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WSU Pullman parking permit sales

Annual parking permits for the WSU Pullman campus will go on sale beginning July 6. Customers can purchase available permits online by logging in to their WSU parking account. 

Please review the following important items: 


New 2022–2023 parking permit rates and zone changes

The Washington State University Parking and Transportation Task Force wants to thank the WSU Pullman campus community for the valuable feedback it received regarding the proposed parking rate increases and zone changes. After reviewing the feedback, the task force made amendments to both the proposed rate increase and zone changes. Please visit the 2022–2023 Parking Rate and Zone Change webpage for details regarding the new approved parking permit rates and zone changes.


All vehicle information must be updated

To review and/or update vehicle information on a parking account:

  • Go to parking.wsu.edu
  • Click “Login” in the top right-hand corner
  • Log in with WSU network ID and password
  • Click on “Permits” on the left-hand side
  • Click “View” for current permit
  • Review associated vehicles

From here changes can be made to current vehicles, and new vehicle information can be added to specific permits.

The process described above is for updating vehicle information only. This will NOT renew a permit. Permits will still need to be renewed online during the renewal period.


University apartment permits

Members of the WSU community getting a university apartment permit will NOT be required to show vehicle registration to activate a permit. Permit eligibility will still be based on verification of an appropriate active university apartment contract. Customers will need to log in to their WSU parking account beginning July 6 to get a university apartment permit.


Residence hall Crimson pre-sale: 10 a.m., June 14, through 5 p.m., June 21

During the pre-sale, qualifying residents may purchase their Crimson permit.

  • Residents eligible for this sale will be contacted directly via a separate email. 
  • Questions regarding eligibility for the Crimson pre-sale should be directed to Residence Life at 509-335-1227. 
  • Residents who do not qualify for the crimson pre-sale can purchase an available permit during open permit sales.

Open permit sales: 10 a.m., July 6

General permits:

  • In this phase eligible patrons may purchase any available permit and add themselves to requested waitlists.
  • Customers will purchase available permits online by logging in to their WSU parking account. 
  • Please review the approved zone changes and parking permit rate increases for the 2022–2023 permit cycle before purchasing a parking permit.

Residence hall permits:

  • In this phase residents with an active residence hall housing contract (i.e. Hillside, Northside, and Southside) can purchase an available residence hall permit.
  • Residents may only purchase Crimson, Gray or Blue permits. The residence hall a student lives in will determine which Crimson or Gray permit they are eligible to purchase (i.e. Crimson 1, 2, 3, or 4, or Gray 1 or 2).
  • Customers will purchase available permits online by logging in to their WSU parking account. 
  • Please review the approved zone changes for the 2022–2023 permit cycle before purchasing a residence hall parking permit. 

A valid WSU network ID is required to purchase a WSU parking permit. If a customer has lost or forgotten their network ID, they can retrieve it online at login.wsu.edu or by calling the Crimson Service Desk at 509-335-HELP (4357).

In addition, primary mailing addresses that are registered with the university should be correct/current. Mailing addresses can be checked through the MyWSU system.

For more information regarding parking permit renewals and sales, please contact WSU Transportation Services at 509-335-PARK (7275) or transportation@wsu.edu.

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