May 28, 2023

Parking Enforcement begins September 5, 2011

Greetings to the UMW Campus Community:

As we begin the 2011-2012 academic year, the office of Parking Management extends a warm welcome to faculty, staff and students.  We wish to share some basic rules of the road for a smooth opening of the school year.  The Parking Management Office is responsible for ensuring the safe and efficient use of parking resources.  As an added safety measure, UMW Campus Police provide escort services beyond the daylight hours. Please call 540-654-1025 to request service. 

Under the umbrella of Business Services, our parking management team includes:  David Sing, John Adami, and Adrienne Byam.  

Parking on Campus

Vehicles parked on campus must display a valid decal or temporary dash pass, and be parked in a lot that corresponds with the decal designation.  Reserved spaces and restricted lots are enforced at all times.  Residential students may only park on College Avenue during weekends (Friday at 5 p.m. – Monday at 7 a.m.)

Parking Lot Designation: (includes guidelines for the UMW Parking Deck)

Permits:  Parking permit applications are available for eligible students and all faculty and staff through EagleNet.

Eagle Landing Parking

Those residents of Eagle Landing who have purchased deck parking will receive RFID tags from the EL front desk.  These students have 24/7 access to the enclosed deck parking on floors 3-5 of Eagle Landing.  Eagle Landing guest spaces are for registered guests with guest passes available from UMW Parking Management, or the EL front desk.     

Note:  EAGLE VILLAGE is private property and parking is for tenants and customers of Eagle Village businesses only.   Towing in these locations is enforced for parking violations.   

Parking in nearby Commercial & Residential areas

Students and faculty/staff members are cautioned not to park their vehicles in nearby commercial parking lots or residential communities while on campus.  The City of Fredericksburg and Commercial Businesses restrict parking to patrons or residents within designated city blocks. Violators are subject to fines and towing.

Faculty/Staff Parking Modification

Coming soon…Faculty/staff parking will be expanded to include the north side of the 1200 block of Thornton Street.

Construction Vehicles

Construction contractors who are working on the Randolph/Mason project will be parking in the William Street parking Lot. 


To ensure the availability of safe parking and the efficient use of the parking resources, regulations will be enforced beginning Monday, September 5, 2011, on a year round schedule. The university has been granted the authority under the Code of Virginia Sections 23-9.2:3, and 2.2-4800 to issue citations and collect fines.  

Questions may be directed to: 

David Sing

Parking Management Supervisor