State, County, City, and University laws, ordinances, and regulations are enforced on University property 24 hours a day, seven days a week (Unless otherwise posted).
All vehicles parking in permit areas must display a current permit Monday through Friday from 7 am to 5 pm with the exception of UM observed holidays, and where otherwise posted. Any form of permit that is damaged, illegible, hidden, taped, expired, improperly located or displayed, or reported lost/stolen is considered invalid and may subject the owner to citation, immobilization or towing.
No parking on campus without current or temporary licensing and registration, to include expired license plates and vehicles failing to properly display a license plate. Such vehicles may be towed and/or fined for "no parking".
No person shall stop, stand, or park any vehicle which impedes traffic or creates a potential safety hazard, unless directed by a police officer, traffic control device, or other appropriate authority.
Falsifying any information whatsoever on a vehicle or license number shall result in a fine and/or revocation of parking privileges for remaining academic year. (Constitutes non-academic misconduct within Student Conduct Code.)
When parking, the entire vehicle must be situated within the marked boundary of the parking space. The fact that another vehicle has improperly parked does not constitute an excuse for any other vehicle to likewise improperly park. Vehicles may not pull through or be backed into any angled parking spaces.
While parked on University property, no vehicle shall undergo any repairs or maintenance, including oil changes.
Without authorization from the Office of Public Safety, no barricades shall be moved and no vehicles may operate or park in an area that is closed by the use of barricades. Violators are subjected to being issued a citation and towed.
Driving motor vehicles on property other than authorized roads, driveways, or parking areas is prohibited without prior permission from the Office of Public Safety.
The Office of Public Safety is the authority that administers and enforces parking regulations. Refer questions about parking to this office which is located in the Physical Plant, phone: 243-6132.
Faculty, staff, students and visitors, shall be subject to such fines and penalties as listed in these regulations.
The University of Montana is not responsible, by state law, for damage to, or theft of, the personal property on campus. Everyone is encouraged to adequately insure their personal property and to protect their property by locking their room/apartment and car/bike and taking other precautions to prevent theft and damage.
Regulations may be amended at any time and become effective by order of the University President. Notice shall be published in campus and/or local newspapers once a week for three consecutive weeks.
Public Safety - Police
The University of Montana
Missoula, MT 59812