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Parking Regulations

Parking Regulations

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Parking Regulations

UW-Superior Parking Regulations


It is the responsibility of the motor vehicle operator to be aware of UW-Superior parking regulations and to find a legal parking space. 

 Parking Lot

All vehicles parked in UW-Superior parking lots (unless parked at a meter) must display a valid parking permit for that lot/area.  

  • Parking permits must be properly displayed.  They are designed to hang from the inside rearview mirror facing to the front of the vehicle.
  • All vehicles parking in designated handicap spaces must display a UW-Superior issued parking permit along with a State issued Handicap permit or license plate unless the space is signed otherwise.
  • All lots have signs clearly indicating the type of parking allowed in that lot.
  • Parking in a disabled, no parking zone, loading zone, or fire lane is strictly prohibited.  The use of vehicle hazard lights will not be justification for illegally parking in these areas.
  • Vehicles must be parked within the lines designating a parking space.  The fact that other vehicles are parked illegally in the same area will not be accepted as an excuse for illegal parking.
  • The lack of a legal parking space is not considered a valid excuse for parking illegally.  Illegally parked vehicles may be towed under certain circumstances.
  • All vehicles parked at parking meters must pay the required meter fees during enforced times.
  • Parking is prohibited between 2 a.m. and 6 a.m. in lots that are posted no overnight parking.  If a vehicle breaks down, severe weather conditions exist, or a personal emergency prevents you from moving your car, immediately contact Parking Services at 715-394-8177 (during regular business hours) or Public Safety at 715-394-8114 (after hours).
  • The university assumes no liability for loss or damage to any vehicle or contents while parked on university property.
  • Vehicles parked in any lot from November 1 to May 1 must be moved to a different space every 48 hours so as not to impede snow plowing and removal, unless prior approval is granted from the Parking Services Office.
  • UW-Superior parking permits are not valid in the WITC Conference Center Parking lot.
  • Mopeds and motorcycles require a parking permit and must park in lots (Look for designated spots where available).
  • All vehicles parking in university lots must be legally registered.
  • The speed limit in all lots is 15 MPH and all other motor vehicle laws must be obeyed.


  • WITC:  UW-Superior permits are NOT VALID in WITC lots.  You will be towed at your expense if found parking in WITC's lots.
  • Church: The blue lined spaces in the Pilgrim Lutheran Church parking lot and found behind the church in Lot 2 are reserved for church use only.
  • City Streets: A City of Superior residential permit is required to park on city streets surrounding the campus with the exception of Mortorelli Drive UW-Superior parking permits are not valid on city streets. Parking on the streets is enforced by the Superior Police Department.
  • Reserved Parking: Student parking is prohibited in the upper part of Lot 12. Also in signed area in lot 7 and lot 11 in spaces designated by a yellow/blue reserved permit sign.   

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