Crisler Center Parking (Events Other Than Men's Basketball)

Stadium Boulevard Reconstruction Project (November 2016-September 2017)

Beginning Nov. 21, 2016 (weather permitting), the Stadium Boulevard Reconstruction Project will affect traffic flow around Crisler Center. Stadium Boulevard will be closed from east of Main Street to west of South Industrial Highway, though local access to Crisler Center via Kipke Drive will be maintained from the east on Stadium Boulevard. Stadium Boulevard is expected to reopen in July 2017. Please consult the maps below for the revised traffic patterns.

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Parking Map

Event parking is available free of charge in the Blue Lot surrounding Crisler Center (lots SC4, SC5, SC6, SC7). The Crisler Center lot has entrances on Stadium Boulevard and East Keech Avenue (off South Main Street) / Greene Street (off East Hoover Street).

For the Feb. 19 women's basketball game vs. Michigan State, the lots just north of Michigan Stadium (SC36, SC35, SC2 and SC32) will be available for free on a first-come, first-served basis. Fans should then use the northeast entrance to Crisler Center. » Map Get Acrobat Reader Free parking will also be available at Pioneer High School on the southwest corner of Stadium and Main.

When there is a basketball doubleheader (men and women play back-to-back), men's basketball parking procedures will be in effect (see link below). However, limited parking will be available for women's basketball fans in SC7 (lower Blue Lot). Shuttles will be provided for guests with mobility issues. Once the lot is full, women's basketball fans will be directed to park at Pioneer High School or other cash lots.

Men's Basketball Game Day Parking Information

Parking for Persons with Disabilities

Parking is available for patrons with a disability outside the Northeast entrance of Crisler Center on a first-come, first-served basis. It can be accessed from Green Street and Stadium Boulevard. You must have a state-issued disability parking placard in order to gain access to this parking area.

For the Feb. 19 women's basketball game vs. Michigan State, convenience parking for those with a state-issued disability placard will be located on the football stadium concourse on a first-come, first-served basis with access through Gate 9 (along Keech Ave.).

When there is a basketball doubleheader (men and women play back-to-back), Stadium Convenience Parking will be available at women's basketball (free of cost, but must have state-issued placard to enter). However, if they are staying for the men's basketball game they must pay $10.


The University of Michigan will not be responsible for loss of or damage to vehicles parked for a Crisler Center event or their contents. Holder of parking permits should hang this tag on their rear-view mirror with the display clearly showing. Permits should be displayed at all times (even when entering the game) to avoid being towed.

All drivers should be alert to instructions from the uniformed police officers and parking personnel who will be directing traffic. Patrons are reminded that normal parking regulations apply on game day. Vehicles parked in fire lanes, at the end of aisles, and in any other illegal location will be ticketed and/or towed. If you are unable to find a legal parking space, please see a parking attendant for assistance. Spaces are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Spaces may not be reserved for later arriving vehicles unless authorized by the U-M Athletic Department.