|Couldn’t Auto-Renew? Active Parking Registration Underway|
|Tuesday, May 14 2013|
On June 30, your current University parking permit will expire. For the third year in a row, to make re-registration easier, we're again using an auto-renewal process. If you pay by payroll deduction, had no outstanding violations, and wished to stay in your current lot, you were renewed automatically on April 28.
However, if you chose to opt out of auto-renewal—or if you had unpaid violations that prohibited you from participating in auto-renewal, or if you pay by a means besides paycheck deduction—you are responsible for registering electronically (starting this week) or in person at the Parking Office (starting June 3).
More information regarding “active” registration follows. Please note that URMC's Parking Office has emailed special relocation/renewal instructions to employees with permits in Lots 4 and 10.
Active Renewal Process Now Underway
If you opted out of auto-renewal—or, if you do not pay for your permit via payroll deductions (e.g., you pay by credit card), and/or if you still have outstanding citations—you will need to take an active role in registering for your 2013-14 permit. You may visit www.rochester.edu/parking and click on the “registration” link. Simply follow the on-screen instructions (you’ll need your Net ID and password).
If you do not have internet access or simply prefer to renew in person, you may stop by the Parking Office to complete renewal paperwork starting June 3.
Again, please remember that you must pay all outstanding violations before registering for the 2013-14 parking year. Once you’ve renewed, your new permit will be mailed to your address on file; if necessary, please update this information by calling (275-4524) or stopping by the Parking Office. If you fail to renew by June 30, your AVI tag will not allow you into your gated lot (at the Medical Center).
For more information, call the Medical Center Parking Office at 275-4524.
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