Return to campus: Parking information for 2021–22

How to reinstate monthly parking, buy daily passes, find shuttle schedules, and more

A row of cars in an outdoor parking lot


High on most employees' return-to-campus planning list is figuring out what they need to do about parking.

If you had canceled your parking during the pandemic, you will have to reinstate it. And if you won't want parking every day because your office is going hybrid, then you need to know what options are available to you.

To guide you through your decision making, the university's Office of Transportation Services has prepared a summary of parking information for 2021–22 that includes FAQ and an overview of permit rates for Homewood; Keswick, Mount Washington, Eastern, and the School of Education; East Baltimore; Bayview; Washington, D.C.; Carey; and Peabody.

Most important to know:

  • For the third year in a row, monthly parking permit parking rates throughout JHU will remain unchanged.
  • To offer flexibility to employees who are working on hybrid or mostly remote schedules, daily parking passes will be available at all campuses.
  • To reapply for parking and to set up payment, Homewood, School of Education, Keswick, Mount Washington, and Eastern employees should go here. Employees elsewhere should contact their director of business operations or parking office to confirm how to reinstate parking if needed. (If you're not sure whether you stopped your parking payment during the pandemic, you can look at a recent pay stub to see whether it is being deducted.)

Details about monthly and daily passes vary by location, and links to all the pertinent webpages can be found here.

For up-to-date information about shuttle service, go here.

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