Summer parking permits on sale May 3; other summer parking reminders
From: Virginia Tech Transportation Services
As the academic year nears close and the busy summer construction season kicks into gear across campus, Parking Services shares the following reminders around parking permits.
Parking on the Blacksburg campus is enforced Monday - Friday, from 7 a.m. - 10 p.m. year round.
Summer parking permits
Summer 2021 parking permits will go on sale May 3. Permits can be purchased online or in-person at 505 Beamer Way. Any 2020-21 annual and spring 2021 parking permits are valid through Aug. 31, 2021.
2021-22 annual parking permits
Parking permits for the 2021-22 year will go on sale for faculty and staff on July 26. Student permits will go on sale Aug. 9, and Perry Street permits will go on sale Aug. 6. Permits can be purchased online or in-person at 505 Beamer Way.
Perry Street Garge parking access during summer
All permit holders with regular C/G permits may park in the Perry Street Garage between May 15 and Aug. 13.
ParkMobile and daily permits
For university members looking for a flexible and convenient parking option, parking using the free ParkMobile app is a great solution. Parking may be purchased in multiple time increments and added remotely.
Daily parking permits may also be purchased for $6 online or in-person at 505 Beamer Way.
Summer bike storage
The Virginia Tech Alternative Transportation Department is offering its bike storage option for students again this summer. Students are able to pay to store their bikes on campus at the Hokie Bike Hub until they return for the fall semester.
Students can purchase their summer bike storage permits through the Parking Services website at a cost of $20. This option is cheaper and easier than retrieving a bike from impoundment, which costs $25.
After purchasing a permit, students should connect with the Alternative Transportation Department at email@example.com to coordinate storage at the Hokie Bike Hub.
The Hokie Bike Hub is an on-campus bicycle maintenance and commuter education center. At the Bike Hub, cyclists have access to tools and resources for self–service bike repair. Cyclists can also attend bike-themed workshops or learn how to maintain and repair bikes through one–on–one sessions with Alternative Transportation staff.
By providing this option for students, the Alternative Transportation Department hopes to reduce the number of bike impoundments and give students peace of mind knowing that their bike is being safely stored.
Please direct any additional questions to 540–231–3200 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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