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Register Your Vehicle

If you choose to park at any OSU-Cascades lot, your license plate will serve as your permit. All parking will be monitored and enforced using license plate recognition technology. All employees and students will be required to register their license plate with OSU-Cascades. Registration can occur by setting up a parking account HERE.

Starting on Wednesday, January 11, 2017, you will be able to pre-fund your parking account online. Earn four free days of parking if you follow these steps by 1/20/17:

Step 1: Register your vehicle or login at https://osuparking.lprpermit.com
Step 2: Under “permit details” page, choose the “pay-as-you-go” option to prefund your parking account.
Step 3: Select the prefunded amount to deposit into your parking account and enter credit/debit card details.
Step 4: Each day your vehicle is on campus, parking fees of $0.50 per hour (or maximum of $2/day) will be deducted from your account balance upon exiting the parking lot.

If you do not prefund a parking account, you can pay a $3 daily fee at the parking kiosk located between Tykeson Hall and the Dining Hall.

On-Campus Parking Lot at 1500 SW Chandler Avenue

On-site parking on the OSU-Cascades campus is intended to be short-term in nature and has a daily fee of $3 per day to encourage turn-over. This fee is discounted for registered parkers that pre-fund their parking account. Free parking is available in all other OSU-Cascades parking lots.

Free Daily Parking

Free daily parking is available to students, staff and faculty at an off-site parking lot located in the NE corner of the Columbia Street/Simpson Avenue intersection. Please access the lot at 100 SW Bradbury Way and use the portion of the lot that is designated for OSU-Cascades Parking. 

Free parking is available for students, faculty, staff and visitors doing business at the Graduate and Research Center at 650 SW Columbia Street.

Motorcycle Parking for Employees and Students

FREE in designated spaces only. Registering your motorcycle as a vehicle is required.

Connecting the Campus by Bus or Safe Rides

Transit services, bike share, and designated safe walking routes between campus facilities are provided. Cascades East Transit (CET), as an extension of their regular Bend routes, will provide transit service between the 10-acre campus and the off-site lot every 30 minutes via Routes 10, 11, and 12. Check CET’s website for the latest routing and schedules. Bend bus routes are free with your OSU-Cascades ID and a current sticker available in the residential hall mail room.  

Students and employees that would like to request or schedule a safe ride during campus safety hours of operation may contact OSU-Cascades Department of Public Safety at 541-322-3110. 

Pre-Tax Parking Option for Employees

State and Federal tax laws allow employeesto save taxes on parking at work by setting up a pretax payroll deduction that reduces taxable income. Qualified expenses are exempt from Federal, State and FICA (Social Security and Medicare) taxes. Your tax savings will vary, depending on your deduction amount and your tax bracket. Most employees will save approximately $13.50 on every $50 they pay for qualified expenses (27%).Employees can complete the online enrollment form throughout the year. 

To get started, learn more at: http://asiflex.com/Commuter

An online form can be downloaded at: https://www.oregon.gov/oha/pebb/2016Benefits/2016Commuter.pdf

Submit forms to David Barnes in Dining Hall Room 108.