DANFORTH CAMPUS: IMPORTANT ALERTS
Due to the high volume of requests we are currently processing, our responses to your individual requests or inquiries may be delayed. Please be patient, we will respond to you as soon as we are able.
Town Hall September 22
Join us for a town hall with representatives from the Metro St. Louis Transit at 1 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 22. Join the zoom webinar here.
September 2020 Newsletter
The Danforth Campus Parking and Transportation team share important updates for the 2020-21 academic year. Read the team’s latest newsletter, Parking and Transportation Services: Back to Campus News.
Open Parking on Danforth Campus Ended Sept. 14
Open parking, which allowed drivers to park in yellow or visitor designated spaces without a permit or payment, ended on Sept. 13th. To acclimate community members to PARCS equipment and give those without permits time to purchase a Danforth Campus parking permit, the week of Sept. 14 through Sept. 20 will be considered a “warning week.” During this time period, the Parking and Transportation will be issuing warnings only. Starting Sept. 21, parking permits on the Danforth Campus will be strictly enforced.
COVID-19 Updates for Danforth Parking & Transportation
Parking and Transportation Services has created a dedicated COVID-19 webpage for important news and alerts regarding the impact of COVID-19 on the Danforth Campus.
Washington University in St. Louis Parking & Transportation Services facilitates campus access to faculty, staff, students and the community for university business and activities. The department’s goal is to serve the university community with fairness, courtesy, consistency and efficiency.
News & Announcements
Parking and Transportation Services: Back to Campus News
September 2020 Newsletter (PDF)
What’s New in Parking and Transportation Services at WashU?
July 2020 Newsletter (PDF)
Parking shares high-volume traffic dates for spring
February 25, 2020
Watch the latest video to learn about getting to, through and around the university this year. Learn more
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