VEHICLE REGISTRATION FORM
Vehicle Registration/Parking Permit Application (must allow pop-ups)
Any information you are unsure of can be located on your drivers license or vehicle insurance card. Once you have completed the online vehicle registration process, Campus Safety will be notified through our system of the new registration request. A Campus Safety Officer will review the information and let you know when your parking permit is ready to be picked up. We will need to verify the information you entered into the system. Please bring your Park ID, driver’s license, registration, insurance information, and vehicle information with you to Campus Safety. After issued, the sticker must be affixed to the lower left-hand side of the rear window of the vehicle by peeling off the backing to the sticker and adhering to the window in the designated area mentioned above.
Registering your vehicle is important. In the case of an emergency involving your vehicle, the Park University Department of Campus Safety will use the registration number to locate and notify you of the emergency.
Because of the importance of vehicle registration the following rules are in effect:
Tickets will be issued for the following violations:
The posted speed limit on the Parkville campus is 15 mph on all above ground roadways. The Commercial Underground speed limit is set at 10 mph. Please help keep the Parkville campus a safe place by observing the posted speed limit. Campus Safety Officers are equipped with a handheld directional radar device that will be utilized periodically throughout campus to ensure speed limits are being observed, and will also serve as an educational measure to increase awareness and safety on the Parkville campus. For more information on how the radar device is used, please contact our office at 816-584-6444.
Impounded vehicles will be towed by a bonded wrecker service or immobilized by the Park University Department of Campus Safety officers. The owner/operator of the vehicle is liable for the costs of towing and storage or release from immobilization devises. Impoundment charges must be paid directly to the impoundment company for vehicles that have been towed.
Citations may be appealed. If an appeal is upheld, a full refund of the appealed citation will be made. However, if the vehicle is impounded for prior unpaid citations, the tow fee will not be refunded. If a citation has been turned over to the Accounting Office, the total amount owed by the individual to the University will be due and payable. Owner/operators of vehicles towed and impounded may appeal the impoundment within 5 business days of the impoundment.
Vehicles towed by Park University will be towed by a company selected by Park University. Contact information for the company that towed a vehicle will be provided by the Campus Safety Office by calling 816-584-6444.
Vehicles are subject to being immobilized by Park University Department of Campus Safety officers with a wheel lock designed to prevent a vehicle from being moved. Wheel locks can be used at any time to impound vehicles for offenses including, but not limited to:
All immobilized vehicles that have not been released within 24 hours of application of wheel lock will be towed at owner’s expense. Penalties and/or fees will be assessed to the student’s account including any citation for violation at the time the vehicle is immobilized, the immobilization charges, and the tow charges.
All vehicles immobilized with a wheel lock shall have a notice affixed to the driver's side window. This notice shall indicate the procedure necessary to release the vehicle from impoundment. Owners of vehicles immobilized by wheel lock must contact Campus Safety at 816-584-6444, or speak with us in person at the Campus Safety Office to discuss the procedure on how to get the wheel lock removed.
Attempts to remove the wheel lock that result in damage to the wheel lock will result in appropriate fees being charged to the student’s account for the full cost of replacement.
Park University is not responsible for damage to vehicles associated with the placement of the wheel lock on an impounded vehicle.
The appeal procedure for vehicle immobilization is different than for vehicles who have received parking citations. If your vehicle has been immobilized with a wheel lock, you must contact the Department of Campus Safety within 24 hours of your vehicle being immobilized to pay the required fines and coordinate removal of the wheel lock. After the boot has been removed, you may appeal the boot fees by visiting the Department of Campus Safety and filling out an appeal form. The Appeals Officer will review your appeal, and you will be contacted via email with the Appeal Officer’s decision. If the Appeals Officer approves your appeal, the boot fees will be refunded to you.
If you have concerns about the Appeal Officer’s decision and believe you have legitimate reasons to file a second appeal - you may contact the Director of Campus Safety, Chris Loos, at email@example.com only if one of the following conditions exists:
Your request should include the special appeal element you believe exists. In this situation, the decision of the Director of Campus Safety will be considered final and binding for all individuals involved.
You must report all motor vehicle accidents on campus immediately to the Department of Campus Safety.
Where to pay your fine:
Payments will only be accepted at the Cashier's Window during normal business hours Monday-Friday. The Cashier's Window is located in the lower level of Mackay and can be reached at (816) 584-6433.
