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Campus Parking Regulations

Campus Parking Regulations

Authority:

Title 5 California Administrative Code Sections 42200 - 42203

42200. Driving and Parking Vehicles on Campus Property.

No person shall drive any vehicle, nor shall any person stop, park, or leave standing any vehicle upon the driveways, paths, parking facilities or grounds of any campus, except with the permission of the president of the campus, and then subject to the following limitations and conditions:

  1. The president of the campus shall designate the driveways on the campus under his or her direction which shall be open to public traffic and shall place appropriate signs indicating the time and the conditions under which said driveways may be used.
  2. The president of the campus shall designate, subject to the limitations and conditions in subdivision (c), the areas on the campus set aside for the parking of automobiles by students, by employees of the campus, and by the general public. Appropriate signs indicating the time and the conditions under which the parking of automobiles is permitted in the areas so designated shall be placed at or near such parking areas.
  3. Vehicles displaying a valid campus parking permit and a distinguishing license plate or placard issued by the State of California's Department of Motor Vehicles, or by the appropriate authority of another state, issued for a vehicle registered to a disabled person or a vehicle used primarily to transport a disabledperson, shall be allowed to park for unlimited periods in any of the following areas:
    1. In any area designated by the president pursuant to subdivision (b) including areas reserved for employees of the campus excluding any area for which parking is prohibited for all vehicles or parking is reserved for police, emergency, service, or other such special vehicles.
    2. In any metered parking space without being required to pay a parking meter fee.
42201. Campus Parking Fees.
  1. Permission of the president of a campus to stop, park or leave standing a vehicle on property of a campus may be granted to persons who have paid a parking fee or have been granted a parking fee waiver subject to the limits and conditions in subsection (b)(6). The fee and refund of the fee shall be in accordance with schedules approved by the Trustees. Proportionate charges shall be made for lesser periods or occasional use of parking areas. Payment of prescribed parking fees by deposit of coins in mechanical devices provided by the campus shall constitute compliance with this section. Evidence of compliance with this section shall be demonstrated by display in plain view on each vehicle of a valid parking permit or by other means prescribed by the president. The president of the campus shall provide parking fee financial assistance to any student with disabilities who has demonstrated financial need according to the need analysis procedure for campus based financial aid authorized by Title IV of the federal Higher Education Act of 1965, as amended (20 U.S.C. s 1087kk et seq.), and who possesses a distinguishing license plate or placard issued by the State of California's Department of Motor Vehicles or by the appropriate authority of another state, and who requests such assistance. The president shall establish procedures for meeting such need by providing financial aid or by issuing a campus parking fee waiver.
  2. The payment of a fee shall not be required of:
    1. Persons stopping or parking a vehicle when necessary to avoid conflict with other traffic or in compliance with a traffic control signal device or the direction of the Campus Police or a Campus Police Officer in the control of traffic;
    2. Persons, not employed by the campus, visiting the campus for the purpose of transacting state business with the campus;
    3. Persons stopping or parking a vehicle temporarily in areas designated by the campus for the purpose of loading or unloading merchandise or picking up or discharging passengers;
    4. Persons temporarily stopping, parking, or leaving a vehicle where such vehicle is disabled in such manner and to such extent that it is impossible to avoid stopping and temporarily leaving such disabled vehicle on said property;
    5. Occupants of residence halls constructed under the State College Revenue Bond Act of 1947 to whom parking facilities have been assigned pursuant to Section 42202.
    6. Students with disabilities who possess a distinguishing license plate or placard issued by the State of California's Department of Motor Vehicles or by the appropriate authority of another state, and who have demonstrated financial need for parking fee financial assistance as determined by the campus president according to the need analysis procedure for campus based financial aid authorized by Title IV of the federal Higher Education Act of 1965, as amended (20 U.S.C. s 1087kk et seq.), and have received a campus parking fee waiver.

Note: Authority cited: Sections 89030, 89700, 89701 and 90012, Education Code. Reference: Sections 89701 and 67311.5, Education Code.

42202. State College Revenue Bond Parking Facilities.
  1. To the extent available, parking facilities constructed prior to July 1966 under the State College Revenue Bond Act of 1947 are to be assigned to occupants of the residence halls constructed under the act on a first come first served basis.

