Welcome 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.
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.
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
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.