Public Safety and Transportation

 

Vehicle Registration for Adelphi

Get the right permit or decal for your parking needs.

Please review the information below about obtaining and displaying parking decals, temporary permits and handicapped accessible parking permits.


Parking Decals and Temporary Permits

You must bring the following items/documents to the Department of Public Safety and Transportation to obtain a parking decal or temporary permit:

  • Current University ID
  • valid vehicle registration showing plate number and description of vehicle
  • bursar’s receipt or other proof that you are a registered student or employee
    1. Parking decals must be affixed to the rear bumper (driver’s side).
    2. Temporary permits must be displayed on the dashboard (driver’s side).
    3. Special permits and day passes must be displayed on the dashboard (driver’s side).
    4. One Day Visitor Permits can be obtained at the Public Safety Command Center, Levermore Hall, Ste 113.

    Permits/Decals expire annually on September 30. 

Permits/Decals expire annually on September 30. 
Replacement fee for lost parking permits is $15.


Accessible Parking Permits

Students, faculty and staff who have a government issued accessible pass and require campus parking must obtain university accessible parking permits for parking in designated accessible areas.  Passes will be distributed only if the government issued pass is valid for the Adelphi community member and the vehicle is properly registered with the university and displays the authorized decal on the rear bumper (driver’s side).

Visitors who require accessible parking can obtain a one-day visitor pass to park in accessible areas as long as a government issued permit is visible.

Adelphi accessible passes may be obtained by:

  • Faculty and staff seeking temporary accessible parking permits should go to the Health Services Center located in Waldo Hall, first floor or can call ext. 6000.
  • Faculty and staff seeking permits that expire the same date as their government issue permit should go to Public Safety and Transportation, Levermore Hall room 113 or can call ext. 3500. Government permits and Driver’s License required.
  • Students seeking accessible parking permits should go to the Student Access Office, Post Hall or can call ext. 3806. Government permits and Driver’s License required.

Vehicles without the proper accessible permits or one-day visitor passes that are parked in accessible areas will be summonsed and may be towed at the owner’s expense.

Note:  All Adelphi accessible parking permits will expire the same date as their government issued accessible parking permit.  Faculty and staff will be required to obtain new accessible parking permits at that time.  Furthermore, if the faculty or staff member changes vehicles or registration they must come to public safety for a new permit.  If the Adelphi placard becomes unreadable a new permit must be obtained from public safety.

 

For further information, please contact:

Public Safety and Transportation
Levermore Hall, Suite 113
p – 516.877.3500 or dial "5" from any on-campus phone

Regular Office Hours
Monday–Thursday: 8:30 a.m.–6:00 p.m.
Friday:  8:30 a.m.–4:30 p.m.

After hours calls will be received by the  24-hour Public Safety Command Center in Levermore Hall, Suite 113.

 
 
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