In an effort to provide increased safety for those attending BYU Football games, the Provo Police Department is asking for those seeking to park close to the Stadium to not park along University Avenue. This No Parking area is a high-speed, heavily congested travel corridor where motorists are traveling at speeds of 35-50 miles per hour.
Cars traveling between 35-50 mph have little or no response time to stop for an excited football fan stepping out of their own car along a busy roadway hurrying to get inside the stadium. Please be aware of the danger to you and your family in this high-speed area. Keep you and your children safe by obeying the No Parking Signs along University Avenue, walk on the sidewalks, and cross the roadway in designated crosswalks when safe to do so.
Avoiding all injuries and fatalities is the crucial goal of the Provo Police Department. Parking Enforcement Officers will be enforcing this restriction by issuing Parking Citations throughout the reminder of all BYU Football games with the intent of seeking compliance to this safety concern.
Please be safe and enjoy the games.
Parking Lot Options
All reserved parking lots around LaVell Edwards Stadium (1, 2A, 2B, 3, 5, and 7) are held for specific pass holders until halftime. Parking passes are assigned based on Cougar Club membership level. Individuals may park only in their assigned lot.
Public non-reserved parking is available at the Marriott Center, Monte Bean museum, the northwest corner of lot #5 (intramural field) and the BYU administration building. Entrance to the intramural field is available on University Avenue only. Disability Parking is available in Lot 2A to anyone with a state-issued disability permit or license plate. Disability Parking in other lots is open only to those who qualify for that lot.
Keep your eyes out for Provo’s directional parking signs that will be posted on game-days. See photo below for example.