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Parking Services

collage of university parkingWelcome to Parking Services at CWU. Parking Services is a division of Central Washington University Police & Parking Services Department.

The Parking Office is located in the O-5 parking lot on the corner of 14th and D Street. Please refer to our campus map for more information.

For directions to CWU, please click HERE.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

FACULTY, STAFF AND STUDENT VEHICLE UPDATE FORM CLICK HERE.

 


Parking Lot Closures

 

 The following parking lots will be closed for maintenance.

    

July 27th - July 30, 2014 the C-6 parking lot will be closed. 

N-19 and N-20 will be closed from August 10th - 16th, 2014. 

Q-14 parking lot will be closed from August 15th - 20th, 2014.  

I-15 parking lot will be closed from August 14th - 19th, 2014. 

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Summer Parking Permits available !

Students:  Summer Permits can  be purchased at the Cashiers Office in Barge Hall or the Parking Office.

***Student account charges for parking permits will not be accepted after June 24th,***

 All pre-ordered permits will be held at the CWU Parking Office for pick-up, with presentation of valid photo identification (CWU ID preferred). We cannot release permits without a valid photo ID.

Faculty and Staff: Summer permits can be purchased at the Cashiers Office or the Parking Office.

.**If you are a Faculty or Staff member currently signed up for auto-renewal and would like to be removed from automatic permit renewal please contact the Parking Office via e-mail **

Vehicle Registration Forms are available for download from the Permit Application section of our website


REMINDER:

There has been a recent increase in stolen and lost CWU Parking Permits. Permits are NON-TRANSFERABLE. The permit cannot be sold or purchased by another individual and must only be purchased from the CWU Parking Office or the Cashier's Office.

IT IS ILLEGAL TO PURCHASE A CWU PARKING PERMIT FROM SOMEONE ELSE, as it may be stolen or reported lost. This will result in a $250 fine, confiscation of the parking permit, and possible criminal charges/arrest - even if you are unaware of it being stolen or lost.

If you know someone who is trying to sell a permit or see a permit listed for sale on the internet, please report this to our office immediately.


FACULTY, STAFF AND STUDENT VEHICLE UPDATE FORM CLICK HERE.