Employees with disabilities may park in any stall as authorized by the DMV when you display your valid UCLA Disabled Parking permit and your disabled person's license plate/placard. UCLA permits are also required at Pay Station stalls.
Note: You may not park in Red Zones, Loading Zones, or aisles and areas not specifically marked as parking stalls.
For UCLA Faculty or Staff Members:
With a DMV Permanent Disabled Person's Parking Placard/License Plate
Work with your Departmental Parking Coordinator to complete the proper form requesting a transfer to a Disabled Permit Blue (DPBL) permit. The DPBL permit is provided at the same rate as a Yellow permit. To complete the transfer, bring your completed form and a copy of your placard or disabled person's license plate registration and your current permit to UCLA Transportation and we will convert your regular parking assignment to DPBL.
With a DMV Temporary Disability Placard
Contact your Departmental Parking Coordinator or call UCLA Transportation at (310) 206-3884 for further instructions.
Without a DMV Placard/License Plate Who Would Like to Request a Short-Term Transfer to Alternate Parking
Occupational Health Facility requires a physician’s letter stating the nature of your disability along with the length of time of the disability. They will evaluate the physician's statement of disability and give you a form to forward to UCLA Transportation. Once the form is received from Occupational Health, we will accommodate your request and relocate you to the closest available parking area.
Without a DMV Disability Placard
UCLA staff and faculty members without a DMV disability placard are ineligible for a UCLA Disabled Parking permit. Work with your Departmental Parking Coordinator to complete a standard Employee Parking Application.
Misuse of a Disabled Placard
Parking Services is committed to assisting disability placard and permit holders in utilizing accessible parking on campus. We need your help in protecting campus parking spaces for legitimate permit holders and stopping placard misuse. Report any misuse of a disabled placard by calling the Disabled Placard (DP) Hotline at (310) 825-9555.