Parking for Local Community Members

As a goodwill service to the local community, Manhattan College offers a certain number of permitted parking spaces available at no cost for use on a year-round basis.

Permit Application

  • Applicants must reside at, and the vehicle must be registered and insured to, an address in either the 10463 or 10471 ZIP code.
  • Permits are valid for one year from July 1 - June 30.
  • Parking permits are awarded on a first come basis via an online application each May. 
  • All permit holders must re-apply each year. Currently or previously holding a permit is not a guarantee of future parking.
  • The online application is closed as soon as spaces are filled.
  • Community members who are awarded a parking permit must submit the public parking agreement form.

All parking spaces for 2016-17 have been assigned and the application process is now closed. Current permits expire on June 30, 2017.

The application for 2017-18 will be available here starting at 9 a.m. on Friday, May 26. 

  • Parking Regulations

    Anyone who uses the Manhattan College Broadway parking facility is required to abide by Manhattan College parking regulations, instructions given by public safety personnel and vehicle traffic signs.

    The following parking actions are prohibited:

    • Parking in handicapped space without authorized hang tag
    • Parking in an unauthorized area may result in the vehicle being ticketed and/or towed away at the owner’s expense
    • Blocking other vehicles may result in the vehicle being towed at the owner’s expense
    • Tampering with or removing a college parking permit without permission
    • Resale or transfer of a parking permit.  Permits are issued to a specific vehicle and are not transferrable.
    • Involvement with the production or use of a forged parking permit
    • Displaying an expired decal or an unauthorized parking permit
    • Speeding or driving in a reckless manner
    • Failure to yield to pedestrians at all times
    • Failure to obey parking signs and/or traffic signs and regulations.
    • Parking anywhere other than the spot corresponding to the vehicle’s permit.
    • Failure to display a valid New York State vehicle registration sticker on the vehicle.
    • Littering, loitering or repairing vehicles on the premises.

    Any violation of the aforementioned parking permit regulations or directives may result in suspension/loss of parking privileges.

    If someone is parked in your assigned space, report that to Manhattan College Public Safety.  This situation does not authorize you to park in another space.  Manhattan College will resolve the issue as soon as possible, but it will likely mean you will not be able to park in the garage until the offending vehicle is removed.

  • Parking Fines and Late Fees
    • Summons may be issued for parking violations.
    • If summons is not paid within 20 calendar days, a $5 late fee will be assessed.
    • Unpaid fines will result in suspension/loss of parking privileges.
    • Citation payments may be mailed in using the envelope provided at time of citation.

    For additional instructions or questions, call Public Safety at 718-862-7240.