Parking Disclosure Agreement
The text below is the full disclosure agreement that those who want to park on campus must agree to before obtaining a parking permit through The Permit Store.
Parking on Trinity Washington University’s campus is a privilege. The following guidelines must be adhered to at all times. Violations may result in cancellation of parking privileges, citations, fines, and/or towing. Trinity Washington University shall assume no liability or responsibility for theft, damage, or loss that may occur during use of parking facilities or services. Individuals choosing to park at Trinity do so at their own risk. Users must park in authorized areas within designated lines. Overnight parking is permitted for residents and others with permission from Public Safety in designated areas. Damage to, misuse of, or defacing of Trinity property or facilities is prohibited and subject to citation and fine and/or criminal prosecution. If you accept a permit under false pretences you will be subject to citation and fine and/or removal of privileges. If you fail to return a permit upon cancellation you will be subject to citation and fine and/or responsible for payment of time used.
All parking permits are issued by the authority of Trinity Department of Public Safety and remain the sole property of Trinity Washington University. If staff or faculty members end employment with Trinity, they agree to turn in their parking permit to the Office of Human Resources upon separation. Applicants may purchase only one permit designated and assigned to their user category. For information concerning the specifics of Trinity parking permits (ie. eligibility, classification, rules and regulations) please visit http://www.trinitydc.edu/safety/parking/
- Long-term permits must be fully affixed to the lower-left-hand corner of the driver-side windshield. (Do not laminate or place on plastic with suction cup)
- All permits must be fully affixed to the windshield, clearly displayed and visible in its entirety. (Do not laminate or place on plastic with suction cup)
- If the face of the permit becomes dirty, the permits may be washed with soap and water. Let the permit dry naturally for 5 minutes before reapplying.
- Permits are non-transferable to another party and valid only on vehicles to which they are assigned.
- Lost or stolen permits must be reported by contacting your Institution.
While driving on any university owned or managed property, individuals must comply with all vehicle laws of the District of Columbia and Trinity regulations. Unauthorized motor vehicles are prohibited on any surface not designated as a road or driveway and violators will be cited.
Students authorize Trinity Washington University to charge the amount of any parking violations/fines to their student account. Students understand that if charges are not paid in full by the end of the semester, a financial hold may prevent them from registering for future semesters or obtaining transcripts.
Students and employees may appeal a citation and fine by visiting the Department of Public Safety and submitting the online appeal form.
If necessary, Trinity reserves the right to revoke parking privileges.
I certify that I have read and understood the above statements. I accept the responsibility to comply with all of Trinity Washington University’s Rules and Regulations, all of which are subject to change without notice. I acknowledge that I will be held accountable for my actions and I understand that non-compliance may result in a citation and fine, forfeiture of parking privileges, and/or impoundment of my vehicle(s).