University parking and traffic regulations are enforced by personnel of the Department of Public Safety. Vehicles parked on city streets adjacent to the campus are subject to the City of Warrensburg parking ordinances. Any violation of these ordinances will be ticketed by the Warrensburg Police or University Police Officers. All University Police Officers have extensive knowledge of parking and traffic procedures and will gladly assist any motorist upon request.
The original notice of a violation will either be affixed to the motor vehicle or
delivered to the owner/operator. The notice may be given personally and directly to
the owner/operator, or sent through the United States mail. Vehicles parked in direct
violation of UCM parking regulations may be towed away without notice and placed in
storage at the owner/operator's expense.
Vehicles that have accumulated three or more unpaid traffic tickets will automatically be placed on a tow list and towed without notice at the owner/operator's expense when parked on the University campus. Contact the Department of Public Safety at (660) 543-4123 for information regarding towed vehicles.
Individuals parking in faculty/staff, student, M, reserved areas or handicapped parking must properly display a valid permit issued for the zone assigned to them. Those who park in a zoned lot or reserved space without displaying a valid permit or those who park in a zoned lot or reserved space and display an incorrect permit are subject to a fine of $50.00 and/or towing. Enforcement of parking lots for failure to display a valid parking permit begins on the first day of classes of each semester.
Failure to properly display a permit will result in a fine of $30.00.
Sticker permits are to be placed and adhered to the upper portion of the left rear bumper behind the driver OR on the lower left rear glass behind the driver. Permits must be clearly visible, displayed to read from left to right, and cannot be displayed upside down. Permits cannot be placed temporarily in or on any vehicle with tape or other adhesive, lying on the dash, lying on the back window decks, etc.
Transferable permits must be clearly visible and suspended from the inside rear-view mirror of the vehicle. Motorcycle permits must be placed and adhered to the front left shock of the motorcycle.
Individuals parking in no parking areas will be fined $30.00, and their vehicles will be towed, if necessary. Do not park adjacent to parking bumpers or curbs that are painted yellow or areas marked by no parking signs.NOTE: No parking is in effect in Lot 33 (Multipurpose Building), lot 28, and lot 32 (JCK Library) each year during Homecoming weekend from 10:00 p.m. Friday until noon Saturday. Vehicles remaining in either parking lot during these times may be towed at the owner's expense.
Vehicles improperly parked will be fined $30.00 and /or towed.
When utilizing University parking lots, park only at concrete parking bumpers or within parking lines. Do not park at corners, double park, park in driveways, or park in front of trash dumpsters.
Parking on grass, on sidewalks, or on parkways is strictly prohibited.
Only one motor vehicle shall be parked in front of each parking bumper. Do not park utilizing two or more parking spaces.
Non-licensed vehicles cannot be parked or stored in University parking lots.
Motor vehicles parked on University Property must be kept in operating condition so they can be moved at any time on their own power.
Vehicles shall not be parked in parking spaces or University parking lots that are barricaded.Vehicles parked in time-controlled spaces are limited to the time posted on the parking space sign.
Vehicles found displaying a lost, stolen, altered or forged permit will be towed at the owner/operator's expense. The fine and penalty for possession of a lost, stolen, altered or forged permit shall be $200.00 and revocation of parking privileges on the property of University of Central Missouri for a period of one year. Possession may also result in criminal prosecution.
Every person operating a motor vehicle on any University street or parking lot shall drive the vehicle in a careful and prudent manner and at a rate of speed so as not to endanger the property of another or the life or limb of any person and shall exercise the highest degree of care. University speed limit is 15 MPH. Violation of this section shall carry a $100.00 fine.
Every person operating a motor vehicle on a University street or parking lot must abide by traffic signs posted throughout campus property including stop signs, one way signs, etc. Failure to obey these signs will carry a fine of $30. Violation of posted traffic signs may also be in violation of Vehicles to be Driven Carefully.
Individuals parking in handicapped spaces or lots must display a valid handicapped permit issued by Parking Services. Those who park in handicapped areas without displaying a valid UCM handicapped permit are subject to a fine of $200.00 and/or towing.