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Parking Revenue

The University of Northern Colorado's parking program is self-maintaining. By state statute, parking must pay for itself at UNC. No tax revenue, student fees, or tuition funds are received or used. Revenue must be generated by parking permit and citation fees to pay for the following:

Maintenance of Parking Lots

Pothole repairs, asphalt or concrete overlay of parking lots, seal-coating of parking lots, sign replacements, painting of parking lots, painting of parking stalls and curbs, snow removal, sweeping of parking lots, grading of gravel parking lots, meter and dispenser service and repairs, car stops, etc..

New Construction

Engineering costs, underground drainage systems, site preparation, gravel, asphalt or concrete surfacing, curb and gutter, landscaping, walkways, fences, stall painting, lighting, signs, car stops, etc..

Enforcement and Administrative Support

Parking enforcement, processing of citations, parking permit sales, appeal processing, providing parking information, campus police support, student rovers, office equipment, and administration of the parking program.