As an urban community, Augsburg continues to work hard to maintain ample and effective parking for our University. While embracing the city and urban environment, parking can be limited. Parking on Augsburg’s campus does require a valid Augsburg issued permit at all times your vehicle is parked in an Augsburg space/lot. Your permit must reflect the appropriate area you are parked in, or you may still be subject to ticketing and/or towing at your expense. Please take the time to look at our map of Augsburg’s Campus for locations of parking lots, and the type of permit required. For additional information please email email@example.com.
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Pricing information and registration for a parking permit can be found by logging into our parking services page found on Inside Augsburg.
FIRST YEAR RESIDENT RESTRICTIONS
First year resident students are ineligible for parking their vehicles on campus. Very few exceptions can be made each academic year and are limited to medical necessities. In order to request an exception, you must email the Director of Public Safety, Scott Brownell, at firstname.lastname@example.org with an explanation of your situation and why you are in need of an exception. All other forms of request will not be considered.
Anyone parking in handicap spaces on Augsburg’s campus must have two permits: an Augsburg permit and a State Accessibility permit. Vehicles without the necessary permits parked in designated handicapped spaces may be ticketed by Minneapolis Police and Augsburg University Public Safety. There are accessible spaces available in every lot on campus.
Please note that ALL Augsburg permits are valid in ALL handicapped spaces on campus when a valid MN handicapped license is also displayed.
If you need a parking permit for your visitor or event coming to campus, you may request them by emailing email@example.com with the details of the visit or event. Please plan ahead and allow at least 2 business days for a response.
If you are in need of a parking pass for your guest coming to campus, please come to the public safety window in the Unress/Mortensen Lobby with your guest and be sure both of you have your photo ID’s. The student dispatcher at the window will assist you in getting the appropriate permit you need. For additional information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Temporary parking permits
Don’t have a permit and need to park on campus? You may request a temporary permit at the public safety window in the Urness/Mortensen lobby. The charge for a temporary permit is $5.00 per day your vehicle is parked on campus. This permit has to be issued by the department of public safety and can only be obtained in person. For additional information, please email email@example.com.
interim parking permits
Do you have a permit but you forgot it and need to park on campus? You may request an interim permit at the public safety window in the Urness/Mortensen Lobby. This permit has to be issued by the department of public safety and can only be obtained in person. For additional information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Motorcycles and Mopeds are not required to be registered through Parking Services though it is highly recommended. Registering your vehicle allows Public Safety to contact you if we notice a problem such as damage to your vehicle or if your vehicle needs to be moved due to an emergency or construction issue on campus. For instructions on how to register, select “Register for Parking ” A motorcycle/moped permit is not required to use the marked Motorcycle and Moped parking areas. The designated areas on the map below are the only areas motorcycles/mopeds may park.
Motorcycles/mopeds may park only in designated areas. See the Motorcycle/Moped and Bicycle parking map (PDF).
Bicycle in the Twin Cities is a great opportunity to explore. View the following page for resources such as bicycle maps/trails, suggestions for gear, and how to get started! http://www.augsburg.edu/green/biking.html
Bicycles are not required to be registered, though it is highly recommended. Registering your bicycle allows Public Safety to contact you if there is an issue with your bicycle and it needs to be moved. Stolen bicycles are often recovered by Minneapolis Police. When your bicycle is registered, the opportunity for your bicycle to be returned to you is greatly increased. Bicycle Registration materials are also available at the Public Safety desk in the Urness/Mortensen lobby. Completed forms can be turned into Public Safety.
Bicycles may only be parked and locked to official bicycle racks. Bicycles parked along fences, handrails, or signposts will be impounded. Unclaimed bicycles will be donated to local bicycle restoration organizations. See the Motorcycle/Moped and Bicycle parking map (PDF).
Please take a look at the following Bicycle Safety Tips if you plan to bring your bicycle to campus.
Augsburg DPS personnel will be issuing citations (tickets) for vehicles without valid permits in all campus parking lots 24 hours a day.
Summer parking: Tickets will be issued to vehicles without a valid parking permit. Tickets will be issued to vehicles parked in the meter spots past the meter’s expiration.
Tickets will NOT be issued for Parking Wrong Lot or Permit Not Valid at this Time. Any 2017-2018 year or fall/spring semester Augsburg permit is valid in any Augsburg lot. Other violations may be written at the officers discretion.
Parking fines must be paid to DPS at the dispatch center or mailed to DPS at Campus Box #78, within 14 days of the issue date. Unpaid fines will be assessed to the individual’s Student Augsburg account. For Faculty and Staff, unpaid fines will be forwarded to Payroll to be deducted on the next available payroll payment, and a late fee may be assessed. Anyone with an outstanding fine will not be allowed to register, receive transcripts, or purchase a parking permit in the future. Fines outstanding for more than one semester may be forwarded to a collection agency. All vehicles with three or more outstanding tickets are subject to immediate citation and/or towing at the owner/operator’s expense without notice. Parking on campus is a privilege. The privilege may be revoked for continued or gross violations of parking regulations.
CITATION APPEAL PROCESS
Anyone wishing to appeal an Augsburg parking citation may do so by completing the appeal form PDF and submitting to DPS in person or by mailing it to the address listed on the form. Appeal forms are also available 24/7 at DPS.
Augsburg students, faculty, and staff may also appeal a citation online through Augnet’s Parking Services. After logging in, select the blue icon that says “appeals”. Select the violation you wish to appeal, write in your appeal information and submit. You will receive a response from the appeals committee on your appeal through e-mail.
Citations may be appealed to the Augsburg Parking Appeals Committee. All appeals must be submitted within 10 days of the issue date of the citation. The Parking Appeals Committee meets on a monthly basis and responds with their decisions to the person appealing. Only forms that are complete AND include payment will be reviewed. All Parking Appeals Committee decisions are final. A lost ticket, forgetfulness, parking only for a short period, failure to display parking permit, parking in non-designated spaces, and/or not seeing signs are unacceptable grounds for appeal, and will not be considered.
By appealing a ticket, you claim responsibility for all vehicles involved, regardless of ownership of the vehicle.
Vehicles parked in a fire lane, on a striped area, blocking handicapped access or driveways, in reserved spaces, or on any unpaved surface, in such a manner as to interfere with safety or normal traffic flow will also be subject to citation and/or towing at the owner/operator’s expense without notice.
All vehicles with three or more outstanding tickets are subject to immediate citation and/or towing at the owner/operator’s expense without notice.
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There are many transportation options in the Twin Cities area and the Augsburg University Department of Public Safety promotes using these transportation methods. Some popular resources include Metro Transit bus/light rail system, biking along the Green Way, and car-sharing. Please visit the Augsburg Transportation Page for more information regarding public transit use, biking, and other options.