Parking

SUMMER & FALL 2022 (Updated September 2022)

The Main Garage is available for all staff, faculty, and students.  

Individuals who wish to utilize the Main Garage should adhere to the following: 

  • Ensure that you have your College ID, as your ID will be required to enter/exit. Without your ID you will not be permitted to park in the garage. 

  • No outside/guest parking will be permitted. 

  • No overnight parking is permitted. 

In addition to the Main Garage, those monthly parkers prior to COVID will be assigned to the Bonnell (Flat) Lot and CBI Garage. Only those assigned will have access to their respective locations. 

Effective July 1, 2022, Main Campus Parking (garages and Lots) will no longer be free of charge for faculty, staff, and students. 

Please refer to the information below regarding parking: 

New to Monthly Parking 

To access monthly parking you must complete an application. Please note all parking assignments and location requests will be based on availability 

Parking Information for Students 

Daily parking will remain available on a first-come, first-serve basis in the Main Garage for a daily rate of $6.00 (cash or credit) or $5.50 with your Lion Card (CCP ID Card). Funds must be loaded to your card and available on your ID before entering the garage. You do not need to complete a form for daily parking. 

There are a few spots available in the CBI for students interested in semester parking. Please email  for more information. 

Daily Parking on Main Campus 

Parking at the Main Garage on Main Campus is available on a first-come, first-served basis. Please note that it is not unusual for the Main Garage to be at full capacity by 8:15 a.m. on weekdays.

Daily Parking Hours

Fall Semester Main Garage Hours (Effective September 6, 2022)

  • Monday-Thursday, 6:30 a.m.-11:00 p.m., when classes are scheduled
  • Friday, 6:30 a.m.-7:00 p.m., when classes are scheduled
  • Saturday, 7:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m., when classes are scheduled
  • Closed Sunday

Costs for Daily Parking 

Daily parking will remain available on a first-come, first-serve basis in the Main Garage for a daily rate of $6.00 (cash or credit) or $5.50 with your Lion Card. Funds must be available on your ID before entering the garage. You do not need to complete a form for daily parking. 

Student Parking 

Students can park on campus for a daily rate of $6.00 cash or credit, ($5.50 if using the Lion Card. Funds must be loaded onto the card before accessing the garage.) Students will also be subject to a first come first serve basis. 

Employee Parking

Effective July 1, 2022, paid parking will resume. 

Parking assignments will be based on availability.  

Monthly parking rates will not be pro-rated due to Hybrid work arrangements. A daily rate option is available ONLY in the Main Garage for those who do not wish to pay for monthly parking.

View Employee Parking options

Street Parking

Street parking is available along most major streets that run through and around Main Campus, including 16th, 17th, 18th, Callowhill, and Spring Garden streets. These spots fill quickly and are subject to posted meter or kiosk hourly rates.

Regional Center Parking

The Northeast Regional Center offers spacious, adjoining lots for ample parking at no charge. Preferred spots are available for hybrid vehicles. The West Regional Center has limited dedicated parking with street parking for overflow.

Frequently Asked Questions (Updated May 2022)

What are the parking rates? Have they changed due to COVID? 

Effective September through December the parking rates will follow the summer's special rates. The parking rates can be viewed here. 

How do I pay for monthly parking? 

Full-time staff and faculty must pay for parking through payroll deductions. Part-time staff and faculty must pay for parking by check.  

I will be working on a hybrid schedule, will the rates remain the same? 

Yes. Monthly parking rates will remain the same. If you do not wish to pay the monthly rate, please consider parking in the Main Garage at the daily rate of $6 (Cash or Credit) or $5.50 with your Lion Card (CCP). Please note, that funds must be added to your Lion Card prior to entering the garage. 

As a faculty member of CCP, I want to save my parking space until I return to campus in August/September, can I do this? 

Yes. Faculty members and individuals on sabbatical can reserve their parking space for a specified period. You must complete a suspension of parking form to remove any payroll deductions and alert the parking staff. More information about this can be found here.   

The garage arm is up, do I still have to swipe my ID to enter/exit the garage? 

Yes! You must swipe your ID card to enter/exit the garage each time you are using the garage. Without doing so the system will not allow you to access the garage on your next visit. 
 

Is my parking spot assigned based on my office location?  

Although we aim to accommodate each request, we are unable to do so. If you need an accommodation for other reasons, please click here and complete the appropriate forms to have your accommodation fulfilled 

Are students required to submit an application for parking?  

There are a few spots available in the CBI for students interested in semester parking. Please email p  for more information.  

Can I submit an application for Summer/Fall 2022?  

Yes. Please refer to the CNEWS that was sent out on April 28, 2022. 
 

How do I complete a request to be put on the waitlist for parking this semester? 

Currently, we are not keeping a waitlist for parking.  

I now longer require parking, how do I cancel my monthly parking?

Monthly Parking suspension forms are due by the 15th of the Month for the following month's payroll. The suspension begins at the beginning of the Month. Monthly Parking is not prorated

I’m having issues swiping my ID card to gain access to the garage. Do I have to visit the school to have this issue rectified?  

Does the College offer overnight parking? 

No. Overnight parking is not available 

I’m having issues swiping my ID card to gain access to the garage. Do I have to visit the school to have this issue rectified? 

NO. Please send an email to including your J# so we can correct any card issues.

  

Community College of Philadelphia is not responsible for damage and/or loss of the parker's vehicle or the contents therein due to fire, theft, natural disaster or other causes.