JayPark is now open
The much-anticipated parking management system, JayPark, is now open for all Omaha and Phoenix students and employees.
All Omaha and Phoenix students and employees are able to register for parking permits and garage waitlists, pay citations, and manage vehicle and contact information in their JayPark account.
Parking on campus?
Any vehicle on University property should have a decal, temporary hangtag or printed permit issued by Parking Services through JayPark or is subject to citation.
If you sell your vehicle, keep your decal, as they are repositionable. If you forget, you must park on city streets or purchase a day pass at JayPark. If you lose your decal, you will need to purchase a new permit at the price applicable on the date of purchase. If your vehicle and/or decal is stolen or totaled, bring a police report to Parking Services to get a new decal.
The person who purchases the permit is responsible for any citations issued to that permit, regardless of whose vehicle displayed the permit. Read more about in the “Additional Information” section below.
Student parking lots and spaces are designated in green. Lots designated in gold are available to employee and student permits.
- Available to students at the previous base rate of $400 per year.
- includes lots W6, E93 and E99. Drivers parking in perimeter lots are encouraged to use Creighton’s free Shuttle Service to their destination.
- Available for $100 per year.
- In the interest of safety, all Creighton affiliates displaying a valid perimeter permit may park in any student, employee, or all permit parking lots from 4 p.m. to 6 a.m., Monday through Friday, and any time on weekends.
- Available to students at the $400 base rate plus a $120 per year premium.
- The premium charge will be phased in over two years. For the upcoming fall semester, this will amount to an extra $60 charge for garage parking.
- Permits will be sold according to the garage, and registrations will be filled in the order they are received. Once at capacity, additional requests will be placed on a waitlist.
- Garages will require an ID card linked to a vehicle registration for the specific garage.
The 20th and 30th Street Garages will initially be capped at 35% of capacity for employees and 35% for students; after these caps are reached, we will assess how to fairly allocate the remaining 30% using the waitlist.
The 24th Street garage will first be opened only to residential students. If all stalls are not allocated, registration will be opened to any student. If stalls still remain, registration will be opened to employees.
The Kenefick and Heider garages will be sold to residents of those halls.
Employee parking lots and spaces are designated in blue. Lots designated in gold are available to student permits and employees permits.
Click to Register for Employee Parking in JayPark
New hires will not automatically populate into the JayPark system until day 2 of their employment. Once they can log in with their Creighton SSO they will apply and purchase their permit. The system will allow them to then print a temporary permit until theirs arrives or is able to be picked up. If a citation is received prior to the temporary being printed have a supervisor contact Parking Services.
See the pay scale below.
In addition to several surface parking lots the 20th and 30th Street Garages will initially be capped at 35% of capacity for employees and 35% for students; after these caps are reached, we will assess how to fairly allocate the remaining 30% using the waitlist.
We also continue to use a tiered pricing structure, which reflects our values by more equitably distributing the cost of parking based on the salary range. The adjustments are reflected in the tables below. Register through JayPark.
- Automatic payroll deductions for benefits-eligible employees will begin on Sept. 1.
- Because payroll deductions are not available for non-benefits-eligible employees, payment can only be made by credit/debit card through JayPark after which the hangtag can be picked up at Parking Services.
- Past citations must be paid in full before receiving any new parking decals or hangtags. If you are unsure about past citations, email your license plate info to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Benefits-Eligible Employees; Annual Cost
|Less than $40,000|
|$40,000 - $80,000||$440||$220||$560||$340|
|Greater than $80,000||$480||$240||$600||$360|
Cost based on number of hours working on-campus per week includes long-term contract partners, temporary employees, and adjunct faculty.
|≤ 16 hours per week||17-28 hours per week||>28 hours per week|
|Per Academic Year|
|Per Calendar Year|
*Garage access charged and awarded only if spots are available
Parking Services will also continue to offer short-term printable permits for anyone who has short-term needs not covered by other categories of parking permits. These are available through JayPark.
Phoenix Campus Parking
Faculty, staff, and students can purchase garage parking in the Catalina Parking Garage on a first come, first serve basis. There are 500 spots.
Prices are as follows:
- $600 annually for a standard spot
- $1,200 annually for a reserved spot
- Parking spots are charged to employees monthly
To register for parking:
Perimeter parking is restricted to lots W6, E93 and E99. Drivers parking in perimeter lots are encouraged to use Creighton’s free Shuttle Service to their destination.
- Available for $100 per year.
- From 4 p.m. to 6 a.m., Monday through Friday, and any time on weekends, all Creighton affiliates displaying a valid perimeter permit may park in any surface lot on campus.
