Online Parking Citation Appeal Agreement

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Parking citation appeals must be made within fourteen (14) calendar days from the date of issuance. Persons who fail to appeal a parking citation within fourteen (14) calendar days of the citation's issuance forfeit their right to appeal the citation.


If the appeal is denied the original fine amount will be due for seven (7) calendar days after the notification of the results of the Appeals Board (recorded at the top of the appeal decision e-mail). After seven (7) calendar days a $20.00 late charge will be applied to the original fine.


The Parking and Traffic Appeals Board is composed of faculty, staff and students. The decision of the Appeals Board is the FINAL appeals process available through the University.


The following reasons are not acceptable for dismissing a citation and not valid as the basis for appeal:

  • Parking on campus without purchasing a current UT Martin parking permit
  • Lack of knowledge of the regulations or did not see posted regulation/signage
  • Other vehicles were parked improperly
  • Only parked illegally for a short period of time/blinkers were on
  • Failure of officer to ticket previously for similar offenses
  • Late to class or appointment
  • Inability to pay the amount of the fine
  • No other place to park
  • Permission to park given by anyone other than the UT Martin Traffic Office or UT Martin Police Officer
  • Inclement weather conditions
  • Parked in a Handicap Accessible spot



Parking Information

All motor vehicles operated (utilized) by faculty, staff and students in connection with their employment or attendance at UT Martin must be registered at the UT Martin Department of Public Safety in Crisp Hall.

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Personal Property Inventory

The UT Martin Dept. of Public Safety would like to remind everyone maintaining an inventory of their personal property can help the appropriate authorities recover the property if it is lost or stolen.

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