Beginning September 1, 2010, faculty, staff and students with state issued disabled permits or license plates must purchase a UW-Eau Claire parking permit that is to be displayed in addition to the permit/plate issued by the state.
With a valid UW-Eau Claire parking permit, individuals with disabled permits or plates may park in any "F", "S" or "R" space, reserved disabled spaces or any two or three-hour meter. Reserved spaces are available in every lot and are monitored to ensure proper use. Please report any abuse of spaces to our office.
Two-week maximum temporary handicapped permits are available at our office in Schneider 106. Documentation of handicap parking need is required.
Visitors that have state issued disabled permits must pick up a visitor permit at the Visitor Center located at the corner of Park and Roosevelt. With advanced notice you may call our office at 715-836-2002 to have a permit mailed to you.
NOTE: You may not park in 20 minute meters, G (Guaranteed Faculty) spaces or carpool spaces. If you park in a 20 minute meter, you must deposit money (this is a state law).
Between the hours of 7:30 a.m. and 9 p.m. Monday through Thursday and between 7:30 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. on Friday, Parking and Transportation Services operates a campus conveyance service for students with physical disabilities to and from upper campus and between academic buildings. Students with both permanent and temporary physical disabilities may arrange on-campus transportation by calling 715-836-2544.
2012-2013 DISABLED PARKING UPDATES
To accommodate the temporary loss of disabled parking in the Schneider lot, additional disabled parking stalls have been added along Garfield Avenue in front of Katherine Thomas Hall and in the Hibbard and Phillips lots. Disabled parking stalls also are available in the small lot to the east of the new Davies Center (between the Davies Center and Phillips Hall) and at both ends of the southernmost row in the Phillips lot.
In addition, the 15-minute parking spaces along Roosevelt Avenue on the south side of Schneider Hall will be converted to disabled parking spaces. This will create four spaces in close proximity to Schneider Hall.