Permits for summer semester are on sale, Monday, April 22, 2019 through the e-Weber portal. There will be some "A" semester permits available, first come, first serve. Permits are required Monday-Friday 7am to 4pm. Lots W4 and W5 do not require a parking permit beginning, Monday, April 29th-Friday, August 23rd.
Weber State Parking is going virtual. Beginning this fall, a physical parking permit will not be required. The new system will allow faculty, staff and students to purchase permits from a computer or smart phone and their license plate will grant the parking permissions/privileges. Watch our website and the campus bulletin for more information.
The benefits include:
- Increased speed and convenience: Faculty, staff, students and guests will be able to purchase parking permits anywhere, at any time, from a variety of devices. Permits will be valid immediately, so those parking on campus will not need to make a trip to the parking office or wait for a permit to arrive in the mail.
- Greater flexibility: Users of the system will be able to register multiple vehicles on the same parking permit without having to physically transfer a permit between vehicles. Rental and loaner cars can be added to the system on the day they are being used, with the permit activated in real time.
- Improved sustainability and no lost permits: Parking is going green. There will not be an increase to the cost of parking permits for this upcoming year. We will no longer print thousands of physical permits eliminating both paper and plastic waste. In addition, users will not have to worry about paying to replace a lost or stolen permit.
NEW EV Charging Stations available in the A1 parking lot!
There are charging stations available in lots A1, A2, A6 and the Community Education Center. All EV's with a valid parking permit may park while charging for a max of 3 hours. The cost is .35 cents per hour plus the convenience fee. Get the passport parking app or login online at https://ppprk.com/park/
WSU Parking Services is proud to offer a 20% rebate on annual parking permits issued to fuel efficient, low emission vehicles. The green vehicles rebate is available for vehicle models made in the year 2000 and newer that meet a Green Book Score of 46 or higher.
The Green Book Score is a rating based on vehicle mpg and emission standards as set by the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE).
To qualify for the Green Vehicle Parking Permit Rebate follow these steps:
Step 1. Purchase and pay for a parking permit as normal, online through your Weber Portal.
Step 2. Beginning Monday, September 9, 2019 visit the Parking Services in the Public Safety Building and have on-hand the vehicle make, model, and registration to verify that your vehicle meets the Green Book Score rating of 46+. Alternatively, call ahead at (801) 626-6533 with the same information as mentioned above (vehicle make, model, and registration) to see if your vehicle qualifies.
Step 3. Congratulations! Your vehicle has been approved and meets the Green Book Score standard, wait to receive your 20% parking permit reimbursement check in the mail