University Parking has expanded Park Mobile into the University Union Visitor Lot. There are now three paid parking stalls, which are first come-first served, available for use. Anyone may use these parking stalls, including those with permits, as long as they also utilize the mobile pay application and the correct zone number. These three specific parking stalls are located at the end of the 15 minutes parking row. The use of other parking stalls in this lot remains unchanged. Unfamiliar with Park Mobile? Find more, here.
The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay has smarter parking options on campus with ParkMobile, “the leading provider of smart parking and mobility solutions in the U.S.” More via ParkMobile to bring smarter parking options to University of Wisconsin-Green Bay | Bloomer Advance.
Green Bay, Wis. – The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay is partnering with ParkMobile, to enable students and frequent visitors without permits, to easily pay for daily and overnight parking from their mobile devices once they have met their free visit limit. The ParkMobile app is available for use in approximately 600 spaces in the Studio Arts lot located on campus.
ParkMobile is a free app available for iPhone and Android devices, and users can additionally register at parkmobile.io. New stickers and signage willprovide information to visitors on how to pay for parking using the app once they met their free visit limit. After setting up their account, users can immediately begin using the system with their registered mobile device. The ParkMobile app lets users pay for parking on-the-go by viewing and updating or adding time to their parking session remotely.
ParkMobile is widely available at more than 125 universities across the country, including UW-La Crosse and UW-Madison, as well as other cities in the Midwest, such as Milwaukee, Chicago and Minneapolis. Visitors will now have the added option of paying a daily rate or buying the standard semester or yearly permit depending on their needs.
ParkMobile Contact: Jeff Perkins, CMO, email@example.com
UW-Green Bay Contact: Tony Decker, SGT, Parking@uwgb.edu
Summer campus parking lot repairs begin today, Wednesday, May 22, 2019, on the Green Bay Campus. Pylons/ropes/barricades blocking parking lot entrances are closed and require parking in an alternative parking lot. Some parking lots will have smaller work areas marked closed with pylons/ropes/barricades. If you observe work crews in the area, please reduce speed and exercise caution. Thank you for your flexibility during the construction season. Watch your e-mail for specific lot repairs.
UW-Green Bay requires students, faculty and staff to purchase parking permits if they will park on campus more than five times in a semester. Parking permit fees fund parking lot maintenance, construction and replacement. Public Safety uses a virtual parking permit — information about your vehicle must be entered accurately and match the plate since license plate reader cameras verify the permit was purchased and entered. Vehicles displaying only one license plate must park with the plate facing the travel portion of the parking lot. Failure to purchase a permit, accurately enter a license plate, display the plate to travel lane of the parking lot or to abide by parking restrictions (time restricted, prohibited parking outside stall, in Union Visitor Lot, Fire Lane, Service Vehicle, Handicapped) will result in a parking citation. Students, staff and faculty are not allowed to park in the University Union Visitor Lot, except in the posted 15-minute parking stalls for up to 15 minutes.
Summer 2017 campus parking lot and road repair work begins today (June 26). Due to a mild winter, a smaller amount of repairs are needed than past years. The schedule below is tentative and weather dependent.
- June 26, 27, 28 – Weidner Center Administrative Office Parking lot and front canopy
- June 29, 30; July 3, 5-7 – Kress Events Center Lot, Union Visitor Lot, Wood/University Union/Theatre Hall Dock and Instructional Services/Lab Science Dock
- July 10-14 – East Housing Lot, Apartment Parking Lots and Residence Life Community Center Court
- July 17-21 – Residence Life Courts (Downham, Thompson, Schaefer and Lenfesty)
- July 24-28 – Shorewood Golf Course, Cofrin Main Entrance Circle and Lambeau Cottage Driveway
- July 31-Aug 4 (or as filler throughout the summer) – Weidner Center B, C and D lots, depending on shows and space.
Additional closures, dependent on scheduling outside contractors, may be needed for road repairs on Lab Sciences Drive, Main Entrance Drive and the back parking area of the Kress Events Center. Parking lots with pylons, ropes and barricades blocking access are closed and it will be necessary to park in an alternative parking lot. Facilities Management and the Parking Office thank you for your flexibility during the construction season.
The front parking lot nearest the Weidner Center’s main entrance doors will be closed off Friday (Nov. 14) until late afternoon. The Office of Public Safety directs employees and students who customarily use the “valet lot” to explore other parking nearby, including the lot(s) immediately behind the Weidner Center. The front lot is being reserved for the numerous community and out-of-town visitors expected for the formal installation of Gary L. Miller as UW-Green Bay chancellor. The ceremony begins at 2 p.m. in Cofrin Family Hall.
Distributed campuswide but noted here for the record: The closure to traffic of Instructional Services Court has been delayed a week, until at least Tuesday (Sept. 16), because of the wet weather. Please plan to find alternate parking and access to loading docks for Instructional Services and Laboratory Sciences.