This is a different semester than what we are used to, but some things remain constant: Regardless of whether you’re living or parking on or off campus, you must register your vehicle.  The Lafayette parking sticker must be displayed on your vehicle.

If you are residing off campus, you also must apply for a residential parking permit (RPP) from the Easton Traffic Division.  A list is sent to the Traffic Division from Lafayette, and if your name is not on it, Easton will not give you an RPP.

For the fall, students assigned to park on campus also are allowed to park in Markle or Sullivan decks. Off-campus students may not park on campus 7:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday through Friday.

Students may not park in staff-only areas, including, but not limited to, lots at Bailey Health Center, both sides of Kirby House, March Field, South College, Van Wickle, Watson Hall (lot A), Simon Center, Clinton Terrace, and Pierce St., as well as parking spaces adjacent to Oechsle Center for Global Education. An enforcement officer is patrolling all lots. Read about parking regulations and fines.

Easton has two areas around campus that have limited-time parking zones. In the area of Kirby Sports Center as indicated by a sign, parking is limited to two hours. There is a three-hour limit in the area bounded by High Street to Clinton Terrace and McCartney Street to Reeder Street. Easton will ticket vehicles without an RPP if they are parked in excess of posted times.

Students parking on Easton streets also should be aware of signs for street sweeping and snow emergency routes. College Hill snow emergency routes: Cattell Street between College Avenue and Knox Avenue, College Avenue between North 3rd Street and Cattell Street, Delaware Drive North (Rt. 611) between Larry Holmes Drive and City Line, Knox Avenue between Cattell Street and City Line, Lafayette Street between Bushkill Drive and North Delaware Drive.

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