Your Information
Appeals must be submitted within 5 days of issuance of the citation. Appeals are presented anonymously to the Parking Committee at their next monthly meeting. Meetings generally occur the second Tuesday of each month. The appellant will be notified of the Committee’s decision by email within 5 business days of the meeting. If the appeal is upheld, any fine moneys paid in connection with the citation will be refunded. Citations already billed (after 5 days of issuance) to student or faculty/staff accounts or directly billed to owner/operator will not be accepted for appeal.
From Your Ticket
All vehicle operators are responsible for following all posted and published (in print and online) parking policies, including lot designations, space designations, directional markings/signage, and speed limits. The fact that a person may park in violation of these parking regulations and not be issued a citation does not mean that the policy is no longer in effect.
Ticket Issue Reason (please check all that apply)
(Parking in a dedicated space for a specific population; examples include reserved spaces, handicapped, electric vehicles, admission’s visitors, resident assistants, alumni, etc. These spaces have signage posted or lines marked.)
Any motor vehicle abandoned on college property is subject to removal and impoundment at the expense of the owner or operator. Vehicles that are not currently licensed, not in obvious operating condition, or are out of service for 30 days or more will be considered abandoned and subject to ticketing and removal. Any unregistered vehicle is subject to ticketing and towing at any time. All expenses incurred will be the responsibility of the owner. Wilson College assumes no liability for any damage incurred during or after towing or immobilization.