Daily Usage Program

This permit is ideal if you only occasionally need to park on the Danforth Campus.

The Daily Usage Program allows permit holders to pay for parking on a monthly basis based on daily usage. Please note that this is a pilot program for the 2022-2023 academic year. 

As before, the permits are issued for a specific zone and valid in yellow spaces within the zone indicated. Parking is permitted in any yellow space (open spaces without signage denoting reserved parking) within that specified zone. 

Daily usage is tracked via the Offstreet application and is billed via payroll deduction on a monthly pre-tax basis. An annual permit spending cap will be applied, which will be equal to the annual permit cost of a yellow permit for the zone you are assigned.

Please note that, while you must log into Offstreet as instructed, if there is any variance between your permit activity (time spent parked after entering and before exiting a parking garage) and time logged within your Offstreet session, you will be billed for the discrepancy of your actual garage presence.

Once the annual spending cap is met, no additional charges will be billed to the permit holder and the permit can continue to be used through the end of the permit year (July 31). An administrative fee of $15 will be charged at the time of purchase and will not count towards the annual cap.

Faculty and staff interested in hourly parking sessions may utilize visitor parking options. Hourly parking sessions will not count towards the Daily Usage Permit Program’s annual cap.

2022-2023 Daily Usage Program Eligibility
StatusEligibleNot Eligible
Danforth Faculty/StaffX 
Danforth Graduate StudentsX 
Basic Service Contractors
Allied Universal, Aramark, Bon Appetit, Catering St. Louis, Focal Pointe, Follett, Huntleigh, WFF
Annual Danforth permit holders (except motorcycle) X
Undergraduate Residential Students X
Undergraduate Commuter Students X
Retirees X
WUSM Faculty/Staff X
WUSM Students X
Contractors X
Visitors X
Daily Usage Program Rate Structure
PermitEligibilityDaily RateAnnual Cap
Daily Permit – Zones 1, 2, 3, 4: Valid in yellow spaces (open spaces with no signage) within the zone indicated on the permit, 24 hours a day, seven days a week.Danforth Campus Faculty and Staff$5.00$874
Daily Permit – Zone 5 North: Valid in yellow spaces (open spaces with no signage) at North Campus, 24 hours a day, seven days a week.North Campus Faculty and Staff$2.50$462
Daily Permit – Zones 5 West: Valid in yellow spaces (open spaces with no signage) at West Campus, 24 hours a day, seven days a week.West Campus Faculty and Staff$3.75$658
How to Use Offstreet

In order for you to use Offstreet, Parking & Transportation Services will provide you with a website url specific to your assigned zone and a unique code linked to your permit. Both the website url and code must be used in order to initiate a parking session. You will be charged for every parking session initiated with that combination, so never share this information with others.

  1. To initiate a parking session, go to the Offstreet website using the url provided.
  2. Enter your license plate number and state. If you would like your license plate information saved for future use, check the “Remember my plate?” checkbox. Click on the “Next” button when complete. Please note: The license plate information entered here should match the vehicle you are using for the parking session. The vehicle should also have the appropriate parking permit hang tag displayed. Failure to enter the correct license plate or display your valid parking permit could result in a citation.
  3. Enter the registration code provided by Parking & Transportation Services. Verify the information is complete and accurate and then click on the “Park” button when ready to initiate your parking session.
  4. Once complete, a confirmation page will be displayed.