PARKING PERMITS ARE REQUIRED FOR ALL VEHICLES ON CAMPUS, FROM SEPTEMBER - APRIL
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The College expects strict compliance with the state, city, county and campus traffic rules and regulations from all students, faculty, staff and visitors. These traffic rules and regulations are issued under authority of Colorado Revised Statutes 23-5-107.
Motorcycles and Scooters
$40.00 per year (Sept - April). $20.00 per one term only (Fall or Sprig trimester). Motorcycles must park in designated motorcycle parking areas. Scooters are also required to obtain a parking permit.
$120.00 per year. $60.00 per Fall or Spring trimester. Automobiles must park in designated parking lots and parking spaces 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.
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Organizations sponsoring events at Fort Lewis College have options for parking.
Visitors are welcome at the Fort Lewis College Campus. Permits may be purchased as mentioned in the Daily and temporay parking permits section above.
ALL VEHICLES PARKED IN METERED SPACES MUST PAY FOR METERED PARKING, including vehicles with parking permits. Vehicles exceeding the paid 2-hour time limit will be ticketed or towed.
Fort Lewis College has Handicapped Parking spaces reserved for students, employees and visitors with disabilities or special needs.
A volunteer is an individual whose primary relationship with the college is to perform a service in support of a college program or activity with no promise, expectation, or receipt of compensation for services rendered to the college, auxiliaries, or third-party vendors. Students enrolled in college courses cannot be considered volunteers.
The hosting department should contact the Police & Parking Department regarding parking and/or parking permits.
Construction of parking lots, roads, lighting, striping, signs and maintenance is paid for through the sale of parking permits and the collection of parking fines. No state funds are provided; this is a vehicle user-fee method.