PARKING BULLETIN: WINTER BREAK PARKING INFORMATION
Students must have an SNC permit on their car if parking on campus during winter break. If your are bringing a car to campus over winter break an it does not already have a BLUE or GREEN permit on it, you will need to purchase a temporary permit.
Temporary permits are available for $10. Email email@example.com with the make, model, color and license plate number for your car along with a contact phone number. You will be notified by email when the permit is ready for pick up. Permits can be picked up from the parking office in PAC 120.
The winter break storage lot is the 4th Street lot (P16). This is where student cars need to be parked if you are going to be away from campus for any period of time during break.
Students who are on campus during any part of the winter break can park in one of the student lots listed below. Students are responsible for checking their emails daily for parking lot closures due to events or snow removal. Should snow removal be necessary for any of the lots listed, except the storage lot, an email will be sent and lot closed signs will be posted at the lot by 7 a.m. the day the snow removal will occur. Snow removal typically takes place between 5-9 p.m. Cars not moved per the snow removal instructions will be towed at the owner's expense.
Open student lots:
- Third Street South lot (P6)
- Michels (P13)
- Stewart Street (P9)
- 4th Street (P16)
Bike and moped Winter Removal
Bikes may only be stored 3 campus rack during winter: 3M, behind the Carriage house and in the rack by Gries Hall.
Mopeds/motorcycles must be removed from campus by the start of winter break (12/14/13).
Overflow Parking for commuters and employees
The College Ave lot P12 can be used as an overflow parking lot for employees and commuter when the employee/commuter are full.
2013-14 Resident Parking permits-SOLD OUT updated 9/23/13
Please be advised that the GREEN resident student parking permits are now sold out. From this point on any student who wants to bring a car to campus must contact the parking office prior to bringing a car to verify if there is still space available. Unregistered student vehicles can not park in visitor lots or visitor spaces.
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Green Bay Metro Service-
St. Norbert College is pleased to announce that beginning Aug. 1, 2012,
students, faculty and staff can ride the Green Bay Metro bus line free.
A St. Norbert College I.D. serves as a bus pass and includes all
routes. Click on the DePere Bus route link below for a map and route time. The bus has stop along Third Street (Bemis Cul de sac, the corner of Reid/Third Street, ) Please visit the following website to view the DePere Bus Route. http://www.greenbaymetro.org/App_Uploads_Docs/Routes/ROUTE%2017.pdf
General Parking information
Our parking regulations have been adopted in order to ensure an orderly and efficient use of parking areas by students, employees and visitors, and to comply with local fire ordinances and police regulations. All motor vehicle laws of the state of Wisconsin are applicable to the campus to the same extent as if this campus and its streets were public roadways.
Please remember your parking rights may be revoked at any time due to your negligence. Any questions should be directed to the parking office at (920) 403-3948. The parking office is located in the PAC building, room 120.
>> Summer parking Information
Most campus parking lots are considered open during the summer months. This however, does not mean that the college does not ticket. Please visit the summer parking web page for complete parking instructions.
Daytime visitors to the College and/or the Bemis Conference Center can park in Lots 11 or 14.
Overnight guests of SNC students need to park in lot 12.
>> Map of the Campus parking lots
Jumpstart - Auto Assist Service
Campus Safety provides assistance with jump starting dead batteries.
The phone numbers of local businesses who offer towing and/or auto-lock out services are also available upon request.