Daily rate flexible parking (DRFP) costs $3 per day and was set up to provide:
Please pay attention to posted signs. Parking in a patient stall will result in a $100 ticket.
Please note: Parking regulations have changed during the pandemic and personnel on campus has changed. You cannot park in the Lauritzen Outpatient Center lot at this time, but there are many other lots that you can use during this time.
Once in the lot, parkers should use the Park Omaha app and pay $3 for the day. Parking enforcement can see which cars have paid and only these vehicles will not receive a ticket. If you park in lot 50, lot 6, or lot 55 you will need to park in a Daily Rate Flexible Parking stall. Parking in a different stall will result in a ticket.
Please see the Daily Rate Flexible Parking Map for new and existing locations.
Marked sections of the following parking lots are designated as daily rate flexible parking. Please see the Daily Rate Flexible Parking Map to see the specific locations of the five daily rate flexible parking lots described below:
If you do not have a smartphone or prefer not to use it for payment, you can pay using a web browser, either on a cell phone that has internet access or on a personal computer or tablet. Please use the website http://omaha.ppprk.com
*If you are logged in with Nebraska Medicine, you may have issues getting this site to load. Please contact your support person or the helpdesk at (402)-559-7700 as they will likely need to install Chrome on your computer.
**If the vehicle you are driving does not have license plates (has In-Transit) you must enter the last 4 digits of your VIN number instead of a license plate number. The VIN number is found at the base of the windshield, read from the outside, as well as on the driver’s side door frame. If you enter some version of ‘in transit’ or all of one number you will get a ticket. Once your car is plated, make the change in the app so the car’s ‘name’ has the correct plate number.**
Once you have entered your information into the website or app, you are legally parked and a countdown timer will begin. The timer is a convenient way to know how long you can park in a DRFP stall.
By entering your license plate, you can move your car to any other DRFP stall without getting a ticket, as long it’s during the same day, – i.e. You park in DRFPand then leave for a dentist appointment. When you return, the stall you originally parked in is occupied, so you park in a different stall or even in a different lot. This is permitted as long as you are still parking in a DRFP stall and your session is still valid (same 20 hour period).
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