Online Payment: (Vehicle Boot Fees Only)
Payment will be accepted at the Campus Safety Office after normal business hours Monday-Friday, and all day Saturday and Sunday. The only method of payment accepted at the Campus Safety Office will be credit card. All cash and/or check payments must be made during normal business hours at the Cashier’s office.
The Park University Department of Campus Safety understands that sometimes individuals fall into a hardship where it may be difficult to pay to have a boot removed immediately. In these rare situations, Campus Safety will look at the specific case and make a determination on how to proceed. The following options may be available to those who claim payment hardship:
A payment hardship will only be granted once per academic year to the individual claiming hardship. The Director of Campus Safety has the decision making authority to grant this hardship. If you claim hardship, you must fill out an appeal form with the Campus Safety Department and schedule a meeting with the Director of Campus Safety who will hear your appeal.
Faculty and staff who will have visitors to the Parkville campus should login to My Park and complete the visitor parking pass form located within the Campus Safety section. Once completed, e-mail this parking pass to Campus Safety and your guest. Following this process will allow the guest to park on campus without receiving a parking citation.
Guests, if you have not yet received a parking pass please contact your host before your arrival to campus. A parking pass is required to park on campus.
General Campus Parking Map
VISITOR PARKING AREAS
Office of Admissions:
Located on the first floor of Herr House. A special permit (or special permission) must be obtained from the Office of Admissions between the hours of 8:00am - 6:00pm M-F.
Located in Norrington. A special permit (or special permission) must be obtained from the Office of Enrollment Services between the hours of 8:00am – 6:00pm M-F.
30 minute parking located outside of the main entrance of the Thompson Building.
President’s Office Special Permit Parking:
Visitors to the President’s Office may obtain a special permit by contacting June Johnson at firstname.lastname@example.org , or by calling 816-584-6202.
Visitor Parking Restrictions
Any vehicle that is registered to or used by a faculty, staff or student, does not qualify to park in visitor designated parking areas. These vehicles must park in another general parking area or a permit lot.
Park University has enough parking capacity to accommodate its students, staff, and faculty. Although it may not be the closest space to your destination, there is plenty of space available. Please refer to the parking map located at Campus Safety if you are unaware of the designated parking areas.
Remember these rules:
The Park University Department of Campus Safety will impound by towing or immobilizing any vehicle deemed a nuisance. A vehicle is also subject to impoundment without notice under the following conditions:
If you have received a ticket and you have a legitimate explanation, you may appeal it. You have 5 business days (M-F) to file an appeal. The Department of Campus Safety is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, so appeals can be filed at any time. Appeal forms must be obtained in the Campus Safety office from the dispatcher on duty. Your appeal must be written on an appeal form and filled out completely in order to be considered. A telephone call, email, or verbal notice of intent to appeal will not be sufficient to constitute an appeal. The Appeal Officer will hear all properly filed appeals. You will be contacted by e-mail regarding the decision on your appeal. If you have concerns about the Appeal Officer’s decision and believe you have legitimate reasons to file a second appeal - you may contact the Director of Campus Safety, Chris Loos, at email@example.com within 48 hours of being notified of your appeal decision only if one of the following conditions exists:
Your request should include the special appeal element you believe exists. In this situation, the decision of the Director of Campus Safety will be considered final and binding for all individuals involved. Second appeals not filed within 48 hours of your initial appeal decision will not be considered. After that decision is made, you have 10 days to pay your fine or a hold will be placed on your account.
The Parkville Commercial Underground offers leased commercial space for small businesses, wholesalers and light manufacturers. Most of the underground parking areas are designated to provide parking for tenants. Parking in these areas are limited to tenants, employees and customers of the Parkville Commercial Underground. Vehicles found in violation of the parking policy in the commercial underground will be immediately towed at the owner’s expense.
Due to the limited visibility and the large number of pedestrians who frequent both the Academic Underground and the Commercial Underground, special caution is required on the roadways and in the parking lots of the underground.
All vehicles in both the academic and commercial portions of the underground must follow the parking policy related to traffic rules and parking rules as outlined in this document. The appeal procedures are the same as those listed above. If you have any questions, please contact the Park University Department of Campus Safety at 816-584-6444, or by using extension 6444 on a campus telephone.
The Park University Department of Campus Safety regulates parking on the Parkville campus and is responsible for issuing citations and vehicle immobilization devices that result in a fine being assessed to the registered driver of the vehicle found in violation of Park University’s parking regulations. Below are the fees associated with these violations:$15 Fines
For the purposes of the Park University parking policy - motorcycles, motor scooters and mopeds are categorized and referred to as motorcycles.
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