Summer Parking regulations and information
Students who are on campus during summer (whether for work or classes) do NOT need to purchase a summer permit for their vehicles. However, the vehicle must be registered with the parking office.
Email the vehicle information (make, model, color and plate #) along with a contact phone # for the user to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We ask that this information be provided in case we need to contact a vehicle owner in regards to moving their vehicle or to provide other parking instructions. Students are expected to monitor their SNC email so that they are aware of lot closures throughout the summer.
Students CAN park in any open student lot on campus. Students CAN NOT park in the PAC lot #3, JMS lot #2 or the VMC lot #5 (day or night).
Employees and Students-SUMMER PARKING RESTRICTED AREAS
The Priory parking lot. This lot is reserved for the priest that live at the Priory and visitors/guest to the Priory. Special permit required.
The Riverside-Vander Zanden lot # 1 (this is used exclusively by the snowbirds during the summer, (they arrive May 27th) The snowbirds have one reserved parking space, identified by their Apartment number. This spot is to be used solely by the tenant living in that apartment. Vehicles that park in any of the Riverside-Vander Zanden parking spaces will be ticketed and/or towed is necessary.
Kress Inn/Bemis Conference Center lot-Lot 14. This lot is strictly for Kress Inn, Bemis conference guests and visitors to campus.
Campus Center- There is no student or staff parking in this area. If you need to have a vehicle parked for loading and unloading purposes -Contact the Parking office with your plate # and you will be given authorization to park temporarily (15/20 minutes)
Vehicles parked in no parking areas must utilize their vehicle hazard lights and be moved within a short period of time (15-20 minutes).
Vehicles parked in short-term parking spaces must abide by the time limits. Failure to comply will result in a ticket.
Handicapped spaces (unless a valid handicapped permit is displayed)
Spaces in several parking lots are reserved for people with physical disabilities (with an appropriate sticker). Signs and bright blue symbols mark these spaces. A temporary handicapped-parking permit may be obtained through the Health Center in Main Hall or from the
Wisconsin Department of Transportation. The fine for unauthorized parking in these areas is $50.
Vehicles with properly displayed handicapped permits (state or St. Norbert College issued) are allowed to park within lots marked as "No overnight - No parking 2:00-6:00 a.m."
Loading/unloading and short-term (15-20 minute)/errand parking
Motorcycle and scooter parking
Short-term parking is allowed in the cul de sac on Marsh Street and in the indented loading zones on Reid Street. Vehicles must have their hazard lights on and be moved within the 15-20 minutes time frame. Any vehicles that are parked for longer than 20 minutes or are parked without their hazard lights on will be ticketed. Vehicles parked in the
Reid Street loading zones
must be parked parallel to the curb. Angle parking is not allowed.
There are no permits required for motorcycle/scooter parking. However, they must be parked in the areas designated for motorcycles: along the east side of the PAC building or in the Third Street South lot just right of the entrance off of Third Street. Motorcycles and scooters can NOT be parked in regular car stalls, nor are they allowed to be driven, pushed or parked anywhere else on campus.
General parking procedures
Vehicle owners/operators are expected to use the parking area within the parameters of the College parking policy and good vehicle etiquette.
- Vehicles must be parked in properly marked parking stalls.
- Vehicles cannot be parked by yellow curbs or other areas marked by yellow lines.
- The City of De Pere, by ordinance, prohibits overnight parking on city streets between 2:00-6:00 a.m. Reid, Third, Stewart and Marsh Streets are city property.
- All vehicles must be parked forward to bumper and in parking stalls as defined by yellow parking boundaries.
- Vehicles parked within indented loading zone areas on Reid Street must be parked parallel with the curb. No angled or diagonal parking is allowed.
Rental Car Policy
The College uses
Enterprise Rent-A-Car for local vehicle rentals. Please read the
Rental Car Policy (pdf).
All "wheeled" vehicles * (except those that assist disabled persons to navigate through campus and/or St. Norbert College service vehicles) are not allowed on campus sidewalks.
*To include scooters (motorized and non-motorized), bikes, in-line skates and roller blades, skateboards and the like.