Department of Public Safety
Parking and Transportation Services__________________________________________________________________________________________________
Boulder, Colorado 80309-0502
Dear CU-Boulder Retiree Parking Permit Holder, 1/5/2005
If you have retired from CU prior to January 1, 2005 and are a current holder of a retiree pemrit you now have two options:
A) Take no action and simply retain your current permit granting access to the Euclid AutoPark (EAP or lot 205) at no charge (with overflow parking in the Regent AutoPark -RAP/lot 436) as long as you remain retired.
B) You may trade your lot 205/436 retiree permit for one of the new four-lot retiree permits (such a trade is permanent) that allows free parking in lots 308, 436, 282 and 560 and allows half-price parking in the Euclid AutoPark (all EAP parking charges are rounded up to the nearest quarter dollar). You are familiar with the Euclid AutoPark, the four free lots are:
Lot 308 -south across
Lot 436- east across
Lot 282 -on-street parking on
If you wish to trade in your current 205 permit for one of the new four-lot retiree permits, please contact Sissy Hedrick at Ellen.Hedrick@Colorado.edu or 303-735-8581 to make arrangements to exchange your permit.
Our campus parking map is available on-line at:
http:/ /ucbparking.colorado.edu/Maps/Images/CUCampusParkingMap.pdf. You can ZOOM in and out using the - & + buttons just to the right of center in the tool bar above the map.
Those who retire after December 31,2004 and apply for a retiree permit will be issued one of the new four-1ot permits with half-price access to the Euclid AutoPark.
Our web site http://ucbparking.colorado.edu contains a "guest book" page that allows users to post comments regarding the policy change.
You may also call me with questions or comments at x5-5600.
David Cook, Permits and Transportation Manager
CU Parking and Transportation Services
CB 502 UCB
303- 735-5400 fax