Parking For People with Disabilities
What do I need to use handicap accessible spaces on campus?
- A SUNY Geneseo parking permit AND
- A handicap accessible permit from your town or Parking & Transportation Services
What if I don't already have a handicap permit?
- All: need to obtain a script or statement from your primary care physician or the Lauderdale Health Center stating you need temporary handicap accessible parking - IT MUST CONTAIN AN EXPIRATION OR EXPECTED RECOVERY DATE
What if I don't already have a SUNY Geneseo parking permit?
- Student: need to purchase a decal for the length of time the handicap permit is needed longer than 24 hours; vehicle registration is required
- One - four weeks = $9.00 temporary permit
- Four - eight weeks = $31.25 temporary permit
- Eight - fifteen weeks = $62.50 (or current rate) permanent semester decal
- Fifteen weeks or longer = $120.00 (or current rate) permanent full year decal
- Faculty/staff: need to purchase a decal at the current rate for your union/profession for a handicap permit longer than 24 hours; vehicle registration is required
- Visitor: to the College you will need to obtain a free temporary permit; vehicle registration is required
Where can I park after I have both permits?
- Any handicap accessible parking space on campus
- If the handicap accessible spaces are full in Lots A, B, C, D, E, G, I, L, R, U or V you may park in any other available regular, non-reserved space within that lot
Where are the handicap accessible spaces located?
- Lot A (3)
- Lot B (8)
- Lot C (2)
- Lot E (2)
- Lot G (1)
- Lot I (6)
- Lot L (1)
- Lot LL (3)
- Lot S (9)
- Lot U (3)
- Lot V (2)
- Lot W (1)
- Lot Y (2)
- Lot Z (1)
- College Circle (8)
- Mary Jemison Dining Hall (2)
- Schrader Hall East (2)
- Schrader Hall South (1)
- MacVittie College Union (2 - metered)
- Saratoga Terrace North (2)
- Saratoga Terrace South (1)
For information on public transportation options for medical needs, please visit: https://www.geneseo.edu/pts/medical-needs.
Parking & Transportation Services and the University Police Department strictly enforce parking regulations. Violators may receive a parking ticket, and/or permit confiscation, and/or towing of a vehicle. The term handicapped in relation to permits, parking spaces and enforcement is the designation as stipulated in the New York Vehicle & Traffic Law.