Parking Lot Policies

Parking Map

The policies below are effective 8/24/2015

Parking Permits

All Denver Seminary students, faculty and staff are required to display the appropriate hang tag parking permit on the inside rear view mirror (with the permit facing toward the front) of the vehicle while parking in campus parking lots. Distinct, color-coded permits are required for students, students who live in the campus apartments, and Seminary employees (full time faculty, staff and associated faculty). These permits are valid for one academic year (the year is printed on the permit), and a new permit must be obtained annually.

  • Students: New students will receive a parking permit application form during new student orientation. Applications for continuing students are available by email attachment sent prior to the beginning of the fall semester, or at the Information Reception Desk in the lobby of the Graber Administration building (business hours Mon.-Fri. 8:30am-4:00pm). The completed application is to be submitted, along with the appropriate fee, at the Information Reception Desk. The permit is issued immediately. Permit fees are as follows:
    • $30 for the year; $15 for the spring semester only; $5 for a second vehicle.
    • Students graduating at the end of the fall semester can receive a $15 refund by turning in their permit and showing proof of graduation at the Information Reception Desk.
  • Faculty/Staff/Associated Faculty: Seminary employees will receive a parking permit application form by email attachment sent prior to the beginning of the fall semester. New employees will receive an application during  new employee orientation. The completed application is to be submitted, along with the appropriate fee (if necessary), at the Information Reception Desk. The permit is issued immediately. There is no cost for one Faculty/Staff permit, there’s a $15 fee for a permit for a second vehicle.
  • Campus Residents: New campus residents will receive a parking permit application at the time of move-in. Applications for continuing residents are available by email attachment sent prior to the beginning of the fall semester, or at the Information Reception Desk in the Graber Administration building lobby. This is a permit unique for campus residents, and an additional “Student” permit is not required. Campus residents are provided permits as part of monthly rent for no additional fee.

All questions can be directed to Shan Lewis at or 303-762-2482.

Parking Policies

Students

  • Parking in Lots A, B and D is open to all students, faculty and staff displaying the proper permit, except spaces designated for handicap parking, Shepherd’s Gate clinic parking in Lot D, the spaces for guests (by permit only) in the southwest corner of Lot B, and the spaces for guests along the north side of lot A.
  • Open parking is allowed in Lot C overnight from 5:00pm-7:30am Monday-Friday, and during weekends.
  • Parking in Lot D to the south and southwest of the Graber building, is limited to 24 hours in order to make more spaces available through increased turnover for campus residents, other students, faculty and staff throughout the day and night.
  • Parking in the west section of Lot D in the numbered spaces in and around the campus apartments is reserved for campus residents only.
  • Additional parking, with no permit necessary, is available in the Hudson Gardens gravel lot to the north of the Seminary campus.

Campus Residents

  • Parking in the west section of Lot D in the numbered spaces (assigned to each apartment) in and around the campus apartments is reserved for campus residents only.
  • Open parking is allowed in Lot C overnight from 5:00pm-7:30am Monday-Friday, and during weekends.
  • Parking in Lot D to the south and southwest of the Graber building, is limited to 24 hours in order to make more spaces available through increased turnover for campus residents, other students, faculty and staff throughout the day and night.
  • Parking in Lots A, B and D is open to all students, faculty and staff displaying the proper permit, except spaces designated for handicap parking, Shepherd’s Gate clinic in Lot D, the spaces for guests (by permit only) in the southwest corner of Lot B, and the spaces for guests along the north side of Lot A.
  • Additional parking, with no permit necessary, is available in the Hudson Gardens gravel lot to the north of the Seminary campus.

Faculty and Staff

  • Lot C is reserved for faculty and staff only (displaying the proper permit) Monday–Friday, between the hours of 7:30am and 5:00pm.
  • Parking is also available in Lots A, B and D, which is open to all students, faculty and staff displaying the proper permit, except spaces designated for handicap parking, Shepherd’s Gate clinic in Lot D, the spaces for guests (by permit only) in the southwest corner of Lot B, and the spaces for guests along the north side of Lot A.
  • Parking in Lot D to the south and southwest of the Graber building, is limited to 24 hours in order to make more spaces available through increased turnover for campus residents, other students, faculty and staff throughout the day and night.
  • Parking in the west section of Lot D in the numbered spaces in and around the campus apartments is reserved for campus residents only.
  • Additional parking, with no permit necessary, is available in the Hudson Gardens gravel lot to the north of the Seminary campus.

Guest Parking

  • Guest parking is in the designated spaces along the north side of Lot A.  Parking in Lots B, C, D, and the non-designated guest spaces in Lot A is for students and Seminary employees only, displaying the proper permit.
  • There is reserved parking for guests located in the southwest corner of Lot B, by special permit only, Monday-Friday from 7:30am-5:00pm. Permits are issued by authorized Seminary staff to guests such as chapel speakers, those of the President, vendors with appointments with Seminary staff, and other Seminary departments. The permits are to be displayed on the dashboard of the vehicle.
  • Additional parking, with no permit necessary, is available in the Hudson Gardens gravel lot to the north of the Seminary campus.

Moving Violations

  • Drivers in parking lots caught speeding, failing to stop for a stop sign, or failing to yield to a pedestrian in a cross-walk will be issued a moving violation ticket with a fine of $50. Also, riding any motorized vehicle on walkways is not allowed, and will be subject to the issuing of a moving violation ticket. Seminary security staff members are authorized to issue these tickets. In addition, a member of the Seminary community can witness a driver in violation of a regulation, call security, and testify against the driver and have a moving violation ticket issued.

General Policies 

  • Parking in all lots is restricted to marked, painted spaces only.  Parking along the curbs of landscaped islands, or other curbed areas in the parking lots, is prohibited.
  • Vehicles are to be parked one per parking space. Vehicles taking up more than one space are subject to being ticketed.  (Large vehicles, such as moving trucks or vehicles with trailers used for moving have short term permission to occupy more than one parking space in the northeast area of Lot B.)
  • Motorcycles must be parked in parking lots in marked, painted spaces. Motor scooters can be parked in parking lots in marked, painted spaces, or in the Lot D area designated for scooters to the west of the Graber building (reference the campus parking map).  Parking any motorized vehicle on walkways or other unauthorized areas is not allowed, and will be subject to the issuing of a ticket. Riding any motorized vehicle on walkways is not allowed, and will be subject to the issuing of a moving violation ticket.
  • Staying/sleeping overnight in any vehicle in any Seminary parking lot is prohibited.

Enforcement of Policies

  • Enforcement of these policies is through the issuing of parking tickets or moving violations tickets by authorized Seminary personnel. Tickets are to be paid at the Campus Operations Group (COG) front desk. Tickets remaining unpaid will be charged to the violator’s student account.

Questions on any of these policies can be directed to Kent Quackenbush at or 303-762-6923.

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