OHSU campuses are pay to park, weekdays 8am to 5pm for any vehicle not arriving for a personal appointment. Designated areas restricted 24/7.
Learn about parking as a patient here.
Parking products, locations and price are located here.
Plan ahead for your first visit
Request a custom trip plan that includes estimated travel time and free parking off campus here (takes about a minute, expect a plan within 2 business days).
Purchase online in advance for best options. If parking at the last-minute, pay stations may also be an option. If unsure what to do, visit a Campus Access and Commute Services Customer Service Center.
Lower cost options
- Split the cost by sharing a ride. MyCommute members can network with colleagues at ohsu.luum.com.
- Park free at over 30 park and rides with direct service to OHSU.
Accessible parking is available at the special reserved rate for employee with an ADA permit or doctor's note. Request the permit here. Select "Request or Stop a Permit."
AFSCME and ONA employees working a night shift who are held over beyond their scheduled shift into paid parking time can have their parking covered as long as they are not parked in patient parking or in 24/7 reserved stalls. Please call 503-494-8283 and provide name, license plate, and reason for coverage.
Maternity Parking Permits are available at the special reserved rate for employees working onsite who are: In their third trimester of pregnancy; have ADA parking; or, can provide a doctor's note.
To park in patient parking for personal maternity visits while on leave, or regularly scheduled reoccurring appointments, request extended coverage by contacting Campus Access and Commute Services. Allow 1 to 2 business days for processing. Parking is free for personal appointments and patient visitors.
For all other on campus personal appointments, when not on extended coverage, you can quickly arrange parking as needed. Learn how here.
People with an OHSU work or education affiliation may park a motorcycle on campus with a free annual permit.
To acquire a permit, use your OHSU login here and select "Request or Stop a Permit."
Non-motorcycle parking at OHSU requires purchase: www.ohsu.edu/permit.
Locations on campus
Motorcycle parking is located in non-patient parking facilities on Marquam Hill and at South Waterfront.
Motorcycle rules also apply to mopeds and other vehicles no larger than a motorcycle that are not legally permitted in bike lanes and facilities. See Oregon's guide here.
Residents have monthly and annual parking permits in select parking facilities available through their program. Learn more about resident parking and commute options here.