Weather Advisory Announcement

With the forecast for occasional snow, sleet and rain for Tuesday night and possibly into Wednesday, it is mandatory that all Resident Students remove their vehicles from surface parking lots between 8:00pm Tuesday, February 19th and 5:00am Wednesday, February 20th. Any vehicles left in surface parking lots are subject to being ticketed and/or towed. If you are a Resident Student with a valid Mason parking permit, please move your vehicle into either of the following decks:

1) Rappahannock River Parking Deck - General permit area (the portion of Level 1 that is not
designated for visitors and the non-restricted parking spaces of Level 2) as well as Level 3 if
needed. The normal restriction preventing overnight permit parking will be waived for Tuesday
night/Wednesday morning.

2) Shenandoah Parking Deck - Levels 2 through 4. Anyone parking on the 1st level will be required to pay the visitor fees upon exit.

A parking permit will be required to park in the decks. Those without permits should use visitor parking if wanting to park in the decks.

Information regarding the University's operating status on Wednesday will be made by the Administration and sent out via Mason Alert. Regarding shuttle service, information will be provided as well based on the University's operating status. As a general rule of thumb, if Mason closes early,  last departures are one hour after closing. If the University is closed, there is usually no shuttle service.

An email will be sent to you on Wednesday once more information is known about Mason’s operating  status including when one will need to relocate their vehicles back to their regular parking areas.  We appreciate your compliance with this request as it is in your best interests for safety and to allow the University’s Facilities department to address surface parking lots. We apologize for any inconvenience.

If you have any questions, please contact Parking Services at or (703) 993-2828, or stay tuned to @MasonParking on Twitter for real-time updates