After Hour Permit Information

2013-14 Summer Faculty Staff Evening Parking Permit Application

AFTER HOURS PERMIT INFORMATION

What is an After Hours Permit?
What hours are considered “After Hours”?
How do I get the permit?
When can I get this permit?
Permit expiration information
How do I display the permit?
When is the permit valid?
What lots can I park in/ any restrictions?
What if I forgot my permit, will I get ticket?
What if I lose my permit or someone steals it?
Auto leak – report it!

What is an After Hours Permit?

The After Hours permit is offered to employees who have purchased a current bus pass or students who have paid their transportation fee and have updated their WWU ID to ride the bus. This permit will provide vehicle parking access “after hours”, when a bus schedule does not meet your needs. This permit is currently issued at no charge (fee subject to review annually). There is a $6 replacement fee for any permit replaced.

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What hours are considered “After Hours”?

  • STUDENT: after hours begins at 7PM Monday-Friday & all day on weekends.
  • EMPLOYEE: after hours starts at 4:30PM Monday-Friday & all day on weekends.

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How do I get the permit?

  • This permit will be issued by Parking Services, located in the Campus Services building.
  • WWU ID is required.
  • STUDENT: permit will only be issued if the current quarter transportation fee has been paid and if your WWU ID has been updated, student bus pass.
  • EMPLOYEES: must have purchased your employee bus pass.
  • Anyone who already has a parking permit will not be issued this permit.

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When can I get this permit?

  • The After Hours permit is available mid-September Fall quarter until the end of Spring quarter.
  • STUDENT: payment of the transportation fee must have been made for current quarter.
    • Parking Services does not process transportation fees.
    • Transportation fees are charged to your student account and paid with tuition.
  • EMPLOYEE: must have purchased (current/valid) WWU bus pass.

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Permit expiration information

  • Permits will be deactivated quarterly if you do not pay your fees, read below for more information.
  • STUDENT: Although your permit will have the academic school year on it, the permit will only be valid for the quarter that you paid your transportation fee and updated your ID for a bus pass. To continue use of the After Hours permit Winter and/or Spring quarter you must:
    1. Pay your quarterly transportation fee.
    2. Update your ID for bus pass access.
    3. Once you have taken step 1 and 2 you are ok (with the exception of summer quarter).
    4. If the fee and ID is not updated the permit will be considered expired, deactivated and no longer valid for use (subject to being cited).
  • To obtain a SUMMER After Hours permit you will need to go to Parking Services to get a new permit.
  • EMPLOYEE: Although your permit will have the academic school year on it, the permit will only be valid for the quarter that you paid your bus pass fee. To continue use of the After Hours permit for Winter and/or Spring quarter you must
    1. Pay your quarterly bus pass fee.
    2. Once you have done step 1 you are ok (with the exception of summer quarter).
    3. If you do not purchase the bus pass the permit will be considered expired, deactivated and no longer valid for use (subject to being cited).

  • To obtain a SUMMER After Hours permit you will need to go to Parking Services to get a new permit.

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How do I display the permit?

  • Display by hanging the permit from the rear view mirror.
  • If rear view mirror is problematic the permit may be displayed on driver's side of dash.
  • Entire permit must be clearly visible.
  • Permit must be face up on the dash with the permit number readable.

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When is the permit valid?

  • STUDENT: after hours begins at 7PM Monday-Friday & all day on weekends.
  • EMPLOYEE: after hours starts at 4:30PM Monday-Friday & all day on weekends.

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What lots can I park in, any restrictions?

  • STUDENT: Permit will be valid in the following lots: 5G, 7G, 11G, 14G, 17G, & 19G (NO OTHER LOTS).
  • EMPLOYEE: Permit will be valid in the following lots: 5G, 7G, 10G, 11G, 14G, 17G, & 19G (NO OTHER LOTS).
  • Vehicle must be parked in a regular space (no meters, load zones, reserved, disability or maintenance spaces).
  • If the lot has been reserved for an event the lot is no longer available, anyone parking with the After Hours permit while it’s reserved is subject to being cited.
  • Parking is available in the C, 12A, 30G, 23V, 22G, 33G, 24G, & 32G lots with no permit needed between 4:30PM and 7AM Monday-Friday and all day weekends.

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What if I forgot my permit, will I get ticket?

  • YES, if you forget to display your permit you are subject to being cited.
  • Tips:
    • Make sure you keep your permit in your car or place the permit where you will not forget it.
    • Stick to the approved lots as printed on the permit!
    • STUDENTS: the permit will only allow you access after 7PM as printed on your permit.
    • If you are not sure, call Parking Services for clarification, prior to parking on campus.
    • If you get a ticket, address it! You can appeal it, but only within the first 7 days.

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What if I lose my permit or someone steals it?

  • Replacement for lost permit is subject to a $6 processing fee.
  • Stolen permits are replaced at no charge after a police report has been files. A new permit can be obtained at Parking Services.
  • Anyone (even the original owner) found displaying a lost or stolen permit will be subject to:
    • Vehicle will be cited $250 for displaying a lost/stolen permit.
    • Being booted, an additional $100 fine.
    • Subject to being revoked off campus for 1 year.
    • Case referred to student judicial.
  • Altered permits, forgeries, and /or duplications are also subject to various steep penalties and fines (criminal charges) – SIMPLE, JUST DON’T DO IT!

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Auto leak – report it!

If you have (or observe) an auto leak on campus, please contain the fluid to the best of your ability. Report the leak to Environmental Health & Safety at 650-3064 and University Police at 650-3555.

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Page Updated 07.23.2014