Citations and Appeals


Fine Information

      The campus is patrolled by UW-Green Bay police, security officers and parking attendants. Vehicles parked in violation of campus regulations and/or state statutes will be cited. Penalties will be assessed for violations of the Wisconsin Administrative Code, Rules of Regents of the University of Wisconsin, Section 18.05.  The following fine schedule is in effect:

$25 fine (Fines will inncreases by $10 after 14 days, and an additinal $15 if remaining unpaid 30 days after issuance.)

  • No Parking Permit
  • Time Restricted Zone
  • No Parking/End Zone
  • Dock/Service Zone
  • Restricted Lot
  • In Road or On Fire Lane or Grass
  • Motorcycle Zone
  • Plate not displayed to travel lane
  • Parked Facing Traffic
  • Parked Over one stall
  • Failure to follow parking regulations
  • Other Violations

$50 fine (Fines will inncreases by $10 after 14 days, and an additinal $15 if remaining unpaid 30 days after issuance.)

  • Virtual Permit Fraud
  • Snow Emergancy
  • Permit restricted spaces
  • Intentionally providing inaccurate or fraudulent information during the permit process.

$100 fine (Fines will inncreases by $10 after 14 days, and an additinal $15 if remaining unpaid 30 days after issuance.)

  • Illegally parked in a disabled zone.

Failure to resolve citations may result in one or more of the following:

  1. Suspension or refusal of the vehicle registrations of motorists who have an(y) unresolved parking citation(s) through the Department of Transportation. Correspondence concerning this action will be mailed to the registered owner of the cited vehicle. Authority for this action is provided in Chapter 345.28 of the Wisconsin Statutes.
  2. Administrative hold being placed on students’ academic records.
  3. Total outstanding being sent to a collection agency at owner's expense .
  4. Total outstanding sent through WI Dept. of Revenue Tax Intercept program.
  5. Vehicle being towed from campus, at owner’s expense.
  6. Suspension or denial of future parking privileges.


The Process

If you received a parking citation you may appeal it by submitting a completed parking citation appeals form to the Parking Office within 14 calendar days from the date the citation was issued. Once submitted for review by the appeals committee the citation:

  1. All appeals must be submitted within 14 calendar days from the date the citation was issued.
  2. Once submitted for review, the citation will be put on hold.  This means the fine amount due will not increase nor will any further action be taken for collection until it has been reviewed by the appeals committee.
  3. Once the appeals committee has made a decision you will be notified of their decision, via the method you indicated on the appeals form.
  4. Unless your citation has been cancelled, you will have two (2) weeks from the date of the appeals committee meeting to pay the amount due before further action is taken.
  5. Please note, the decision of the appeals committee is final and binding for the appellant and the Parking Office.

Guidelines for Appeal

  1. In your appeal only address parking related circumstances and conditions that were in existence when and where you parked and/or when the citation was issued to the vehicle.
  2. The appeals process is not a forum for complaints about parking. If you wish to file a complaint or suggestion for parking please send an email to
  3. Ignorance of parking regulations is not considered a valid basis for an appeal.
  4. If you are using a medical emergency or mechanical failure as the basis for your appeal evidence of such is required (i.e. doctors' note or mechanic note/bill)
  5. You may appeal any citation, however, excuses such as those exemplified below are not considered valid and are less likely to be accepted:
    • Lack of "convenient" or legal parking spaces (including 15 min zones)
    • Only being there for a short time / only there for .. Minutes
    • Took longer than anticipated
    • Lack of funds / cannot afford citation
    • Can't afford to purchase permit
    • Didn't notice / read / see posted signs
    • Running late / didn't have time
    • Everyone else does it
    • You've done it before & didn't get ticketed
    • (some nameless person) said you could
    • No one else got a ticket
    • Neglected to enter valid license plate information into the virtual permit system.
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Bursar’s Office

  1. Located in Student Services 1300, they are open from 7:45 a.m. to 4:15 p.m., Monday through Friday.
  2. Able to accept cash, check, or credit card payments only.