Parking Regulations

Parking citations are issued by Parking Services to encourage compliance with SLCC's parking regulations. Fines resulting from illegal parking are the responsibility of the person registered to the parking permit. In the absence of a parking permit, the registered owner will be determined using state records. All outstanding and future parking violations will be linked to the appropriate student, faculty/staff or individual. Parking citations are first linked to current students who live at the same address as the registered owner of the vehicle.

Summary of Parking Rules

  1. All motor vehicles parked at any of the SLCC Campuses must use the college parking system in one of the following ways:

    • A valid parking permit must be purchased online.
    • Park in a metered stall with meter fee paid.
    • Pay at kiosk to park in the Student Center visitor lot on the Taylorsville Redwood Campus.
    • Purchase a day pass from a drive/walk-up kiosk to park in student areas.
    • Student or Faculty/Staff permits are not allowed in OTA/PTA or Dental Hygiene Stalls.
  2. It is the driver's responsibility to park only in designated, legal parking spaces and to find out where and when a parking permit is valid.

    • Student parking spaces are designated by solid yellow lines on each side of the vehicle.
    • Faculty/Staff parking spaces are designated by solid blue lines on each side or a blue and yellow line on each side of the vehicle.
    • Lack of parking spaces does not justify violation of SLCC parking regulations.
    • Parking is permitted only in designated areas and only in accordance with all posted signs.
  3. License Plates must be clearly visible and facing the roadway. Plates cannot be blocked by any visual obstruction.

  4. Temporary Vehicle Arrangements: You may change the plate information linked to your permit at any time by logging into the Parking Services online portal. If driving a rental or loaner vehicle, you can link that vehicle’s plate to your permit. It will be your responsibility to update your plate information after receiving your normal vehicle back.

    • Notes or explanations left on vehicles are not considered authorizations to park temporarily.
    • Previous citations left on your windshield will incur a second citation with a larger fine.
  5. All annual permits expire on August 31 of the next year.

  6. Students may have up to TWO vehicles listed on their permit. If you operate more than two vehicles, you must either keep your plate information updated as you park on campus via online or purchase a second permit for the other vehicle(s).

  7. Purchase of a parking permit does not guarantee a space to park on campus.

  8. Parking regulations are enforced 24 hours a day.

  9. Your vehicle may be impounded if:

    • There are any unpaid citations associated with an individual or vehicle.
    • Vehicle is parked in violation of a posted sign.
    • Vehicle is not parked in a designated parking space.
    • Vehicle is parked overnight.
  10. A permit does not authorize parking at meters without paying. Individuals parked at a nonfunctioning meter are in violation of parking regulations and will be ticketed. Please report broken meters to Parking Services for repair.

  11. Motorcycles must park in designated motorcycle areas only or they will be cited.

  12. Disabled parking spaces require an SLCC parking permit and the display of a valid state disabled placard or license plate.

  13. Parking area allocations are subject to change. It is the driver's responsibility to watch for signs and be aware of such changes. All students and employees are expected to know and respect SLCC Parking Regulations.