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General parking changes in effect for Stanford football

Beginning with the home opener against Sacramento State on Saturday, Sept. 4, Stanford Athletics will charge $15 in the General Public Parking Lots for Stanford Football home games.

Season Ticket Parking and Special Permit Parking Passes will be honored, at no charge. The lots affected are Lot No. 4 (IM South), Lot No. 8 (Arboretum Grove), and Lot No. 9 (Lasuen Grove).

Parking lots located near Wilbur Hall (L-62, L-63, and S-6) and parking lots near Sand Hill Fields (near Stanford Hospital) will remain free.

Persons without a parking pass may pay at the entrance of the General Public Lots (exact change is appreciated) or may contact the Stanford Athletics Ticket Office to pre-purchase a single game parking pass.

Please contact 1-800-Stanford for more information.

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