Cycle Permits

Cycles in Marked Cycle Stalls

Motorcycle/Moped Permits must be ordered online and then picked up at the Police Department during regular business hours.  You may stop in to use their lobby computers and request assistance in ordering if needed.

Information you will need when placing an order

  • Make
  • Model
  • Year
  • Color
  • Plate Number & State  REQUIRED
  • Plate Registration Owner Name
  • Owner's Complete Address
  • Owner Phone Number

Purchasing Permit Requirements

If you do not wish to acquire a Vehicle Hang Tag, you may order and pay online for just a Motorcycle/Moped Permit.

NOTE:

  • Upon completion of your order, please visit the University Police Office during their office hours to pick up and/or pay for your Motorcycle/Moped Parking Permit.
  • DO NOT pay for a free permit.

Free Permit Requirements

To obtain a free Motorcycle/Moped Permit, you must have purchased a current vehicle hang tag parking permit.

Free Motocycycle/Moped Permit qualifications.

  • Cycle or moped must be registered and have a current moped/cycle plate displayed.
  • You must first order and purchase a CURRENT Vehicle Parking Permit. This will allow you to receive a Free Motorcycle/Moped Permit.
  • Two orders will need to be placed in order to receive a free Motorcycle/Moped Permit.
  • The 1st is to order and purchase a Vehicle Hang Tag.
  • The 2nd is to order and pick up your Free Motorcycle/Moped Permit.

DO NOT add your Motorcycle/Moped, as an additional vehicle to your Vehicle Hang Tag Parking Permit.

To receive your Free Motorcycle/Moped Permit, select "Other"; as your payment method on your cycle/moped order.

Please see the University Police Office Administration during their office hours for them to finalize your cycle/moped order and pick up your Free Cycle/Moped Permit.


  • Motorcycle/moped permits are lot type specific, just as vehicle hang tag permits. 
  • You may only park a motorcycle/moped in the moped/cycle stalls located in the lot type specific to your permit type.
  • Motorcycle/moped permits are only to be used on a single vehicle. 
  • They may not be removed and placed on another motorcycle/moped.
  • If you buy a new cycle and sell the old one you may remove the old permit and bring in the pieces to exchange for another replacement cycle permit for a processing fee.  Contact the office for the current fee.
  • Please bring check or cash.

University Parking Regulations - Motorcycle Section

In each drop down menu below you will find information pertaining to each cycle permit.

Staff—You must be a current staff or faculty member of the university to purchase or obtain a motorcycle/moped parking permit.

  • Cycle or moped must be registered and have a current moped/cycle plate displayed.
  • Your permit allows you to park in a designated motorcycle/moped stall within a staff/faculty parking lot, if a space is available, on College Drive, Greenwood Avenue, and University Plaza.
  • You may not park in a non-motorcycle/moped stall, if no motorcycle/moped stalls are available in your desired parking lot.
  • A Staff Motorcycle/moped permit does not allow you to park in any lot other than Staff parking lots.
  • Your permit must be displayed when parked in a designated motorcycle/moped Faculty/Staff stall within a staff/faculty parking lot or on the above streets MondayFriday 8 a.m.4 p.m. or you will be cited for failure to display your parking permit.
  • Your staff permit does not allow you to park in any of the above areas from 26 a.m.
  • If your permit is lost, stolen, or damaged, you will be required to purchase a new permit. 
  • Faculty/Staff payroll deduction payments are non-refundable.

 University Parking regulations

Resident Hall—You must be a current student of the university and residing in a residence hall to purchase or obtain a motorcycle/moped parking permit.

  • Cycle or moped must be registered and have a current moped/cycle plate displayed.
  • Your permit allows you to park in a designated motorcycle/moped stall within a resident hall parking lot, if a space is available, in stalls located around Circle Drive or on Greenwood Avenue, University Plaza, or College Drive.
  • You may not park in a non-motorcycle/moped stall, if no motorcycle/moped stalls are available in your desired parking lot.
  • A Residence Hall Motorcycle/moped permit does not allow you to park in any lot other than Residence Hall parking lots.
  • Your permit must be displayed when parked in a residence hall motorcycle/moped stall within a resident hall parking lot or on Greenwood Avenue, College Drive, or University Plaza from 6 p.m. on Sunday to Friday Noon or you will be cited for failure to display your parking permit.
  • If your permit is lost, stolen, or damaged, you will be required to purchase a new permit.

University Parking regulations

Commuter—You must be a current student of the university and residing off campus to purchase or obtain a motorcycle parking permit.

  • Cycle or moped must be registered and have a current moped/cycle plate displayed.
  • Your permit allows you to park in a designated motorcycle/moped stall within a commuter parking lot, if a space is available, or on College Drive, University Plaza, and Greenwood Avenue.
  • You may not park in a non-motorcycle/moped stall, if no motorcycle/moped stalls are available in your desired parking lot.
  • A Commuter Motorcycle/moped permit does not allow you to park in any lot other than Commuter parking lots.
  • Your permit must be displayed when parked in a commuter motorcycle/moped stall in a commuter parking lot or on the above streets with Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.4 p.m. or you will be cited for failure to display your parking permit.
  • Your commuter permit does not allow you to park in any of the above areas from 26 a.m.
  • If your permit is lost, stolen, or damaged, you will be required to purchase a new permit.

University Parking regulations

 

Police: Contact Information

Contact Information

Officer On Duty
24 Hours A Day

For Emergency Calls, dial 9-1-1.

For non-emergency calls, contact:

University Police Office
134 Brigham Hall
Tel: 608.342.1584
Fax: 608.342.1641
E-mail: police@uwplatt.edu

Office Hours:
Monday–Friday: 7:30–11 a.m., and
Noon–4 p.m., excluding holidays

AFTER HOURS

For after-hours non-emergency calls, contact:

University Police Office
Tel: 608.342.1584

Platteville Police Dispatch
Tel: 608.348.2313

For additional information and other after hours options, visit the University Police Contact Information page.

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