    If any spaces are unassigned to such occupants, they may be made available to students and other persons. All users of such spaces shall pay a parking fee. Such fees shall be in accordance with the schedules of fees approved by the Trustees and shall be in amounts not less than those required by the provisions of any indenture issued or resolution adopted pursuant to that act. Proportionate charges shall be made for lesser periods or occasional use of parking areas.

  2. Payment of prescribed parking rental by deposit of coins in mechanical devices provided by the campus shall constitute compliance with this section. Evidence of compliance with this section shall be demonstrated by display in plain view on each vehicle of a valid parking permit or by other means prescribed by the president.

Note: Authority cited: Sections 66600, 89030, 89035, 89700, 89701 and 90012, Education Code; and Section 21113, Vehicle Code. Reference: Sections 66600 and 89030, Education Code.

42203. Headquarters Parking.

As used in Sections 42200 and 42201 of this Article the terms "campus" or "any campus" include the Headquarters of The California State University and the term "president" includes the Chancellor.

California Vehicle Code Enforcement Section 21113, 40215, and 40220(a)

California Vehicle Code Section 21113 Driving or Parking on Public Grounds

21113.

  1. No person shall drive any vehicle or animal, nor shall any person stop, park, or leave standing any vehicle or animal, whether attended or unattended, upon the driveways, paths, parking facilities, or the grounds of any public school, state university, state college, unit of the state park system, county park, municipal airport, rapid transit district, transit development board, transit district, joint powers agency operating or managing a commuter rail system, or any property under the direct control of the legislative body of a municipality, or any state, county, or hospital district institution or building, or any educational institution exempted, in whole or in part, from taxation, or any harbor improvement district or harbor district formed pursuant to Part 2 (commencing with Section 5800) or Part 3 (commencing with Section 6000) of Division 8 of the Harbors and Navigation Code, a district organized pursuant to Part 3 (commencing with Section 27000) of Division 16 of the Streets and Highways Code, or state grounds served by the Department of the California Highway Patrol, or any property under the possession or control of a housing authority formed pursuant to Article 2 (commencing with Section 34240) of Part 2 of Division 24 of the Health and Safety Code, except with the permission of, and upon and subject to any condition or regulation which may be imposed by the legislative body of the municipality, or the governing board or officer of the public school, state university, state college, county park, municipal airport, rapid transit district, transit development board, transit district, joint powers agency operating or managing a commuter rail system, or state, county, or hospital district institution or building, or educational institution, or harbor district, or a district organized pursuant to Part 3 (commencing with Section 27000) of Division 16 of the Streets and Highways Code, or housing authority, or the Director of Parks and Recreation regarding units of the state park system or the state agency with jurisdiction over the grounds served by the Department of the California Highway Patrol.
  2. Every governing board, legislative body, or officer shall erect or place appropriate signs giving notice of any special conditions or regulations that are imposed under this section and every board, legislative body, or officer shall also prepare and keep available at the principal administrative office of the board, legislative body, or officer, for examination by all interested persons, a written statement of all those special conditions and regulations adopted under this section.
  3. When any governing board, legislative body, or officer permits public traffic upon the driveways, paths, parking facilities, or grounds under their control then, except for those conditions imposed or regulations enacted by the governing board, legislative body, or officer applicable to the traffic, all the provisions of this code relating to traffic upon the highways shall be applicable to the traffic upon the driveways, paths, parking facilities, or grounds.
  4. With respect to the permitted use of vehicles or animals on property under the direct control of the legislative body of a municipality, no change in the use of vehicles or animals on the property, which had been permitted on January 1, 1976, shall be effective unless and until the legislative body, at a meeting open to the general public, determines that the use of vehicles or animals on the property should be prohibited or regulated.
  5. A transit development board may adopt ordinances, rules, or regulations to restrict, or specify the conditions for, the use of bicycles, motorized bicycles, skateboards, and roller skates on property under the control of, or any portion of property used by, the board.
  6. A public agency, including, but not limited to, the Regents of the University of California and the Trustees of the California State University, may adopt rules or regulations to restrict, or specify the conditions for, the use of bicycles, motorized bicycles, skateboards, and roller skates on public property under the jurisdiction of that agency.
  7. "Housing authority," for the purposes of this section, means a housing authority located within a county with a population of over six million people, and any other housing authority that complies with the requirements of this section.
California Vehicle Code Section 40215 Contesting Parking Violation Procedure

40215.

