Oregon-Idaho Annual Conference 2014
Parking on Campus
- Parking permits are required in all university parking areas Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
- Conference members staying on campus may purchase a parking permit for the duration of Annual Conference for $5.
- Request a parking permit using the online registration form.
- Permits will be distributed at check-in.
- Parking in all on-campus facilities is limited to Willamette University students, employees and invited guests.
- “Reserved” and “Handicapped” designations on parking spaces are in effect at all times.
- There are a limited number of metered parking spaces on campus. Meter charges and time limits are in effect at all times.
- Oregon State Law does not allow the University to grant anyone special permission to park in fire lanes or handicapped spaces at any time.
- If a vehicle is parked in a fire lane or a handicapped zone, citations will be issued. VEHICLES PARKED IN FIRE LANES WILL BE SUBJECT TO TOW, WITHOUT NOTICE, AT THE OWNER’S EXPENSE.
- Citations may be paid at the Cashier’s Office in Waller Hall during business hours or at the Campus Safety office between Doney and Lausanne Halls. Citations may be appealed to the Director of Campus Safety by obtaining and submitting an appeal form, available at the Campus Safety office or from Office of the Chaplains staff.
Where to Park
- The parking lot adjacent to Kaneko Commons - space is limited
- The parking lot south of the softball field, off of 14th Street SE, south of Tokyo International University of America/Kaneko Commons
- The parking lot south of Sparks Center and the Hatfield Library
- The south side of Mill Street, east of Winter Street
Where NOT to Park
- Reserved parking spaces
- Fire lanes and loading zones
- Spaces designated “Handicapped Parking” unless you possess an appropriate permit issued by a state department of motor vehicles
- The parking lot south of Matthews Hall is reserved in the summer for university employees.
- The parking lot on the northeast corner of Winter and Bellevue Streets is reserved for university visitors and guests not affiliated with conferences held on campus.
- Because of vehicle size and the configuration of university parking lots, on-campus parking of recreational vehicles cannot be accommodated.
- Go to http://traveloregon.com/places-to-stay/rv-parks/ for information about Salem-area RV parks.
- If you need directions to the Salem Conference Center from an RV park, please contact the Office of the Chaplains no less than one week prior to your departure. Written directions will be mailed or emailed to you. (If you prefer to use an online mapping site, the address for the Salem Conference Center is 200 Commercial St. SE.)