SAN FRANCISCO’S 25% PARKING TAX EFFECTIVE JUNE 1, 2020
The city and county of San Francisco will begin collecting the mandated 25% parking tax from all drivers who park on campus, as ordered by the California Supreme Court. This 25% parking tax will be added to the cost of all parking permits sold on campus or through payroll deduction, which includes daily, semester and annual permits, with the exception of on-campus resident student semester permits.
For payroll deduction permits, parking tax will be added starting with May paycheck which pays for June permit. San Francisco State University has not increased its rates for parking permits.
More information on the ruling can be found in this San Francisco Chronicle article.
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SHUTTLE SERVICE UPDATE
Effective April 1, 2020 the campus loop shuttle service will be reduced and will run every 25 minutes, Monday - Friday between the hours of 7:00am to 6:00pm.
The last day of shuttle service for the spring semester will be May 22nd.
For a more detailed service schedule, please visit SFSU Shuttles.
PARKING AND TRANSPORTATION OFFICE UPDATE
Our Parking and Transportation Office will be temporarily closed until further notice in response to the issued shelter-in-place orders to mitigate the spread of COVID-19. Services and requests for assistance will be provided via virtual modalities during the hours of 8am to 5pm, Monday through Friday. Parking staff will be available to provide assistance via email, email@example.com.
Safety Escorts are available and can be requested by calling Police Dispatch Center at (415) 338-7200 and then press 0 to speak to a dispatcher. Please visit https://parking.sfsu.edu/care-escort-program to get additional information.
For emergency assistance, please call the University Police at (415) 338-2222.
Virtual permits allow you to park in your designated parking lots, and the license plate registered when you purchase a permit becomes your virtual parking permit.
Virtual permit also allows Parking & Transportation to support the University’s commitment to zero waste and campus sustainability while making purchasing parking permits more convenient, efficient and cost effective.
TO PURCHASE VIRTUAL PARKING PERMIT