Anyone parking on campus is required to have a parking permit. Visitor permits can be obtained at the Cashier Window or the Pueblo county Sheriff's Office at CSU-Pueblo in the basement of the Administration Building. Parking decals are sold in the Auxiliary Services office and at the Cashier Window during regular business hours.
Permanent decals are for 1 vehicle. It sticks to the outside of your rear window or rear bumper, on the driver side.
Hanging decals hang in the rearview mirror and can be moved from car to car. Perfect if you will be driving multiple vehicles.
Residential Permits are available to students living in campus housing. This permit allows you to park in designated housing parking lots only.
Faculty and Staff permits are obtained at the Pueblo County Sheriffs office at CSU-Pueblo, located on the lower level of the administration building (Maps).
*Prices are subject to change without notice* Academic Year: (Fall, Spring, Summer)
General Student Permit $100
Residential Permit $100
Walking Stick Permit $100
Fuel Efficient Vehicle Permit $80
Motorcycle Permit $40Spring And Summer
General Student Permit $50
Residential Permit $50
Walking Stick Permit $50
Fuel Efficient Vehicle Permit $40
Motorcycle Permit $20
Parking Space Color Key
White Lines: Students, Staff and Faculty
Blue Lines: Handicapped
Green Lines: Staff and Faculty
Yellow Lines: Restricted
Red Lines: Fire Lane - NO PARKING
20% discount on parking passes if you have a green vehicle.
A green vehicle or environmentally friendly vehicle is a road motor vehicle that produces less harmful impacts to the environment than comparable conventional internal combustion engine vehicles running on gasoline or diesel, zero emission vehicles, and other low-carbon emission vehicles.
Green vehicles can include hybrid electric vehicles, plug-in hybrid electric vehicles, battery electric vehicles, compressed-air vehicles, hydrogen and fuel-cell vehicles, neat ethanol vehicles, flexible-fuel vehicles, natural gas vehicles, clean diesel vehicles, and vehicles using blends of biodiesel and ethanol fuel or gasohol.
In order to qualify for the discount, such vehicles shall qualify as Zero Emission Vehicles (ZEV) according to California Air Resources Board, or have achieved a minimum green score of 40 on the American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy (ACEEE) annual vehicle rating guide.