ADA Permit Parking
ADA permit parking on Georgia Tech’s campus requires a state-issued disability tag or license plate and a valid Georgia Tech parking permit. Parking is authorized in any ADA space on campus with these credentials.
ADA Visitor Parking
ADA visitor space parking requires the display of a state-issued disability tag or license plate and payment of the hourly within visitor parking areas.
In some cases, ADA permit parking and ADA visitor parking are located in the same location. Vehicles parked in an ADA parking space without displaying a state-issued disability tag or license plate will be subject to citation and/or impoundment of their vehicle.
Applying for Accommodation
Anyone with a disability that requires an accommodation should contact the appropriate campus resource for ADA accommodations:
- Students should contact Disability Services.
- Faculty, staff, and visitors should contact the Office of Human Resources.
Disability Services and/or OHR Employee Relations will provide a decision to approve, modify or deny a request in accordance with ADA requirements.
- Decisions are based on a case-by-case basis.
- Decisions are dependent on coordination/input from an appropriate Disability Consultant.
- Approved parking accommodations will be reviewed periodically with ADAPTS and EHS to determine current needs.
- If the accommodation involves a specific space (in a specific location), PTS will determine the appropriate designation and usage of the space.
- The accommodation is cancelled when the impacted faculty or staff member terminates employment, or the student is no longer an active student.
- ADA stalls are not reserved stalls for individuals, but for any eligible person requiring special accommodations.
- To reserve a personal stall, a permit applicant must follow the same guidelines as all faculty and staff for Reserved Spaces. Decisions are based on a case-by-case basis.
- When the person who receives the parking accommodation leaves campus, the accommodation is canceled. If the accommodation involves a specific stall (in a specific location) PTS will determine the appropriate designation and usage of the stall.