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Any employee that has issued to them and displays a disabled parking permit, placard, or license plate, as issued by the Bureau of Motor Vehicles, is entitled to park in designated accessible parking spaces. These spaces are located throughout the campus in all garages, surface lots, and along Senate Avenue.
Any employee who is newly diagnosed or in need of a temporary or long-term accessible state parking space must submit a Notification of Accessible Parking Permit Request or Change, State Form #52045 (2-05) along with a copy of the registration form for an accessible placard or license plate. A Notice of Privacy Practices (HIPAA) form also must be signed. These forms are available at IDOA's Human Resources office or IDOA Parking Services. The information provided must include anticipated length of time the temporary permit will be needed.
All completed forms should be mailed to:
Summit Occupational Health
915 N. Capitol
Indianapolis, IN 46204
Forms can also be faxed to: (317) 631-0454.
Summit Occupational Health will review the request and a determination will be made as to the appropriate location for accessible parking. Parking Services will then distribute parking permits, which must be displayed, for those spaces designated as "Accessible Parking for State Employees Only." Permits will be issued once Parking Services receives notification from IDOA HR that Parking Services may issue the permit.
Accessible spaces located in the garage underneath Indiana Government South are assigned upon approval from a Summit Occupational Health physician, based on the needs assessment and evaluation process for determining accessible parking requirements. If those spaces have been allocated, employees will be given accessible parking permits for spaces in another garage. There are a total of 20 spaces in the sub-basement and basement levels of the Washington St. Garage and five spaces in the Senate Avenue Garage. These spaces are marked "State Employee Permit Accessible Space" and are only to be used by those employees that have an accessible permit.
Specific spaces will not be assigned to specific individuals. Any employee with an official state-issued permit may park in parking spaced designated as accessible. No one may park in access aisles.
The first occurrence of a violation of guidelines and policies regarding accessible parking.