Saint Louis University

Payment of Fines
Fines are payable at the Parking and Card Services Office within 14 days (2 weeks). If not paid within 14 days (2 weeks), the University reserves the right to process fines against the student's account or through payroll deduction for faculty or staff.

Fines/Fees
The following fines/fees will be assessed to the owner/operator of any vehicle on University property in violation of the parking regulations defined by the University. The registered holder of a parking permit is responsible for parking violations by vehicles displaying the permit. By paying a fine, you accept responsibility for the vehicle and its activity on campus and assume all violations incurred by said vehicle unless otherwise stated. These lists are no inclusive.

Removal and Impoundment
The Department of Public Safety is authorized to enter, remove, or impound motor vehicles from University property AT OWNER'S EXPENSE when the vehicle is in violation of the parking regulations and outlined violations for towable offenses.

The tow fee is subject to change depending on the availability of the vendor providing the towing service. Special equipment or circumstances may increase the charge. A "drop" fee is charged in situations where the tow truck is hooked-up to the vehicle, but still on SLU property. A daily storage fee is charged if the vehicle is not reclaimed by the owner.

Parking and Card Services would like to remind everyone that cars parked on private property and surrounding business parking lots may result in a tow, at the owner's expense.

Disabling of Vehicles by Affixation of a Boot Device
Vehicles may be disabled by use of a boot or similar device. A fine of $50, plus all fines and fees owed, must be paid in full in order to secure removal of the boot.

Appeal Procedure
A parking citation may be appealed by filing online through Banner Self-Service under Parking and Card Vehicle Registration, Outstanding Parking Citations or a completed appeal form at the Parking and Card Services Office within 14 days of the citation. Parking citation fines must be paid before filing an appeal. 

$900 fine and Immediate Boot

  • Possession of lost/stolen permit (parking privileges may be revoked).
  • Possession of forged/altered permit (parking privileges may be revoked).
  • Parked on University property after parking privileges have been revoked.

$75 fine and Immediate Tow

  • Parking in a disabled space without proper University or state (any state) permit. This includes the hashed-marked area next to the parking space.
  • Parking in a fire lane (areas with drive lanes next to a building) or within 15 feet of a fire hydrant. These areas must be marked with signage or solid yellow curbs.
  • Parking on the mallway, grass or sidewalk.
  • Derelict/abandoned vehicles.
  • Blocking/hindering traffic in an aisleway or non-parking area. The vehicle must be blocking, not just extending the aisle. These vehicles must be impeding the flow of traffic or blocking cars so that they cannot exit their spaces.

$50 fine and Immediate Tow

  • Parking on an incorrect lot: reserved and premium lots with assigned spaces. This is for vehicles displaying a hangtag for a different lot.
    • All parking permits may park in premium, preferred and general lots
      • M-F, 5:30 p.m.- 2 a.m.
        and
      • Sat.- Sun., 6 a.m. - 2 a.m.
      • After 2 a.m. all vehicles that display an incorrect hangtag will be ticketed.
  • Parking in areas restricted by traffic cones, barricades or other traffic control devices.
  • Parking in loading zones, building and /or service entrances, crosswalks, construction sites.

$50 fine

  • Parking in an invalid space. Refers to extending the aisle by one space or parked in a hash marked spot in the corner of the garage/lot.
  • Parking over the stall line.

$50 fine; boot on 3rd ticket

  • Parking on an incorrect lot: preferred parking areas. This is for vehicles displaying a hangtag for a different lot.
    • All parking permits may park in premium, preferred and general lots
      • M-F, 5:30 p.m.- 2 a.m.
        and
      • Sat.- Sun., 6 a.m. - 2 a.m.
      • After 2 a.m. all vehicles that display an incorrect hangtag will be subject to ticket.
  • Parking on an incorrect lot: general parking areas. This is for vehicles displaying a hangtag for a different lot.
    • All parking permits may park in premium, preferred and general lots
      • M-F, 5:30 p.m.- 2 a.m.
        and
      • Sat.- Sun., 6 a.m. - 2 a.m.
      • After 2 a.m. all vehicles that display an incorrect hangtag will be subject to ticket.
  • Parking in reserved, client and commercial parking spaces. These spaces are marked by signage and are enforced 24 hours/7days a week.

$25 fine + boot

  • Parking with an expired permit. Fall permits expire on Jan. 17, Spring permits expire on May 31 and Summer permits expire on Aug. 31.
  • NOTE: Faculty/staff permits do not have expiration dates but are verified for payment with Payroll reports.

$25 fine; boot on 3rd ticket

  • Vehicles that are parked on University property overnight without a hangtag. All vehicles on campus after 2 a.m. must have a hangtag.
  • Parking in the wrong section of the correct lot.
  • Parking in the visitor spaces of the Laclede garage with a valid non-Laclede, non-reciprocal permit..

$25 fine

  • No hangtag displayed.
  • Parking in small car only space. Vehicle must be no larger than 175L x 68W x 57H.
  • Exceeding time limit when actually loading/unloading. Flashers must be on and the time is limited to 30 minutes. NOTE: If the vehicle remains in the space for one hour after the ticket was issued, the vehicle will be towed.
  • Parking in reserved visitor parking spaces if the hangtag is expired. The information on the hangtag can be verified at the front desk logbook.
  • Parking in reserved visitor parking spaces if:
  1. the Reinert purple or Brouster Hall white one-day visitor hangtag is not displayed,
  2. the information on the hangtag has been forged/altered,
  3. if faculty, staff or students are parked in these spaces. The information on the hangtag can be verified at the front desk logbook.
  • Double permit violation is including but not limited to:
  1. parking more than one vehicle on any lot at the same time or allowing someone to use your SLU parking privileges in your absence,
  2. using a temporary replacement hang tag as a valid permit to park more than one vehicle,
  3. or parking more than one vehicle at the same time when registered as a carpool.

    Fine equivalent to current rate of parking permit; boot

    • Possession of a lost/stolen/altered/forged hangtag or parking on campus after privileges have been revoked.