In accordance with the delegation of authority granted to the governing authority of Weber State University, contained in Section 53B-3-103, Utah State Code Annotated, parking and traffic rules and regulations are adopted. All staff, students, and visitors operating vehicles on campus are required to comply with the WSU Parking Rules and Regulations. The purpose of the rules and regulations is to provide an orderly method for the formulation, adoption and enforcement of parking and traffic regulations on Weber State University campuses, and to provide an equitable method for their enforcement. A motor vehicle found in violation of the rules and regulations is presumed to have been parked by the registered owner, or the person who registered the vehicle with Parking Services. Penalties arising from vehicles found in violation are the responsibility of the registered owner.
Permits are required Monday-Friday from 7:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Meter areas are enforced from 7:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. The following areas are enforced 24 hours a day, seven days a week:
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If you feel that you have received a violation in error you may appeal the validity of the citation. Appeals must be filed within 10 days from the date the citation was issued. Appeals will not be filed after the 10 day deadline.
An appeal can be filed online at:
Once the appeal is received it will be forwarded to the Appeals Officer for his or her ruling. The system will not allow appeals on citations that are not recognized or loaded to the Parking Services system. Our citations are uploaded at the end of each business day. Please wait at least 24 hours from the time your citation was issued to submit your appeal. Payments made for citations that are under appeal forfeit the appeal and any pending decision. If under appeal, please do not pay for citations until you receive information regarding the Appeals Officer ruling.
If a guest or visitor receives a citation and wishes to appeal it, the same appeals process is available. Departments may submit appeals for guests and visitors.
Vehicles having five (5) or more outstanding tickets will be immobilized or impounded if parked on campus, including the pay parking lot and the Dee Events Center.
Immobilization or impoundment costs are the obligation of the registered owner or driver of the vehicle. If the vehicle is immobilized for outstanding fines, the total amount owed on the account must be paid to have the vehicle released.
Vehicles parked in such a manner that constitutes a hazard or impedes other vehicles or pedestrians will be issued a state citation and will be impounded.
Booted vehicles are subject to impoundment if the amount owed on the account is not paid.
Vehicles parking in reserved parking stalls are subject to impoundment.