Construction and Service Vehicles

Parking is not free in any location on campus regardless of if the area is paved, grass, or dirt/gravel on UCO’s campus. Vehicles parking on UCO property are subject to all UCO parking rules and regulations. The policies stated on this page are for Service Vehicles and Construction, if you are needing parking for visitors or departmental guests please visit the Visitor & Event sections.

Service Vehicle (Contractor) Parking

1. Parking is not free in any location on campus regardless of if the area is paved, grass, or dirt/gravel on UCO’s campus.

2. Vehicles parking on UCO property are subject to all UCO parking rules and regulations.

3. When requested, TPS representatives will attend pre-bid and pre-construction meetings to relay parking permit costs and policies associated with each construction project. A&E is to notify and coordinate attendance at these meetings with TPS.

4. Contractor employees/subcontractors are required to park in lots, spaces, or areas designated by TPS. A hangtag (or windshield sticker) issued by TPS is required to park in all locations and must be displayed at all times while parked on campus.

 a. Should a contractor not feel parking permits are an effective option, a contractor can request from TPS, a part of, or all of a parking lot in which their employees, vendors, subcontractors, etc. can park without receiving a parking ticket. A rate of $15 per month, per space will be assessed for renting a lot.

Construction Staging Policies

The purpose of a staging area is to provide adequate area for material lay down, waste containers and construction equipment access to perform required work.

1. A staging or lay-down area located in an existing parking lot can be secured for a monthly, per-space fee of $15 per month. 

2. Staging areas are to be determined during the project design cycle to allow TPS adequate time to address parking impacts, it is recommended that staging areas are approved one month prior to the start of the project.

3. Once a staging area is approved by TPS, any changes to the initial staging configuration must be approved in advance before taking place by TPS.

4. Staging areas designated for materials must be fenced off. TPS is not liable for stolen materials.

5. Unless otherwise approved by TPS, staging areas are not intended for private vehicle parking.

6. It is the responsibility of the contractor to maintain and restore any damage to parking areas to include cleaning, removing debris and restriping parking stalls deteriorated by the project.

*Failure to communicate this policy does not relieve a contractor, subcontractor, vendor, etc. from responsibility for parking citations received on campus.

**Any citations received for failure to follow parking rules and regulations must be paid.