***If you are leaving your car on campus during the break***
Safety Tips for Winter Break Parking
University Police and Parking Services will be doing extra checks of the N-20 lot to reduce the likelihood of break-ins and vandalism.
Parking Services is a division of Central Washington University Police & Parking Services Department. If you have any questions of concerns about parking on campus, please call (509) 963-2667.
Office Hours 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Student Charged Permits will open up on December 7th and run through January 6th . They will be available for pick up on December 7th. You are required to show school ID.
Faculty, Student and Staff that need to purchase a permit through means of cash, check, credit/debit, may do so by go to the Parking Services/Public Safety Building or Cashiers office.
Vehicle Registration Forms are available for download from the Permit Application section of our website
There has been a recent increase in stolen and lost CWU Parking Permits. Permits are NON-TRANSFERABLE. Permits cannot be sold or purchased by another individual, they can 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.
Daily parking permit prices are set to increase on Saturday, September 01, 2012. Prices will increasParking Dispenser Installed In I-15 Outside Student Union Building
The CWU Parking Office has recently installed a new permit dispenser machine in the I-15 parking lot