Contact: University Police Department
Location: University Police Building
89% of the Staff Lots are gate controlled. To access these lots each staff member must be enrolled in the Parking Program and have a Photo ID/Access Card. The cards are generated by Purdue Calumet Police Department.
However, parking in staff lots that are not gate controlled will require the display of a “Hanging” permit. Hanging permits are available by request through the Police Department.
PROCEDURE TO OBTAIN A STAFF ACCESS PERMIT
- Payment for staff access permits are administered through the payroll deduction, Office of Budget and Payroll.
- Access to gated lots will require a Photo ID/Access Card.
- Display of “Hanging” Permits
Hanging Permits are to be displayed by affixing the permit to the arm of the inside rear vision mirror with the permit number clearly visible from the front of the vehicle.
The hanging permit may be used in any vehicle as long as the permit is properly displayed on the vehicle.
- On vehicles having no inside rear vision mirror, exceptions will be made for the permit display, by placing the permit, face up, on the dash in the middle of the dashboard.
PARKING ACCESS PERMIT FEE SCHEDULE
Full time employees (greater than .50 FTE): $113.00/yearly through payroll deduction Part time employees (less than or equal to .50 FTE): $56.50/yearly through payroll deduction
STAFF PARKING AREAS
- Staff Parking Areas: Parking only for staff members who have access via a Photo ID/Access card or display valid staff access permit.
- Staff Parking – Open to Student After 4:30 pm Spaces: Parking for staff members who display a valid staff permit and parking for students after 4:30 p.m.
- Handicapped Parking: Restricted areas for vehicles which display a valid (state issued) placard or plate or a valid temporary handicapped permit issued from Purdue University.
- Motorcycle Parking: Restricted areas for motorcycles.
- Visitor Parking: Campus information and visitor parking is provided at the Visitor Center located on Woodmar Avenue in front of Lawshe Hall.
REMOVAL OF VEHICLES AND IMMOBILIZING VEHICLES FROM AND ON UNIVERSITY PROPERTY
Vehicles may be removed/immobilized from/on University property under the following circumstances:
- When any vehicle is improperly parked.
- When any vehicle is left unattended and constitutes or is likely to constitute a hazard or obstruction to traffic.
- When the vehicle has been left abandoned for 48 hours.
- When three (3) or more delinquent traffic tickets are pending against the registered owner and/or driver of a vehicle or vehicles and the owner and/or driver has failed to respond to the University Police Department the Vehicle will be booted. Tickets and encumbrances, if any, need to be paid at the Bursar Office before the boot is removed from the vehicle. If not done within 24 hours, the vehicle will then be towed from the property.
- Any towing charges or boot charges will be the responsibility of the owner and/or driver of the vehicle.
- Any vehicle that is parked on campus, whose owner has not paid for parking or who as a vendor or service contractor has not obtained permission to park and remain on campus, may risk ticketing or towing at their expense.