Accessible permits may be purchased by individuals with existing physical or medical disabilities. Individuals requesting accessible parking are required to submit a completed Certification of Medical need for Parking form, which can be obtained by contacting Parking Services or contact the Office of Accessibility Services. Those forms, certified for individuals with permanent disabilities, will remain on file for a period of 4 years with parking services. Accessible parking spaces and other individually labeled spaces are restricted to authorized vehicles 24 hours daily unless otherwise directed by signs. If no designated accessible space is available, Accessible Permit holders may park in the first available non-reserved Student or Faculty/Staff space. Unauthorized vehicles parked in accessible areas will be ticketed and/or towed.
Visitors are those individual who are not employed or who are not enrolled in classes through University of Central Missouri. (Individuals who attend the Missouri Innovation Campus are classified as UCM students and must have a parking permit to park on the Warrensburg Campus). Visitors may park in the visitor's parking lots on South Street, Clark Street or spaces marked for visitor parking. The Visitor's Lots are reserved only for visitors. Overnight parking is not permitted in these lots from midnight until 6:00 a.m. seven days per week. Students, faculty, and staff cannot park in those areas marked for visitor parking.
Authorized parking in the Pertle Springs area is limited to the lot near the Springhouse and the lot at the golf course. Parking is permitted along the lake side of the road and back of the dam where it does not interfere with normal flow of traffic. Parking along the road leading to the Pro Shop is prohibited. No cars are allowed on property or areas not normally open to traffic.
General use loading zones are marked by red paint and/or signs and may be used for loading and unloading for a maximum of 15 or 30 minutes, as marked.