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Parking Services

Information about parking permits, visitor parking passes, and parking rules and regulations.

Winter parking permits are now available through the Student Express App.

    Parking Permits

    Please read and understand the Parking Rules and Regulations and be sure your permit is valid in the lot and space you are parking.
    Request a BYU-Idaho parking permit at Student Express.
    Add a vehicle for a parking permit or update your vehicle’s information.
    An online form to submit a visitor’s parking pass.

    Important Information

    • Before bringing a vehicle to Rexburg, make sure your apartment manager has confirmed, in writing, that there is parking reserved for you. Some apartment complexes have contracted overnight parking in university lots, but parking is limited. Parking on city streets is limited and day parking near campus requires a city pass. Contact the City of Rexburg for more information about parking on city streets. Consider not bringing a vehicle to Rexburg if you have not secured parking beforehand; the university won’t be able to accommodate additional overnight parking.
    • All parking lot entrance signs note which permits are valid.
    • For lots with multiple permit types, the sections are clearly marked for each permit type.
    • Permit parking is not enforced on weekends, holidays, non-teaching days, semester breaks, or summer term. Please see the Academic Calendar for specific dates.
    • There is no overnight parking from 1:00 am to 4:00 am on the BYUI campus at any time. Students residing at Centre Square or University Village may park overnight in the housing complex parking lots with the purchase of the appropriate permit.
    • Single students residing in apartment complexes that have contracted with BYU-Idaho to provide long-term parking may purchase a Long-term permit which allows them to park overnight in the Long-term lot adjacent to the 7th South Lot. Check with your housing manager to see if you qualify. During Winter Semester there is Long-term overflow parking at the Sports Complex.

    Parking Education

    • A student may attend a one-time parking class to have one of their first two citation fines waived for attendance. After the second citation, the student may not receive a fine waiver even if the class is attended.
    • Parking Education Class for students is held every Thursday evening at 7:00 pm in Kimball 245 throughout each semester. It consists of peer instruction to teach the purpose of parking regulations.

    Additional Parking Resources

    View or manage your vehicle’s parking permit information.
    View, pay, or appeal a parking or sidewalk safety citation.
    Download BYU-Idaho’s parking rules and traffic regulations.
    Request a campus bike permit online.
    Download current and historical parking surveys.

    Parking Map and Permit Pricing

    BYU-Idaho Parking Map

    Permit Pricing

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    North Permits
    $40.00 per semester
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    South Permits
    $30.00 per semester
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    4th Ward Permits
    $30.00 per semester
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    Economy Permits
    $5.00 per semester
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    Long-Term Permits
    $60.00 per semester
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    Centre Square Permits
    $30.00 per semester
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    Faculty/Admin Permits
    Must be a non-student employee of the university
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    University Village Permits
    $5.00 per semester