- Annual Base Lot
Select Annual Bas Lot Permit if you work during the day on weekdays. You should select base lot even if you work rotating shifts of days and evenings. If you are a part-time employee working during the day, you must obtain a base lot permit.
- Flex Parking
Flex parking provides an incentive for employees to drive less. To qualify for Flex Parking you should be committed to reducing the amount of single occupant vehicle trips to campus by using alternative modes of transportation, such as biking, walking, busing, carpooling, vanpooling, and telecommuting.
Afternoon permits allow access to specific parking lots from 2 p.m. - 7 a.m. Monday thru Friday and all day Saturday and Sunday. (Lot 75 Afternoon Permit has slightly extended weekday hours, from 2 p.m. - 8 a.m.) Available for faculty/staff, students and the general public.
Night Garage Specific permits allow access to specific parking garages from 4:30 p.m. - 7:30 a.m on weekdays and all day Saturday and Sunday. Night Surface Lot permits allow access to specific surface lots from 4:30 p.m. - 7:00 a.m. weekdays and all day Saturday and Sunday. (Lot 75 Night Permit has slightly extended weekday hours, from 4:30 p.m. - 8 a.m.) Available for faculty/staff, students and the general public. Please view the Night Parking Permit Policy HERE.
Carpools are an important alternative to single-occupancy vehicles on campus and reduce the demand for on-campus parking. Carpools consist of two or more employees driving to campus together in one vehicle on a daily basis with one designated carpool permit owner.
- Park and Ride
Off-campus Park & Ride permits provide a low-cost parking option for employees to park off campus and use alternative forms of transportation to campus.
- Business Alternate
Allows for base lot permit holders to have access to one alternate location/lot to conduct business on campus using their personal vehicle. The employee must work at multiple locations on a regular basis and provide justification for the Business Alternate when applying for this type of permit.
- Motorcycle and Moped
Motorcycles and Mopeds must be parked in designated Motorcycle and Moped stalls, respectively, and must display a valid annual UW parking permit.
Disabled permits are issued only with proof of a valid state disabled permit. Permit holders are required to park in appropriate stalls on campus in the following order: 1. UW disabled stalls, 2. State disabled stalls, 3. Permit stalls
Complete rate information for the current and upcoming parking year (once approved) are available here.
- Commuting and Parking Options for 2nd and 3rd shift Employees
Click HERE to view the brochure with various options including where and when there is free parking on campus, Afternoon and Night permits, the FREE campus bus and the Employee Bus Pass Program.