In the interest of safety, Public Safety adjusts parking regulations during evenings and weekends.
Evening-only permits are available for no cost; these permits allow faculty, staff, and students to park in faculty/staff and student parking areas from 4 p.m. to 6 a.m., Monday through Friday, and any time on weekends. The evening-only permit also may be used in patient parking areas during the hours listed below. The evening-only permit may not be used to park in visitor parking areas.
- Evening-only permits may be obtained through JayPark
- All Creighton affiliates displaying a valid permit may park in any student, employee, or all permit parking lots from 4 p.m. to 6 a.m., Monday through Friday, and any time on weekends.
- The evening-only permit also may be used in patient parking areas from 5 p.m. through 6 a.m., Monday through Friday and any time on the weekends.
- Faculty, staff, students with Creighton permits may park in Dental Patient Parking (Lots 38A, 28, and 8A) from 5 p.m. through 6 a.m., Monday through Friday and any time on the weekends.
- Faculty, staff, students with Creighton permits may park in OT/PT patient parking under the BIC (Lot 87) from 6 p.m.-6 a.m., Monday through Friday, and any time on weekends.
- The evening-only permit may not be used in visitor parking.
Windshield Decals and Temporary Hangtags
To avoid a citation, Creighton employees and students must have a repositionable decal, temporary hangtag, or printed permit issued by Parking Services through JayPark when parking on property at any time.
- Faculty, staff, and students may never park in visitor parking.
- Motorcycles parked near bicycle racks do not require a permit; however, motorcycles that take up a parking stall must display a current parking decal.
- Displaying a permit allows you to leave a vehicle in a parking stall, as space is available, but does not guarantee the availability of a stall.
- University ID cards and parking permits are required for all garages.
- Unauthorized parking in handicapped stalls, fire lanes, and specifically-designated stalls (e.g., VP/Dean, Facilities Vehicles, etc.) is enforced at all times, year-round.
The University uses a repositionable decal, which must be affixed to the interior of the front windshield on the passenger side in the lower corner. The entire decal must be clearly visible from the outside—not positioned behind tinting or obscured by snow/ice.
The repositionable decal allows you to move your decal to another vehicle for any reason, including getting a new vehicle during the year, driving a loaner or riding with another driver to campus.
Do not misplace your decal. Keep your decal if you sell your vehicle.
- Lose your decal? You will need to purchase a new permit at the price applicable on the date of purchase.
- Stolen or totaled vehicle and/or decal? Bring a police report to Parking Services to get a new decal. The person who purchases the permit is responsible for any citations issued to that permit, regardless of whose vehicle displayed the permit.
- Forget to move your decal from another vehicle? You must park on city streets or purchase a day pass through JayPark.
Special Section Areas
All employees, students and guests on campus are asked not to block fire lanes, fire hydrants, gate arms, or service/garage doors, or park on grass or landscaping.
Do not park or leave your vehicle unattended in any of the following areas at any time:
- Stalls reserved for the President / Vice Presidents, Provost / Vice Provosts, Deans, Jesuits or Visitors
- Deglman Circle (Drop off and pick up only; vehicle must be attended at all times)
- East Lane by the Harper Center (Drop off and pick up only; vehicle must be attended at all times)
- Visitor parking
Do not park in handicapped stalls without a state-issued handicapped permit or license plate. A vehicle with state-issued handicapped permit or license plate must also display a University permit to park in a designated handicapped stall on University property.
At Creighton, we apply the industry’s best practices and latest technologies to best serve the needs of students, employees and guests.
Our focus is on developing accessible and appropriate parking solutions for customers and innovative programs by trained and skilled personnel. Our parking team:
- utilizes creativity in finding solutions to parking challenges faced by the University and its affiliates
- provides respectful and professional customer service through timely and focused communications
- upholds accountability and integrity in enforcement of the University’s Parking Rules and Regulations
- Is committed to adaptability in addressing rapidly changing parking needs
If you have questions about campus parking, contact us for the most current information at 402.280.5225. You can also visit our office and conduct parking transactions at the Harper Center, Room 1090, from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on weekdays. We will be happy to assist you.
(located with Card Services office)
Mike and Josie Harper Center
602 N. 20th St.
Omaha, NE 68178
Hours: 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.,
Monday through Friday
Jessica Weaver, Parking Coordinator
Michael Reiner, Assistant Vice President of Public Safety
Send an email to one of the following areas.
For after-hours concerns, contact public safety at 402.280.2104.