Enforcement - Types of Parking

Parking Enforcement

Parking, traffic regulations, and the California Vehicle Code (CVC) are enforced under the authority of Section 21113A CVC. In accordance with California Vehicle Code Section 40202, citations may not be informally rescinded by College authorities. Consistent or flagrant violations may cause the vehicle to be towed away at the owner's expense.

Parking Violations for Staff Parking Lots, Red Zones, Green Zones, Yellow Zones, Disabled Parking, Location not designated Parking, parking in two stalls and any valid vehicle code parking violations may be enforced on our district campuses.  There is no overnight parking on any district parking lot without special approval from the Public Safety Department.

Citations for parking violations are sent to the Office of Parking Violations weekly. All citations are reviewed by the Office of Parking Violations and must be processed through the Office of Parking Violations procedures. Directions for requesting a hearing are explained on the citation.

Types of Parking

Employee Parking Permits

At this time, all parking areas designated "Staff Parking" will require a dash board/hanging district staff permit placed fully visible on the dash board or front facing area of the vehicle.

Employees are permitted to park in any staff/student parking lot in a valid marked/lined parking space.

Disabled Parking

Spaces painted blue and marked with the disabled logo are reserved for those persons with a California disabled placard or license plate. Students with temporary disabilities who do not have a placard may receive special parking consideration by contacting the College’s Disability Resource Center. Special permits must be displayed as noted on the permit.

EV Charging Stations

Parking in the EV charging stations is limited solely to electric vehicles that are actively charging with a maximum time limit of 4 hours per vehicle and do not require a parking permit. After the four hour maximum limit there will be a $5 fee per hour with a maximum fee of $20 per session. Any vehicle parked in an EV space that is not an electric vehicle or not charging will be subject to a citation.