Springfield State Office Building - Parking Policies and Procedures

Learn about the Springfield State Office Building’s parking policies and procedures. Check citation and towing policies, handicapped parking policies, bicycle parking, and more.


To ensure a safe and orderly parking facility for authorized personnel. To state the procedure for removing vehicles using Springfield State Office Building Facility without proper authorization.

It is the policy of the Division of Capital Asset Management and Maintenance (DCAMM) to allow only authorized personnel to park in facilities.

No vehicle shall park in a Handicapped Accessible Parking Space without proper HP identification. Illegally parked vehicles are subject to tow and/or the loss of parking privileges.


It is policy of DCAMM to have vehicles that create a hazard to the facility or its occupants removed from DCAMM Parking Facilities. Further, DCAMM reserves the right to have any vehicle that does not have the proper authorization removed without warning. Such vehicles will be towed under DCAMM supervision and at the owner’s expense.

All parking spaces in DCAMM lots, including Handicapped Accessible Parking Spaces, are assigned through Agency Liaisons.


Any person who falls to follow designated parking procedures may be issued a warning by the Facility Manager.

Citations and towing

Unacceptable parking procedures include:

  • Parking in a space marked “No Parking” or “Fire Lane”
  • Parking in a Handicapped Accessible Parking Space without RMV-issued HP plates or placard
  • Blocking access to an entrance or exit, blocking a legally parked vehicle, or parking in or across more than one space.
  • Parking in a reserved space.

Vehicle damage in parking facilities

It is the policy of DCAMM to assume NO responsibility for Loss of, or Damage to, vehicles parked in DCAMM Parking Facilities. By accepting parking privileges, users agree to save harmless the Commonwealth and its agents from any such Loss or Damage.

Handicap accessible parking

It is the policy of DCAMM that requests by Agency Liaisons for Handicapped Accessible Parking Spaces be made in the same manner as requests for regular spaces as outlined in the Handicap Accessible Parking Spaces are assigned from within any agency’s allotted number of parking spaces, not in addition to the authorized number of spaces assigned.

Bicycle parking

It is policy of DCAMM to provide outdoor bicycle rack for the use of state employees who work in the State Facilities. Bicycles under no circumstance shall be ridden or walked through the lobbies/hallways of the facility or parked in any Office Space or Common Space, except where designated for bicycle parking.

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