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Cincinnati, OH 45221-0624
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200 emergency phones are located throughout the Uptown campuses, easily identified by their blue color and light. The UC Police monitor the phones 24 / 7, and respond to emergency or other traffic/parking or police matters.
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For the safety of our students, visitors, faculty and staff, the speed limit on campus is 15 miles per hour.
The air compressor is located behind French Hall near Dabney,
In a matter of 30 seconds, a thief can break into your car and steal your valuables, but it only takes 20 seconds to put your valuables in your trunk and/or out of sight. By taking these anti-theft measures and reporting suspicious behavior, UC community members can help prevent vehicle burglaries.
More safety information may be found on the Public Safety website.
Parking Services is committed to the support of sustainability initiatives such as the use of Electric Vehicles (EV) by providing charging stations. To allow access for multiple users, the following guidelines have been established.
A valid University of Cincinnati parking permit is required to use the charging stations at
Visitors without a permit are able to use the EV Charging Station in front of the UC Bike Kitchen (Faculty Center Building) on Woodside Drive.
How much does it cost to charge my vehicle?
There is no charge to use the EV Charging Station.
Is a parking permit required to use the EV Charging Stations?
A valid UC Parking Permit is required to use the EV Charging Stations at Lot 13 and Clifton Court Garage. The fast-charging station in front of the UC Bike Kitchen on Woodside Drive is available for everyone to use.
Is there a time limit for using the EV Charging Station?
Yes. Vehicles occupying parking spaces set aside for EV charging are limited to 4 hours per day at Lot 13 and Clifton Court Garage, and one hour at the station in front of the UC Bike Kitchen on Woodside Drive. A citation may be issued for exceeding the time limit.
What type of electric vehicles chargers do you have?
The chargers at Lot 13 and Clifton Court Garage are level 2 chargers. These units can simultaneously charge two cars at 240 volts/unit and charge a vehicle 100% within eight hours. The charger in front of the UC Bike Kitchen on Woodside Drive is a level 3 charger and charges a vehicle 100% within one hour.
My vehicle is fully charged, can I still park in the EV charging spaces?
If your vehicle is finished charging, it must be moved. If it remains in the charging space you are subject to receiving a citation.