The College expects strict compliance with the state, city, county, and campus traffic rules and regulations from all students, faculty, staff and visitors while on campus.
These traffic rules and regulations are issued under authority of Colorado Revised Statutes 23-5-107.
You can purchase short-term parking permits online for:
Daily or Temporary permits for special circumstances are also available from Police & Parking Services
Buy short-term parking permit
You can purchase long-term permits online for:
Faculty and staff will receive notices in August with instructions for payroll deduction.
Buy long-term parking permit
Parking lots are designated as “Commuter” or “Residential.” These designations are shown on the campus map, and there are corresponding signs in the parking lots. The fine will be $30 for parking in an unauthorized area.
The College is not responsible for lost or stolen parking permit decals; however, a prompt report to Fort Lewis College Police may result in the recovery and return of property. Parking permits are required on vehicles Monday morning at 8:00 am, one week (7 days) after the first day of class for the fall and winter semesters.
$46.00 per year. $23.00 per Fall or Winter trimester. Motorcycles must park in designated motorcycle parking areas.
Standard Passes - $140.00 per year. $70.00 per Fall or Winter trimester. Automobiles must park in designated parking lots and parking spaces only, in areas specifically marked for permit automobile parking.
Stadium Lot Passes - $80.00 Stadium Only Full Year. Stadium permit holders must park in the Stadium Lot. Those permits will be restricted to 150 permits sold. This is a new trial program for reduced parking permits that will be valid in the Stadium Parking Lot only.
In keeping with the development of its Sustainability Action Plan, Fort Lewis College is implementing comprehensive strategies that address the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions including those related to transportation.
The construction of parking lots, roads, lighting, striping, signs and maintenance is done through the sale of parking permits and the collection of parking fines. No state funds are provided; this is a vehicle user-fee method.