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Appeals must be submitted within 10 calendar days of the date of the citation to Parking and Transportation Services. Appeals submitted after 10 days of a citation will not be considered and are only accepted using the online appeal form.
Appeals should only address the parking-related circumstances, conditions, where the vehicle was parked, and when the citation was issued. Appeals must provide substantial evidence that the violation in question did not occur or was due to unavoidable circumstances. The following circumstances are not valid and will not be accepted:
Lack of available or convenient parking spaces
Parking at a failed pay station or meter
Parking illegally/without a permit for a short period of time
Time constraints (late for a meeting/class, class/meeting ran long)Not seeing/reading signs
Failure to display a permit
Failure to display a disabled placard or plate and a UWL permit
Lack of funds to pay a citation
Appeals that identify any of the above circumstances will be denied. Ignorance of university parking regulations is not a valid basis for an appeal for students, faculty, and staff. Purchase of a permit is an acknowledgement that you understand and agree to abide by UWL parking policies.
The UWL Parking Appeals Board reviews appeals. No additional penalties are imposed while an appeal is pending. The registered owner is notified, in writing, of the decision. All decisions are final. Late appeals are not accepted. Vague or incomplete appeals will be denied.
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