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Beat The Rush And Purchase Your Permit Online Now

Parking permits for the 2021/2022 academic year will go on sale on July 1, 2021. The Boise State Transit Center will be open for in-person permit sales, however, all students and staff are encouraged to purchase their permits online unless they need assistance in the purchasing process.

Purchasing a Permit

Here is what you need to know to successfully purchase your parking permit:

  • Purchase your permit as soon as possible.  Parking permits are a valued commodity on campus.  We recommend buying your parking permit early in order to ensure you receive access to your preferred parking zone.
  • Our website is  Once on that website, select the “Purchase a Permit” link.
  • Parking permits will be mailed to you if purchased prior to August 8, 2021.  Students: make sure your address is up to date in your student account.
  • Your license plate is critical to your permit; ensure your license plate, and vehicle information are up to date prior to purchasing your permit.
  • Payroll deduct is still available for employees using the online system.  If you are a new employee and need assistance, email our team at
  • New this year, to allow greater payment flexibility students may add the cost of their permit to their Boise State student account.  Just select “Student Account” as your payment method.  More information about all payment types available here.
  • Your current parking permit permissions will remain valid until August 8, 2021.  Although new parking permits are not valid until August 9, 2021, they will be honored once received and displayed in conjunction with a valid registered license plate. 

The Transit Center is offering in-person services Monday – Thursday 9am to 4pm and we are also available to respond to emails and voicemails Monday – Friday 8am to 5pm. Call us at 208-426-PARK (7275) or email us at if you have any questions.  Our team is ready to help solve any issues you may face in navigating the online system so please reach out with questions.  We hope you are staying well and safe; take care of yourself.  Thank you for your patience and kindness.