Parking Services is responsible for managing the limited parking space available on the WWU Main campus. This includes assigning and issuing parking permits, enforcement of parking regulations, maintenance of parking lots, managing parking pay-stations and metered parking, providing special event parking, vendor and contractor parking and related special use parking on the university campus.
Parking on campus is limited especially on weekdays, and permits are required for parking in core lots at all times. Accessible parking for persons with disabilities is always available. Contact Parking Services for details and assistance. Call (360) 650-2945 or stop by at Parking Services.
Notice 6.22.2015 - Because our vendor performed system upgrades this weekend, some users are experiencing an error message when they attempt to access the T2 Parking System. You can correct the problem by following these instructions. Please call 360.650.2945 is you have questions or continue to have problems.
When do I need a new permit for Summer Quarter?
New summer quarter permits must be displayed beginning Monday, June 22nd, when regular parking regulations will resume.
Faculty & Staff Parking Application Date Change - New
The time frame to apply for your parking permit has changed. You will be able to apply online at www.wwu.edu/ps for parking permits for the 2015-2016 year beginning July 13, 2015 at 8:00 a.m. The deadline is Monday August 10, 2015 at 8:00 a.m. All applications submitted after the deadline will be considered late.
A “reminder to apply notification” will be sent to all Faculty & Staff via their WWU email prior to the application opening date.
Questions may be sent to email@example.com
Parking Permit to be Required at Lincoln Creek Transportation Center
Starting This Fall - New
Starting this fall, a permit will be required to park in Western’s Lincoln Creek Transportation Center (LCTC). The permit will be free for the 2015-16 school year as the lot transitions to a permit system. Starting with the 2016-17 school year the LCTC lot may have a minimal fee.
Making the transition to a permit system for the LCTC will allow for utilization tracking of the lot and provide a means to communicate with lot users. In addition, charging fees for the lot will assist in offsetting its maintenance costs and allow for future upgrades.
Permits will be able to be obtained mid-September online or by visiting the parking office. Signs will be posted at the lot through fall quarter regarding the change to the permit system; the signs will have QR codes that will allow for smartphone users to go quickly and easily to the Parking Services website to apply for their permit.
For more information on the LCTC permits, contact Parking Services at x2945.