Parking Services Office
Parking Services Office
Parking Services office personnel issue parking permits, manage Lot B (lot adjacent to Morris University Center), collect fines, process appeals and make parking arrangements.
|Address||SIUE, Box 1044, Rendleman Hall, Room 1113, Edwardsville, IL 62026-1044|
|Hours||8:00am - 4:30 pm: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday|
|Extended Hours||Fall Semester :
8:00am - 6:00pm - Monday and Thursday the week immediately prior to the 1st week of Fall classes.
8:00am - 6:00pm - Monday through Thursday the 1st week of Fall classes.
8:00am - 3:00pm - The Saturday before Fall Term only.
Spring Semester :
8:00am - 6:00pm - First Monday of Spring classes
Summer Semester :
8:00am - 6:00pm - First Monday of Summer classes
Parking & Traffic Committee
The purpose of the Parking and Traffic Committee is to consider the needs, convenience and safety of the entire University community related to traffic flow and parking. This includes participation in the planning of parking facilities, the development of appropriate policies and review of enforcement procedures. Members conduct appeal hearings relating to enforcement of parking regulations and respond to complaints from the University community. The committee also works with members of the University administration to establish short and long term goals, prioritize construction activity and establish rates. The committee is advisory to the Vice Chancellor for Administration. Anyone wishing to address the committee may request a hearing by contacting Parking Services.
Each of the University senates recommends four (4) representatives to serve on the University Parking and Traffic Committee. Both voting and non-voting ex-officio members are appointed by the Vice Chancellor for Administration, however.
TOPICS CURRENTLY UNDER DISCUSSION
|NOTE: If you have comments related to any of these topics, please feel free to contact one of your Parking & Traffic Committee representatives listed below.|
|FACULTY||Ryan Fries ( firstname.lastname@example.org)
Belinda Carstens-Wickham ( email@example.com)
George Pelekanos ( firstname.lastname@example.org)
Matt Petrocelli ( email@example.com)
|STAFF||Bill Dusenbery - Vice Chairman & Chair Appeals ( firstname.lastname@example.org)
Jim McDermott - Chair Policy Committee ( email@example.com)
Kirt Ormesher ( firstname.lastname@example.org)
Laura Scaturro - Chair ( email@example.com)
|STUDENT||Erika Hall (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Adam Hageman (email@example.com)
Landen Montgomery (firstname.lastname@example.org)
|ALTON||Kristin Magee ( email@example.com)|
|EX-OFFICIO MEMBERS||Lori Anderson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Tim Engelman (email@example.com)
Lt. Lisa Johnson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Tony Langendorf ( email@example.com)
Robert Legate ( firstname.lastname@example.org)
Robert Vanzo ( email@example.com)
Diane Chappel ( firstname.lastname@example.org)
Parking Service Agents (PSAs) report to University Police and are responsible for enforcement of University parking policies. Methods used include parking citations or towing. The agents also coordinate and provide Motorist Assistant Program services to University employees and students. PSAs also assist Parking Services and University Police with traffic control for special events.
Signs promoting the use of seatbelts are installed on existing signposts at the exits of all University parking lots. Promotion is ongoing.
Parking policy review is an ongoing process to maintain consistency and fairness and to address new developments and related impacts on parking.
Trucks, logos, battery chargers, tire inflators, de-icer and signs are some of the items that have been incorporated into this program. Promotion continues.
Recent expansion of Lot 11 and the creation of a VIP parking area in Lot F are examples of changes done to meet the needs of the University community. We have also implemented a semester permit program.
Recent projects include the realignment of Lot C, the resurfacing of Lots 4A and 5A, and soon the construction of a parking lot for the Gardens.
The network has been expanded to include 86 phones with additional expansion planned along Northwest University Drive. Phone units have been upgraded, and software capable of reporting malfunctioning phone lines is run daily.
An upgrade to our existing software has allowed customers to view their accounts online.