Group 5

Leased Parking

Leased Parking Options

The Town of Chapel Hill offers monthly and semester leased parking options in several lots and decks.

Monthly Leased Parking ($125-$175/mo.)

Monthly Leased Parking Permits are available at the Wallace Deck.  Daytime use (valid during paid hours 8a-8p) are $125 permits.  A limited number of 24-hour rentals (allowing overnight parking) are offered when available for $175.  Due to limited capacity, priority is given to downtown businesses and employees. To apply for a permit, please complete a Rental Agreement and submit via email to parking@townofchapelhill.org.

Downtown Employee Parking Permits ($20/mo.)

Available to eligible downtown employers for use by employees, valid Mon.-Sat. starting at 3:30pm in designated areas. To apply via email, contact parking@townofchapelhill.org. Please include a completed and signed Rental Agreement.

Semester Leased Parking (Students only, $525/semester)

(Summer Session parking $262.50/session)

There are no more vacancies for 2022-23 Semester Leased Parking. Our waitlist is also full and no longer accepting applications.

PARKING SERVICES NEWS RELEASE

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: November 18, 2022

ISSUED BY: Parking Services

SUBJECT: 140 West Parking Deck Repair Project

CONTACT: parking@townofchapelhill.org

The 140 West parking deck will undergo a restoration/waterproofing project for approximately ten weeks beginning in December to fix the water leaks, along with some plaza resurfacing and additional bollards to prevent vehicles from driving on the plaza level.  The 140 West Parking Deck will start to see activity mid-December, around the 12-16, which will affect an area of 30-parking spaces at a time on the public parking level.  The EV-charging stations will be affected for a period during construction.

The lower level, private parking spaces for residents, will be blocked for a Sunday night into Monday at a later date in the project.  This coordination is to take care of the only entry/exit for the private parking at a time least used.  The Town will coordinate with the 140 West condominium association to move residents’ cars to another Town parking lot during this period, so the residents will have access to their vehicles if needed.  The contractors will place plastic drapes as a barrier to protect parked cars and to help control dust on the public parking level. All dates and timeframes are weather dependent and may be adjusted as needed.

For updates to this project, visit parkonthehill.com

For a printable copy of this press release, click here.