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New Parking Rules on Campus

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Site work began in February on a new building located on the Johns Hopkins University Montgomery County Campus. The project permanently will effect on-campus parking.

The parking lot in front of Gilchrist Hall and the Academic and Research Building is closed, with the exception of 12 handicapped parking spaces in the lot between those two buildings. Motorists may enter campus from Medical Center Drive to reach those handicapped spaces.

More handicapped spaces, as well as general parking, are available behind Gilchrist Hall and the A/R Building, as well as in the lot adjacent to Building III (9605 Medical Center Drive). Motorists are encouraged to access these lots from Broschart Road. Motorists may not access campus from Blackwell road.

Free parking remains available in the lots on Broschart Road for those visiting the 9601 and 9605 buildings. [Suggestion: When using a GPS to navigate to campus, type in "Key West Avenue and Broschart Road" to get the best directions to the parking lot.]

To ensure JHU students – including Osher members – visitors, employees and tenants have access to JHU parking spaces, we are implementing new procedures to identify vehicles that belong here.

Effective on or about March 1, vehicles that do not belong on campus or are parked inappropriately are subject to towing.

Students, faculty and staff must display a JHU parking hangtag in the front windshield with a valid sticker. Please visit the front desk of Gilchrist Hall for more details.

Tenants also must display a valid hangtag. Please contact Barbara Crews with any questions.

Osher Lifelong Learning Institute members now are required to affix a decal to the front windshield of their vehicles. Please contact the Osher office for more details.

Visitors must display a visitor parking permit, which may be obtained from the person you are meeting with or the front desk of Gilchrist Hall.  All non-designated spaces are available for visitor use. 

Those attending events on campus must display a parking permit while here. Please contact the event coordinator for your event for more details.

Please be sure to park only in designated parking spaces. Cars parked in fire lanes or in other non-designated parking areas will be subject to towing. Only JHU employees are allowed to park in spots labeled for employees.

The new 9615 Medical Center Drive building will be on the east side of the campus, between the university’s own buildings and a National Cancer Institute parking deck. The building is planned to be 70,000 square feet and is a project of the federal government. The new building will be developed and owned by an affiliate of the JBG Cos., which has leased the ground from Johns Hopkins. Occupancy is scheduled for mid-2019.

CATEGORY: Construction on Campus, In The Community