ADA Accessible parking is available throughout campus in visitor lots, meters and pay stations and in permit-controlled parking lots.
Blue/white pavement striping, blue and white signs, and the universal access symbol identify these spaces. A state-issued accessible license plate, permit, decal or placard must be displayed at all times in vehicles parked in ADA accessible spaces. In permit-controlled lots, a UCB campus permit must accompany the state-issued placard or license.
If you are physically unable to attend class or a meeting (due to injury or illness), review options available for attending remotely.
Purchasing a Permit for ADA Accessible Parking
Complete the CU Application for Disability Privileges and the State of Colorado's Application for Disability Parking Privileges. Both the applicant and their physician must complete and sign the appropriate sections of the form to obtain a state-issued placard through the local county motor vehicle office.
Bring the state-issued placard registration and the CU Application for Disability Privileges to the Parking Services' office to purchase your permit.
CU Boulder Football Games
Parking for persons with disabilities is available in lot 204 (18th Street/Euclid Avenue). A wheelchair-accessible shuttle transports ticket holders with disabilities between lot 204 and Folsom Stadium continuously for two hours before and for one hour after the game. If additional accessible parking arrangements are needed to accommodate fans' needs, please call Parking Services' Events Team at 303-492-7344.
Vehicles not displaying CU Boulder parking permits will be charged $25 per parking space.
CU Boulder Basketball Games
Accessible parking is available at meters along Regent Drive. No parking fee is charged during basketball games.
For additional disability information visit the CU Boulder Disability Services website and the Boulder County transportation disability resource page.
Some of the documents and forms on this page are not fully accessible for users who employ screen readers and other assistive devices. If you use assistive technology and need access to one of the not yet remediated documents, please contact Parking Services' Customer Service Specialists at (303) 735-PARK (7275).