Updated July 6, 2021
State agencies likely won’t be bringing staff back until at least fall 2021. No decisions have been made regarding dates for reinstating monthly employee payroll deductions for parking in order to retain original parking assignments. The parking office will update you with information as it becomes available.
In the meantime, monthly parking fees will continue to be deducted from your pay unless you cancel your parking. You may cancel your parking at any time.
Yes. Dates have not been set, however. The parking office is still assessing the situation. Once decisions have been made, you will have ample notice to reinstate payroll deductions for parking in order to retain your original parking assignment.
If you canceled your parking because you are not working on the Capitol Campus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, you must contact the Parking Office at the time of your cancelation requesting to remain on the waitlist in order to maintain your standing.
-Updated June 2021
Employees who need to come to campus occasionally can purchase a day pass in any Campus visitor lot.
To purchase parking for the day:
Use this option between 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. on weekdays. Parking is free on evenings and weekends.
-Updated June 2021
If you’re not able to commute to work by typical Commute Trip Reduction (CTR) methods but are required to be on Campus a significant portion of the month, consider signing up for a payroll deduction of $35 per month to park on the Capitol Campus.
The following is a breakdown on cost savings for monthly parking passes for CTR members:
If you need to park on campus before you receive the sticker, print out the confirmation and place it in the back window of your vehicle or call the Parking Office with your license plate number and staff will provide it to Washington State Patrol (WSP) so you won’t be cited. WSP will have your information for a week; by then you should have received your sticker in the mail.