Student Move-In Parking

Greetings Campus Community, On Wednesday,  August 18, 2021, UMW will host New Student Move-In. During this time, several lots will be reserved for drop off and unloading for our new students, altering available parking for faculty and staff on this day.  Your support in creating a welcoming atmosphere for our new arrivals will be greatly appreciated. The following parking lot reservations shall apply: Student Move-In Wednesday 8/18/21 STUDENT AND GUEST PARKING ONLY: GW lot In Bound Double Drive- General Visitor spaces Out Bound Double Drive Jefferson Square Framar lot Randolph/Mason Lot Monroe Lot # 15 Parking is available for faculty and staff in the Marshall and Russell Lots, Alvey Parking Deck, Battleground Parking Lot, and the Thornton Street Lot. Eagle Landing and Returning Student Move-In Friday, 8/20-Sunday 8/22 All Eagle Landing parking areas are reserved for move in. Reminders:    Accessible parking spaces remain … [Read more...]

2021-2022 Faculty, Staff, and Contractor Decals

Current faculty, staff, and contractor parking decals are set to expire August 1, 2021. However, Parking Management has extended the decal period through August 31, 2020. Faculty, staff and contractor vehicles with decals that expire on August 1 may park on campus until September 1, 2021 without receipt of a citation for an expired decal. New decals will be available for order beginning July 1, 2021. To order new decals, please follow the steps below before August 1, 2021 in order to receive your new decal(s) prior to the  September 1 expiration date. Please note that there is no charge for the 2021 decals. The term for the decals will expire August 1, 2025. To order parking decals: Log in to Banner SSB, select personal information, then log into the Parking Management System (NuPark) using your UMW credentials. Under “Registered Vehicles”, select “Buy Permit” and complete required information. To update vehicle information within NuPark: If you have purchased a … [Read more...]

Summer Orientation Hours

The Parking Management Office will be open during new student orientation dates, June 22-25 and June 28-July 1, during the hours of 9 a.m.-12 p.m. and 1-4 p.m. For the rest of the summer, in-person visits will be available by appointment only. Please call ahead to 540-654-1129 or email to schedule an appointment. … [Read more...]

2021-2022 Parking Decals Available August 1

Student Decals will go on sale on August 1, 2021. Decals may be purchased online through NuPark, or at the Parking Management window. The rates are as follows: Residential $225 UMW Apartments $225 Eagle Landing $375 Commuter $225   … [Read more...]

Changes to Annex Lot

The parking lot between Custis Hall and Fairfax House has a new name: Fairfax Lot. Upon completion of the Hillel Center, which is expected by the end of February, this lot will be reserved for Hillel use during the following days and times: Monday-Friday 5 p.m .– 11 p.m. All day Saturday and Sunday Outside of the above hours, the lot will remain available for use by UMW faculty and staff. … [Read more...]

NuPark Portal Open

Decals are available for online purchase now through a new parking management system called NuPark. In addition to purchasing decals, you may also view citations and request appeals. Access is available through two methods. Faculty, staff, and students may still use Self-Service Banner, select personal information and then parking management system. Access for both UMW community members and visitors is available through the NuPark portal. If you have any questions, please contact Parking Management at (540) 654-1129, or email … [Read more...]

NuPark Portal

NuPark is UMW's parking management system. All members of the community may request decals, view citations, and make appeals through the portal. UMW community members should use single sign on, while visitors can make accounts. Please note that the portal works best with Internet Explorer. As before, payment for decals and citations will be billed to your student account. Decals will be sent to your on-campus mailbox. If you have any questions about using NuPark, please contact the Parking Office at (540) 654-1129, or … [Read more...]

City Parking Changes Effective August 16, 2018

UMW Community, As expected, the Fredericksburg City Council passed some ordinances in late June that will impact UMW employees and students effective August 16, 2018. A Resident Permit Parking (RPP) program will be implemented in the College Heights, College Heights South, and College Terrace neighborhoods. In order to legally park on streets designated as RPP (as noted by signage) Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., cars must display a resident permit sticker (in College Terrace the hours are 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.). While the UMW side of College Avenue will remain open parking, the College Heights side will be RPP except for the area between Dandridge and Rowe, which will be 2-hour parking only. The blocks in front of UMW properties on College Avenue (e.g., between William and Buckner and in front of the Steam Plant) will remain open parking. In College Terrace, there will also be 2-hour parking except by permit, Monday-Friday 7 a.m.-7 p.m.  See the attached maps for … [Read more...]

Community Parking Meeting

The City of Fredericksburg still plans to make changes in parking that will have an impact on UMW. A meeting will be held Tuesday, April 17 at 2 p.m. in the Colonnade Room of the University Center for you to share your concerns with members of the City’s Parking Advisory Committee. This meeting follows others held with the College Heights Civic Association and the downtown merchants and residents, and precedes a meeting with the College Terrace residents. If you have questions, please contact Lynne Richardson, vice president for Administration and Finance, at … [Read more...]

City of Fredericksburg Parking Update

Many of you have contacted members of the Fredericksburg City Council about the proposed parking changes in the City of Fredericksburg and, in particular, those that will impact the University of Mary Washington. These changes were to have taken effect in January 2018. At the City Council meeting last Tuesday night the members took no action on the proposed regulations; instead, they sent the plans back to the City’s Parking Advisory Committee, of which I am a member. We met last Thursday night. Please see the attached minutes from that meeting. While no formal actions were taken or recommended, I’d love to hear any feedback on our discussion as we meet again December 14.  Please email me at Best wishes for an enjoyable and safe Thanksgiving! Lynne Richardson Chair, UMW Parking Task Force … [Read more...]