Middlebury

 

Visitor Parking

General Information

Currently there are limitations on the number of available visitor parking spaces near the center of campus.  Visitor parking is allowed in some faculty and staff lots, but the visitor may only find limited spaces available. We encourage all visitors to take advantage of available visitor parking in Q Lot at the Mahaney Center for the Arts.   Additional information about event parking is listed below.

Parking Lot Designations

Visitor - Directions to Campus and Parking Map 

Weekday Campus Visitor

Visitors and guests coming to campus Mon.-Fri. between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. should display a College parking permit to avoid being ticketed. Temporary parking permits may be obtained from Public Safety.

All guest vehicles must be registered with the Department of Public Safety. Students, College offices and departments that host visitors are responsible for acquainting their guests with the parking regulations. Students are responsible for their guests' vehicles while they are on Middlebury College property. Departments hosting a special event on a weekday should notify Public Safety in advance.

Special Events - Visitor Parking

Middlebury College often hosts events open to the public, such as concerts and athletic games. These visitors do not need to acquire a parking permit for evening and weekend events.

Event placards may be distributed for large events occurring during the day, weekend, and overnight. Placards are created by Public Safety and are handed out at event registration. Examples: Fall Family Weekend

Click here for more information on event parking.

Overnight Visitor or Guest - Parking Pass

Any guest of the College or of any member of the campus community planning to park a vehicle on campus overnight must register the vehicle with the Department of Public Safety and obtain a Guest Parking Pass. Failure to do so may result in the vehicle being ticketed, towed or booted. Overnight parking is available in the Mahaney Center for the Arts parking lot. Public Safety will need to see the guest's valid driver's license and vehicle registration before issuing a parking pass.