Parking Fees Waived
Under a temporary policy, students can park free on campus during the 2023-24 academic year, without purchasing a parking permit. (Students should continue to park only in spaces designated for students.)
- One-Day Parking Permits
- How to buy a parking permit
- Where to park
- Pickup, drop-off and 30-minute visitor parking
- Disability parking
- Electric vehicle charging stations
- Bicycle parking on campus
- Cupertino Shuttle: campus to Caltrain
A one-day permit may be purchased for $3 at the yellow machines located in each student parking lot and the Flint Center and Stelling garages. The machines take nickels, dimes, quarters, dollar coins and dollar bills.
- One-day permits are valid only in student lots.
- For information on quarterly permits, see our Parking Permits webpage.
Designated handicapped parking spaces are located in every parking lot at De Anza for cars with disability parking placards or license plates issued by the California Department of Motor Vehicles.
If you have a DMV disability placard or license plate, you don’t need to purchase a De Anza parking permit. You may park in any student or staff space, provided that your DMV placard is visible through your windshield.
Some disability parking spots are extra wide for the convenience of people using wheelchairs. Please don’t use these if you don’t have a wheelchair.
For more information, see our Disability Parking page.
Reserved Bike Parking
Visit our Bicycle Parking page to learn where to park on campus and how to sign up for a spot in the reserved bike parking corral.