Disabled Parking Program (DPP)
Florida State University is committed to ensuring that individuals with disabilities are not discriminated against and that they have equal opportunity and access to all the rights and privileges enjoyed by those who are not disabled. The University complies with all applicable federal and state laws, regulations, ordinances, orders, and rules.
In addition to complying with applicable laws, FSU has dedicated disabled parking for home football games. Due to the high demand for parking during FSU football games, these parking spaces are available through an application process.
Disabled parking spaces for FSU football games are located either adjacent to the stadium or in the West Pensacola Parking Garage (Booster Lot 9), which is located on the northwest corner of St. Augustine Street and Walker Street (just south of West Pensacola Street). Individuals provided access to a disabled parking space or area will be mailed information that includes a game-day parking placard(s) and a parking map with directions to the assigned space or area. The placards are non-transferable and remain the property of Florida State University.
Every attempt will be made to accommodate each request. However, due to the limited allocation of parking spaces, assignments will be made on a first-come, first-served basis. An individual who has received a parking placard in a prior year will not automatically receive a parking placard for subsequent years; an application must be completed each year. Any applicant who applies for disabled parking but does not receive a space due to limited availability will be placed on a waiting list in the order that the request was received. At the time a space becomes available, the applicant will be promptly notified. Those not assigned a disabled parking space in the West Pensacola Street Parking Garage can take advantage of additional disabled parking at St. Augustine Parking Garage located on the northeast corner of Copeland Street and St. Augustine Street. Dial-A-Ride transit services are available at both parking locations.
An individual who receives a parking assignment as a part of their Seminole Boosters package must choose either their Booster location or the disabled parking location, but not both. Selecting disability parking will cancel the Boosters parking assignment.
Football Ticket Information: Don't forget to request seating accommodations, if needed.
For further information, contact Transportation and Parking Services at (850) 644.5278 or email@example.com.
Regular Season Game Parking
Several campus parking venues, mainly west of Woodward Avenue, will be closed for reserved parking on home football game days. All vehicles MUST be removed from these lots by 11:59 PM the night before a home game (students, please do not relocate to Faculty/Staff parking areas until after 4:30 PM on Fridays). Vehicles parked after 11:59 PM the night before game day will be towed at the owner's expense. This includes the overnight parking venues on the top floors of the Woodward Street, Spirit Way, and West Pensacola parking garages. All floors of the Call Street and Traditions parking garages are available for overnight parking on the weekends.
The two lots on Lake Bradford Road are reserved for Seminole Booster motor home parking; therefore, no vehicles will be permitted in those lots after 8:00 PM on Thursday, prior to game day. Vehicles parked in those lots after 8:00 PM two days prior to game day WILL BE TOWED at the owner's expense. The tow company will be Hobkirk Enterprises Towing & Recovery, phone number (850) 224.6456.
All vehicles parked on the IM Fields (Booster Lot 14) must be removed within 3 hours after the end of the game. The remaining vehicles will be towed at the owner's expense.
Please view the Football Game Day Parking Map to assist in locating parking lots available to faculty, staff and students on football game weekends.