First Time Parking Permit Purchases
If you are a full-time career employee or on casual employment status with 40% full time employment through the end of the fiscal year, your annual permit fee can be deducted from your paycheck each month for most permit types.
You must enroll in Wageworks to activate payroll deduction before you come to the P&T office. UC Berkeley has partnered with WageWorks to manage your commuter benefit elections for both alternative transportation and parking via payroll deduction.
- After enrolling in WageWorks, come to the Parking and Transportation (P&T) office at 2150 Kittredge Street in Berkeley.
- Present a valid Cal photo ID or have your department payroll representative complete the employment verification form. P&T will then verify your employment status throught the Human Capital Management System (HCM).
Human Capital Management system (HCM):
If the employee's information is not in HCM, the employee must ask his or her payroll representative to complete and sign an employment verification form, which must be filled out accurately and in full. In 30 days from the date of purchase, HCM will be checked to confirm that the information on the employment verification form has been uploaded. If HCM is still not updated, the employee may be required to return the permit.
Please note: employees are required to inform P&T of any changes in employment.
Most annual parking permits can be paid for through payroll deduction with a pro-rated amount due until payroll deduction starts. For those paying upfront and not utilizing payroll deduction, the following payment methods will be accepted:
- Credit Card (Visa, Master Card, Discover)
PURCHASING YOUR PERMIT THROUGH WAGEWORKS
Please see our WageWork Order Directions section for more information.
Extended Absence and Payroll Deduction
In case of Leave of Absence Without Pay, Wageworks does not suspend payroll deductions. You will need to cancel your permit if you are currently not receiving a paycheck from the University.
Canceling or "Opting Out" of a Permit
Parking permits may be canceled once within any fiscal year (July through June) without a processing charge. More than one cancellation during the fiscal year may incur a processing fee.
To cancel your permit:
- Print, complete and sign a Permit Cancellation Form.
- Bring the completed form, along with your permit, to the P&T office.
Permit holders using payroll deduction must return their parking permit along with the cancellation form to the P&T office on or before the 10th of the month to prevent a deduction from the following month’s paycheck.
Lost or Forgotten Permit
Central Campus, Faculty/Staff and student permit holders may visit the P&T office for temporary one-day permits. Daily rates apply. Handwritten notes do not substitute for a temporary permit; vehicles that are not displaying a permit will be cited. For a lost or replacement permit, the permit holder must fill out the Request for Replacement Permit Form.
There is a $35 replacement fee for lost permits. Stolen permits will be replaced at no charge if a police report is provided. All replacement requests must be submitted in person at the P&T office.