Temporary Permit Request Form
Below is a quick reference of the rules and regulations for temporary permits issued for visitors and special events
ONLY FACULTY / STAFF OF MILLERSVILLE ARE PERMITTED TO SUBMIT A TEMPORARY PARKING PERMIT REQUEST. THIS FORM IS NOT INTENDED FOR USE BY VISITORS TO MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY TO SUBMIT FOR A TEMPORARY PERMIT. VISITORS TO MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY CAN STOP BY THE PARKING OFFICE LOCATED IN THE LEBANON HOUSE TO OBTAIN A VISITOR PARKING PERMIT.
STUDENTS ARE NOT PERMITTED TO USE THIS FORM. PLEASE STOP BY OUR PARKING OFFICE TO REQUEST A TEMPORARY PARKING PASS FOR A VISITOR.
Permits must be requested at least 2 weeks in advance. We have orders being created all the time and it takes time to get permits ready. If you request permits less than 2 weeks in advance, we will try and get them ready as soon as possible, but there is no guarantee that your permits will be ready in time for you event.
Temporary permits can only be issued through the parking division office. Any other office issuing temporary permits without authorization from the parking division will not be valid or tolerated.
Changing the dates or duplicating permits is no valid. Permits cannot be photocopied.
Permits cannot be saved and reissued for a new visitor for a different event.
Changing the labels or altering the dates marked on temporary permits is not valid. The date marked with a label or stamped is the date or dates that the permit is valid only. You cannot cross out a date and put a new one.
Parking divisions is not responsible for tickets issued for no permit if the permits were issued to the visitors or guests beforehand. It is the department’s responsibility to make sure that their guests or visitors have temporary permits “before” they arrive on campus.
If your guests or visitors receive a parking ticket for not displaying a permit, it is the visitor’s responsibility to follow the directions written on the ticket on how to receive a courtesy void (first ticket only). Collecting tickets from guests or visitors and expecting University police to take care of them is not the proper procedure and will not be tolerated.
Temporary permits are for special events (up to one week only) and for visitors to you department (up to 3 days only). If you need permits longer, you must first request permits through our office. Your request will be approved or denied based on what the circumstance is.
Temporary permits cannot be issued to temporary staff or to students. If you have visitors that will be here longer than the days stated above, they must stop in our office and purchase a temporary permit per weekly rate (rates vary). Permits issued longer than stated above and tickets are received will be your responsibility.