAPS Contractor Staging Permits: Allow vehicles or equipment to park in TAPS-designated staging areas or in parking spaces reserved and signed for construction staging permits.
To request construction-related parking or staging spaces, please use the TAPS Construction Contract. To customize and print the Staging permits required to park in those areas, please download the Contractor Staging permit form.
A/Construction and Limited Construction Permits:
• A/Construction permit holders may park in A, B, or R permit spaces, University Vehicles spaces, and out of marked spaces.
• Limited Construction permit holders may only park out of marked spaces. If parked along sidewalks or roadways, these vehicles must maintain at least a 20-foot clearance to allow for emergency vehicles to safely pass. They may not block curb cuts or any part of an accessible path of travel, unless said area is inside a fenced construction site.
• Both A/Construction and Limited Construction permits are available as daily scratcher permits, or as non-scratcher permits (can be issued for up to three months).
Contractor Staging: Projects will be charged by the number of spaces taken, not the number of Staging permits issued. Cost: $8/space/day in marked parking spaces, or $4/space/day out of marked parking spaces.
Limited Construction: $7/day
How to Purchase
To request A/Construction or Limited Construction parking permits through the recharge process, please use the online form at https://goo.gl/forms/YqdyvDTYvvrirBig1. Once you submit the form, you will receive an automated confirmation of your order. Keep in mind that it can take up to three business days for a recharge order to be processed.
UCSC Project Managers can authorize contractors or vendors to purchase their own Limited Construction permits by sending an email to the TAPS Sales Office (email@example.com), stating the name of the contractor or business, and the duration of the authorization to purchase permits.
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