Grand Valley Police Department

The Parking 411 - Calder Resident (Lot O)

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

  • Enforcement Hours
    • Monday –Thursday: 3:00am to 6:30pm
    • Friday: 3:00am to 5:00pm
    • Weekends: Only specially marked spaces and overnight parking in non-residential lots are enforced
    • Non-residential lots are enforced overnight every night between 3:00am and 7:00am
  • Meters  - Costs:
    • Housing Meters - 25 cents for each 15 minutes; 30 minute limit
    • Academic  - 30 cents for each 12 minutes or $1.50 per hour; 4 hour limit
    • Failed or Out of Order meters are a “No-Park” zone, unless paying with ParkMobile.
  • Visitors
    • Visitors must have a permit. Guests must stop in to Public Safety with photo ID and their license plate number to receive a temporary permit at no cost. Students may not pick up the permit for their guest.
    • Visitors are limited to 20 overnight parking passes between Sunday and Thursday nights per school year.
    • Visitors with citation balances cannot be issued permits until the outstanding balance has been paid.
  • Disability Parking
    • A valid disability permit and a GVSU permit are required to park in disability parking spaces on GVSU's campus.
    • If disability parking spaces are not available, the disability permit holder may park at a meter (payment not required) or in a Faculty/Staff or Student lot only.  Parking in any other space is prohibited.
    • Parking in disability parking spaces in pay station lots will require payment and is limited to a two hour stay.
  • Motorcycles
    • Motorcycles do not require a parking permit.  Motorcycles may park on the yellow hash marks at the end of parking rows. Motorcycles are NOT allowed to park in the blue Disability reserved hash marks.
  • Overnight parking
    • Overnight parking is limited to Residential lots only. A RESIDENTIAL permit is required.
    • Vehicles are NOT allowed to park overnight in Commuter or Faculty/Staff lots.
    • If your vehicle breaks down and cannot be moved overnight, the Police Department must be notified.
  • Temporary Permits
    • Students are allowed 20 days of temporary parking permits per academic year at no cost. To use a temporary permit, bring your Student ID and license plate number to Public Safety.
    • Temporary permits are placed on the driver's side dashboard to the left of the steering wheel.  Permit dates must be visible from outside the vehicle for the permit to be valid.
  • Permit Placement
    • Place your parking permit decal on the lower left side of your vehicle windshield.  You may receive a citation if it is not in the proper location.
    • Your parking permit decal is transferrable between vehicles.  Be aware that the owner of the permit is responsible for any citations assigned to that permit number, no matter the vehicle.

Calder Residents 

In what lots may I park?  Allendale Parking Map

On the Allendale Campus: Any lot marked with an Orange "C" or Yellow "R"

  • Lot B-2 (Ravine Apartments)                                                  
  • Lots D4-D9 (NOT Lots D1-D3)
  • Lot K-West (East of Laker Dr. and North of Calder Dr.)                         
  • Lot J (Behind Laker Village in Residential section only)
  • Lot O (at the signed Calder Resident spaces)*
  • Lot P (Across from Murray and VanSteeland)
  • GVA (at the Grand Valley Apartments)
  • Lot R (South of South D and South E Housing)

On the Pew Campus: any lot marked with a Red "S"

  • Seward Flat Lot (North of Fulton St.)
  • Seward Ramp (South of Lake Michigan Dr.)
  • Mt. Vernon Lot (South of Fulton St.)
  • Watson Lot (Non-resident area only, South of Winter Hall)

Where am I not allowed to park?

  • Meters (still require payment)
  • Faculty and Staff Lots
  • Student Commuter Lots in Allendale
  • Any Specially Signed Spaces

* Lot O is shared by two designations – make sure you are only parking in signed Calder Resident spaces, otherwise you are likely to receive a citation for parking in a Faculty/Staff space.

IMPORTANT! Unauthorized or improper use of this permit may result in a referral to the University Judicial process.  Fraudulent use of this permit will result in its confiscation, and may result in criminal penalties.  Fraudulently obtaining goods or services is a crime punishable by up to one year in jail and a fine of not more than $2,000. 

Page last modified June 26, 2015