UMFK Campus Parking Regulations

  1. All vehicles parked on the UMFK campus must display a UMFK parking permit.
  2. The registered owner of the vehicle is responsible for all parking violations.
  3. Compliance with all parking signs is mandatory.
  4. Visitor designated parking areas are only for visitors to campus. Faculty, staff, and students are not to park their vehicles in visitor designated areas.
  5. Anyone parking a vehicle on campus shall cooperate by moving his or her vehicle when requested to so do by parking personnel.

Mandatory Vehicle Registration

All privately owned vehicles parking on UMFK property must have a UMFK parking permit. Students can pick-up their permits at the Student Affairs Office; faculty and staff can pick-up their permits at the Human Resources office. The parking permit stickers are to be placed on the inside lower right corner of the windshield. Any vehicle parked on campus without a permit is subject to a ticket and/or being towed at the owner’s expense.

Visitor Parking and Temporary Parking Permits

Visitors to UMFK must obtain a temporary parking permit. Visitors can pick-up their permits at the bookstore, library, Acadian Archives or at the dining hall. Hosts are expected to inform their guests of the parking regulations.

Evening and Weekend Parking

Parking on Monday to Friday from 4:30 pm – 7:00 am will not be limited by permit. Parking will also not be limited by permit all day on Saturday and Sunday. Visitors, employees and students may park in any lot during these times, expect in the residence hall lots. Residence parking is by permit only 24 hours a day / 7 days a week.

Parking During Breaks

Students who wish to leave their vehicles on campus during break, must contact the Director of Facilities prior to leaving campus. The Director will inform the students where to park during break. Vehicles left on campus without permission may be towed at the owner’s expense.

Loading and Unloading Vehicles

Vehicles may be parked close to the building for 5 minutes, provided that emergency flashers are on and the driver is available to move the vehicle in the event of an emergency.

Winter Parking Ban

From November 1 through May 1 all Faculty/Staff, Commuter and Visitor parking areas are closed to overnight parking. Due to residential lots being used on a constant basis, there are times where cars will need to be moved to coordinate plowing. Alternate lots will be communicated to the campus community 48 hours in advance.  Vehicles parked in violation will be towed at the owner’s expense.


All illegally parked vehicles are subject to ticketing and/or towing at the owner’s expense.


Violations Fine
1.Parking in designated Handicap spaces without the appropriate permit. $25.00 if issued by the town
$137.00 if issued by the state
2. Parking in a posted Fire Lane. $10.00 if issued by the town
$165 if issued by the state
3. Parking in a non-designated space. (on the grass) $10.00
4. Parking in violation of permit issued. (Improper Lot) $10.00
5. Parking in lots that are closed to overnight parking $10.00
6. Parking without a permit. (No Permit) $10.00