How to Apply for a Parking Permit
Faculty, Staff and Students
Faculty, staff, and students who intend to use the University’s parking facilities will need a parking permit. To obtain a permit, please visit the La Salle portal and under tools click parking and apply online. Faculty and Staff may choose to pay through payroll deduction or pay at the office by check, cash, money order or credit card.
Students who intend to use the University’s parking facilities will need a parking permit.
All students may obtain a parking permit that is valid for the Blue Zone lots only. Students should pay special attention to the lots that are designated for overnight parking. Parking on La Salle property is enforced at all times.
Note: A parking permit is not required to park at the Bucks County Center or the Montgomery County Center.
If you have any questions or need assistance, please contact the ID/Parking Office.
Rules and Regulations
The University has identified various parking areas throughout the campus. It is necessary to regulate vehicular traffic in order to meet a variety of needs and to provide for the safety of pedestrians. University signage indicates the designation of each parking area.
Avenues on campus are private lanes maintained by the University for the convenience of its personnel, students, and visitors. As the avenues are used for both pedestrian and vehicular traffic, it is necessary that all vehicles be operated at or below posted speed limits and under control at all times. With limited space on campus and in order to assist Public Safety Officers in locating the owner of a vehicle, all vehicles must be registered with the Parking office and display a valid University parking permit/hangtag. A permit does not guarantee a parking space; it only allows access to a designated parking area. Parking permits are not transferable. Parking permits will not be issued to persons charged with delinquent fines unless payment for all charges accompanies the permit application.
The University is committed to providing convenient access to its facilities by means of motor vehicles. The University shall promulgate and enforce traffic and parking regulations in the interest of the safety and welfare of the University community and its visitors.
Regulations apply to all persons who operate motor vehicles or bicycles. All are encouraged to use buses, ride bikes, or walk whenever possible to ensure access at all times for emergency vehicles, to make parking spaces available to those who must drive, and to promote pedestrian, cyclist, and vehicular safety.
Liability – La Salle University assumes no responsibility for the care and/or protection of any vehicle or its contents at any time. The University parking lots are generally unsecured. As a condition of registration, the registrant agrees not to make a claim against the University for any loss or damage to property or personal injury, which may occur while the vehicle is on University property.