As members of the Lafayette and College Hill communities, two things are important—making good choices and being a good neighbor. Where you park matters to those who live on College Hill.

A black and white illusrtration of a car parked next to a parking signThere is limited parking on some streets, so if you have an on-campus sticker, park on campus. If you live off campus, park where you are permitted. When parking, don’t block driveways, alleyways, or handicap parking areas. And if there’s snow, shovel your own spot. Don’t park in someone else’s shoveled-out spot, and better yet, help a neighbor shovel out their spot.

Smart parking builds strong neighborhood relationships, which are an important part of the Lafayette experience. Help others have a good experience.

Learn more about Lafayette and Easton parking regulations.

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