Please view parking updates on a regular basis to avoid receiving a parking citation while parking on the SDSU campus. All updates and news will be featured below.
Pay Lot - Lot 150
Lot 150, otherwise know as the Pay Lot, will be closed Friday, October 21 all day to utilizing all the parking spaces for an event being held in the University Student Union. We apologize for this inconvenience and appreciate your flexibility in relocating to another location during this event.
Parking for Hobo Day Football Game
Coming to campus to see the football game? We offer many different options to park for the football game. See map below for all options. Please remember that spots closest to the stadium do fill up first and that wait times for traffic exiting can be upwards of an hour.
For more information about game day experience, click here.
In accordance with the 2016-2017 Parking & Traffic Regulations, mopeds, scooters and motorcycles in designated motorcycle parking areas with proper permit is open until November 14 or first snowfall.
Individuals parking in areas not designated on the list will be towed at the owner’s expense.
Parking Meters on Campus
Parking Services has been approached by many customers about a lack of pick-up/drop-off locations in the core of campus, so in response to our customers we have installed 12 single-space parking meters in the interior campus lots.
Single-space parking meters are located outside of Yeager Hall, Wagner Hall, Morrill Hall and Solberg Hall/AME. These locations will help individuals who may need to visit Yeager Hall, DePuy Military Hall, Avera Health & Science Center, Wagner Hall, Morrill Hall, Communications Center, Old Horticulture and/or Solberg Hall/AME.
Meter rates are $0.75 for 30 minutes and will currently accept coin (quarters only) and credit cards. These metered stalls are open to everyone but are intended for short term parking to visit above buildings.
Any questions about the meters, please contact Parking Services at 605-688-7275.
Update of 2010 Parking Master Plan
After six months of research and collecting data/information, Joe Bilotta of JBA, Inc. gave his final recommendations for updating the Parking Master Plan. Presentation can be see at https://youtu.be/zbhJr4rc5U0.