The Department of Enterprise Services has consolidated parking policies, procedures and other requirements put in place by the former Department of General Administration (GA) to create a one-stop-shop for Capitol Campus parking policy information. GA oversaw campus parking until Enterprise Services was formed in 2011. Policy governs how parking is used, managed and controlled on the Campus. It is used together with state law, state regulations, and directly other related DES parking requirements.
The updated policy is more useful for parkers and features:
Frequently Asked Questions
Your assigned parking area is determined by the location of your workplace and availability in near-by parking areas. View the employee parking brochure.
You may register up to 3 vehicles.
Campus parking facilities provide Americans with Disabilities parking stalls on a first come, first served basis to parkers with an ADA placard obtained from the Department of Licensing. Agency Human Resources offices can assist employees who require additional reasonable accommodation needs under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) by completing and submitting a Request for Reasonable Accommodation for Capitol Campus Parking form to the Office of Parking Services.
Accessible means a site, building, facility, or portion thereof that complies with the ADA Accessibility Guidelines for Buildings and Facilities.
Reasonable Accommodation means the same as defined by the American with Disabilities Act, Title II Technical Assistant Manual:
As of the effective date of this policy; “reasonable accommodation” means any change or adjustment to a job or work environment that permits a qualified applicant or employee with a disability to participate in the job application process, to perform the essential functions of a job, or to enjoy benefits and privileges of employment equal to those enjoyed by employees without disabilities.
However, any particular change or adjustment would not be required if, under the circumstances involved, it would result in an undue hardship.”