Individuals who have accessible tags must also display a William and Mary parking decal or a temporary or visitor's pass to park anywhere on campus, except in metered or timed spaces. Individuals displaying accessible tags shall be allowed to park for up to four hours in metered or timed spaces and are exempted from paying parking meter fees during this time. The display of an accessible tag does not authorize anyone to park in spaces that are reserved at all times, designated as service vehicle spaces, or assigned and reserved as part of a special event.
Permanent accessible license plates or placards may be obtained from the Division of Motor Vehicles. Faculty and staff with disabilities who need a temporary accessible parking placard (hang tag) should contact the Office of Diversity & Inclusion (Hornsby House 221-2615). http://www.wm.edu/offices/diversity/access-and-inclusion/reasonable-accommodations/disabilities/index.php
Students requiring temporary accessible parking may make application through the Office of the Dean of Students (Campus Center 221-2510) Vehicles displaying appropriate accessible plates or placards may park in any ADA marked, faculty/staff or student space. http://www.wm.edu/offices/deanofstudents/services/studentaccessibilityservices/temporarydisabilities/index.php
Parking ADA Placard Disclosure Assessment
If you have a state DMV issued handicapped placard or license plate Parking Services needs your help assessing the demand for these parking spaces on campus. Our goal is to ensure we keep up with the demand and that spaces are compliant with ADA prerequisites. The easiest way to capture this information is by self identification. There are two ways to provide this information. You can fill out the below form to send your ADA placard information to Parking Services or list in the appropriate section of the vehicle registration form when purchasing a decal.ADA Placard Disclosure