Parking

All parking is managed by UF Transportation and Parking Services. For more information visit the TAPS webpage.

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Temporary parking decals were mailed to all incoming residents and interns from the CVM Personnel Office, which will be valid for the first three days of Orientation only.

During Orientation, a scheduled time frame is available to purchase permanent parking decals and should not be purchased before then. At that time please feel free to refer to the below information to aid in your decision:

  • Options for review are available on the TAPS website here. It is recommended to purchase either the green or blue decal:
    • Green/Staff Commuter: Recommended if arriving before 8 AM
    • Blue: Recommended if arriving after 8 AM. Blue decal supersedes green decal and can be utilized in either green or blue reserved areas.
  • The Veterinary Hospitals common parking lots for green and blue decals are notated below:

If you are having issues regarding your temporary parking decal please inform UF CVM Personnel Human Resources Generalist, Glen Mapes:

Glen Mapes
Office Manager
Human Resources Generalist II
College of Veterinary Medicine
University of Florida
Phone: 352-294-4222
Email: mapesg@ufl.edu

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