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Binghamton University's Parking Services
is charged with the management, operation, control, and general improvements to campus parking, within the program objectives established by the University.
The parking program is self-supporting, so fees must be charged to support its services. All revenues are used for staffing, office operations, lot maintenance, lighting, construction, safety measures, and other parking support services.
Parking Services and the administrators who oversee the program welcome your questions and comments about the quality of service.
The Director of Parking Services manages the operation of Parking Services and coordinates the use of all parking facilities on campus. The Director is responsible for the administration of the program, with the policy guidance from the vice president of administration.
"Have-a-Heart" for homeless pets
Parking Services is sponsoring the "Have-a-Heart" campaign from Feb. 5-28. This campaign is to benefit the needs of the homeless animals currently at the Humane Society. The Humane Society is in desperate need of dog and cat food, treats and toys for dogs and cats, and kitty litter. The drop-off locations will be the Parking Garage, Parking Services, Student Accounts, the lobby of the Couper Administration Building, the Institute for Child Development, the Campus Preschool and the University Downtown Center.
Anyone wishing to donate a large item can call Parking Services at 777-2279 to arrange for a pick-up.