Permit Hangtag Display
Penn Parking hangtags are being issued on a rolling basis, replacing its permit stickers. The transition to hangtags will enable patrons to easily park regardless of the car they are driving by simply moving the hangtag and entering the replacement car information in the online parking system accessible from update your parking, eliminating the need to call or visit the Parking Office to register a new or temporary replacement vehicle. Patrons may register multiple vehicles, but only one car may use the hangtag at a time. Registration is considered complete when the hangtag is visible from the rear view mirror of the vehicle being registered. The vehicle must be parked in the assigned lot or in any surface lot after 5 pm Monday-Friday and over the weekend. Vehicles in violation risk receiving a warning ticket. Replacement permit hangtags may be obtained in the Parking Office. A fee will be assessed for lost or stolen permit hangtags. Additional fees will be assessed for lost garage access cards. The permit holder is responsible for advising the Parking Office of any change in vehicle and/or license plate number. To temporarily park an unregistered vehicle in an assigned lot (due to new purchase, repair or emergency), the permit holder must use the same hangtag without notifying the Parking Office. Personal notes placed on or inside vehicles are not valid.
Parking permits are not transferable and will be revoked in the event of misrepresentation of any applicant, permit, or vehicle.
Parking permits may be canceled at any time during the year. To cancel a permit, the permit hangtag must be removed from the vehicle and returned along with the card access key (if issued) to the Parking Office, 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 447A. A pro rata refund will then be processed or payroll deduction canceled, based on the date of receipt of these materials. Payroll deductions will not be removed until the credentials are returned. Please notify the Parking Office if the credentials cannot be returned immediately.
Only permit holders who are on maternity or medical leave may return to their same parking location when they return to campus.
Lost or damaged Hangtags and Garage Access Cards
If your hangtag or garage access card is lost, the Parking Office will issue another hangtag or access card for a fee of $30, payable by credit or debit card only. Checks or cash will not be honored. If the old hangtag or access card is located within two weeks the fee will be refunded. Visit the Parking Office, 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 447A, Monday through Friday, 8:30 am to 5 pm. Damaged hanging tags and garage access cards will be replaced at no cost.