OHSU

Tickets & Fees

Ticket Instructions

Please follow the instructions on the ticket. Payments must be received by Transportation & Parking within 30 days of issuance.

Pay Your Ticket Online

Unresolved parking fines double after the 30th day. Parking ticket appeals must be submitted within 30 days of issuance of the parking ticket in order to receive an appeals hearing.

Parking Ticket Appeals Regulation

Appeal a Parking Ticket

Appeals received after the 30th day will not be granted. In addition to the unpaid parking fine doubling after the 30th day, the vehicle operator may lose eligibility to renew a parking permit or receive a transit pass, may result in collection proceedings, and may represent violations of the OHSU Code of Conduct, potentially resulting in disciplinary action.

Second Appeals

If the original appeal decision is unsatisfactory, you are welcome to submit a second appeal for consideration by the Strategic Transportation & Parking Advisory Committee (STPAC) within 15 days of receiving the initial appeal decision. STPAC is an independent committee comprised of OHSU community members outside of out department. Any decision made by this committee is final. Payment is expected within 15 days of receiving notice of the final judgement.

Appeal Your Ticket Online

Questions?

OHSU Transportation & Parking: Customer Service Center
Location: 3310 SW US Veteran's Hospital Rd - Room 232
Hours: Mon - Fri 7:00 am - 5:00 pm (Closed every Friday from 2:30 - 3:30 pm)
Phone: 503 44-8283
Email:

Patient Parking Guidelines

OHSU is a patient facility. Patients and their visitors can park in any designated areas for free. Patient parking areas are reserved for patients only, and are strictly enforced.

OHSU Members as Patient or Patient Visitors

If you are an OHSU badgeholder parking your vehicle in patient zones for personal business, please call us at 503-494-8283 to avoid a ticket. We will put you on the "Do Not Ticket Log." Occupying patient spaces for any reason other than an appointment is a violation of OHSU's Code of Conduct.

What you should know

  • Valid parking permits are required Monday – Friday from 8:00 am – 5:00 pm. Permits are required to park in all employee parking lots during these hours.
  • On nights and weekends, employees can park free of charge in any diamond zone, with the exception of any signed or reserved spaces. The Sam Jackson Garage, across the street from the Emergency Room remains restricted to 3 Diamond permit holders 24 / 7.

Parking Enforcement

The OHSU parking code is modeled after the City of Portland's (Title 16) parking rules. Fines for parking violations are set by order of the Presiding Judge of Multnomah County and are the same as for the City of Portland. OHSU parking patrollers enforce parking rules on OHSU owned and controlled property (including Campus Drive), while the City of Portland will enforce parking rules on city streets.

List of ticket types and their associated fees

Please review the new OHSU Parking Code; questions and comments regarding the new code may be sent to