Subpart A. Parking Ramp: The parking ramp is the principal authorized parking facility for employees, students and visitors. Employees, students and visitors require vehicle parking permits Monday-Friday before 4:30 PM. Visitors must report to the parking ramp office and obtain and display a Visitor's Parking Permit. 1460 spaces.
Subpart B. Restricted Parking Areas: Several areas on campus are designated/signed as restricted parking areas such as No Parking, Fire Lane or Handicapped Parking. Vehicles parked in restricted areas may be ticketed and towed without notification.
Subpart C. Fine Arts Building: There are five handicapped parking spaces near the Fine Arts Building loading dock. These spaces are for handicapped employees on payroll deduction or handicapped SeniorNet volunteers.
Subpart D. Wells Center Incline: Wells Center incline is strictly reserved for SeniorNet volunteers. This parking area is not for students, faculty or staff. Violators will be towed.
Subpart E. Contractor Lot: The Contractor lot on the corner of Hennepin and Laurel Avenues is for approved contractors or vendors use only. Contractor parking is coordinated by making arrangements through the parking ramp office.
Subpart F. Kopp Hall Loading Dock: K Building loading dock is restricted to faculty and staff who have current payroll deduction for their parking fees. Faculty and staff who park in the K Building loading dock must display their current MCTC parking permit. 6 regular spaces, 1 contractor space.
Subpart G. M.E.C. Building (Lot E): This surface lot and the front drive are restricted to Faculty and Staff who have current payroll deduction for their parking fees. Faculty and staff who park in Lot E or the front drive must display their current MCTC parking permit. 28 regular spaces, 7 in front of M.E.C., 3 handicapped spaces, 5 president reserved spaces.
This site has 127 authorized, striped parking spaces designated and available on a first-come, first-served basis as follows: 113 for students, 19 for staff, 3 for visitors, 2 for handicapped. Local campus administration will monitor and inform the Director of Operations if it is necessary to enforce violations.
This site has 98 authorized, non-designated parking spaces available for students, faculty and staff in the fenced-in west asphalt lot. Faculty and staff on site will monitor and inform the Director of Public Safety if it is necessary to enforce violations.
Center for Criminal Justice and Law Enforcement
The rental agreement for this site includes 85 spaces in areas clearly designated with brown signs, which read "Minneapolis Community and Technical College Parking." These are the authorized parking spaces for students, faculty and staff. The property owners monitor parking in this area.
Alternate parking locations
Read about alternate parking locations close to MCTC's downtown campus.