  1. For a period of 21 calendar days from the issuance of a notice of parking violation or 14 calendar days from the mailing of a notice of delinquent parking violation, exclusive of any days from the day the processing agency receives a request for a copy or facsimile of the original notice of parking violation pursuant to Section 40206.5 and the day the processing agency complies with the request, a person may request an initial review of the notice by the issuing agency. The request may be made by telephone, in writing, or in person. There shall be no charge for this review. If, following the initial review, the issuing agency is satisfied that the violation did not occur, that the registered owner was not responsible for the violation, or that extenuating circumstances make dismissal of the citation appropriate in the interest of justice, the issuing agency shall cancel the notice of parking violation or notice of delinquent parking violation. The issuing agency shall advise the processing agency, if any, of the cancellation. The issuing agency or the processing agency shall mail the results of the initial review to the person contesting the notice, and, if following that review, cancellation of the notice does not occur, include a reason for that denial, notification of the ability to request an administrative hearing, and notice of the procedure adopted pursuant to subdivision (b) for waiving prepayment of the parking penalty based upon an inability to pay.
  2. If the person is dissatisfied with the results of the initial review, the person may request an administrative hearing of the violation no later than 21 calendar days following the mailing of the results of the issuing agency's initial review. The request may be made by telephone, in writing, or in person. The person requesting an administrative hearing shall deposit the amount of the parking penalty with the processing agency. The issuing agency shall adopt a written procedure to allow a person to request an administrative hearing without payment of the parking penalty upon satisfactory proof of an inability to pay the amount due. After January 1, 1996, an administrative hearing shall be held within 90 calendar days following the receipt of a request for an administrative hearing, excluding time tolled pursuant to this article. The person requesting the hearing may request one continuance, not to exceed 21 calendar days.
  3. The administrative hearing process shall include the following:
    1. The person requesting a hearing shall have the choice of a hearing by mail or in person. An in-person hearing shall be conducted within the jurisdiction of the issuing agency. If an issuing agency contracts with an administrative provider, hearings shall be held within the jurisdiction of the issuing agency or within the county of the issuing agency.
    2. If the person requesting a hearing is a minor, that person shall be permitted to appear at a hearing or admit responsibility for the parking violation without the necessity of the appointment of a guardian. The processing agency may proceed against the minor in the same manner as against an adult.
    3. The administrative hearing shall be conducted in accordance with written procedures established by the issuing agency and approved by the governing body or chief executive officer of the issuing agency. The hearing shall provide an independent, objective, fair, and impartial review of contested parking violations.
      1. The issuing agency's governing body or chief executive officer shall appoint or contract with qualified examiners or administrative hearing providers that employ qualified examiners to conduct the administrative hearings. Examiners shall demonstrate those qualifications, training, and objectivity necessary to conduct a fair and impartial review. An examiner shall not be employed, managed, or controlled by a person whose primary duties are parking enforcement or parking citation, processing, collection, or issuance. The examiner shall be separate and independent from the citation collection or processing function. An examiner's continued employment, performance evaluation, compensation, and benefits shall not, directly or indirectly, be linked to the amount of fines collected by the examiner.
      2. Examiners shall have a minimum of 20 hours of training. The examiner is responsible for the costs of the training. The issuing agency may reimburse the examiner for those costs. Training may be provided through:
        1. an accredited college or university
        2. a program conducted by the Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training
        3. American Arbitration Association or a similar established organization, or
        4. through any program approved by the governing board of the issuing agency, including a program developed and provided by, or for, the agency. Training programs may include topics relevant to the administrative hearing, including, but not limited to, applicable laws and regulations, parking enforcement procedures, due process, evaluation of evidence, hearing procedures, and effective oral and written communication. Upon the approval of the governing board of the issuing agency, up to 12 hours of relevant experience may be substituted for up to 12 hours of training. In addition, up to eight hours of the training requirements described in this subparagraph may be credited to an individual, at the discretion of the governing board of the issuing agency, based upon training programs or courses described in (i) to (iv), inclusive, that the individual attended within the last five years.
    4. The officer or person who issues a notice of parking violation shall not be required to participate in an administrative hearing. The issuing agency shall not be required to produce any evidence other than the notice of parking violation or copy thereof and information received from the Department of Motor Vehicles identifying the registered owner of the vehicle. The documentation in proper form shall be prima facie evidence of the violation.
    5. The examiner's decision following the administrative hearing may be personally delivered to the person by the examiner or sent by first-class mail, and, if the notice is not cancelled, include a written reason for that denial.
    6. Following a determination by the examiner that a person has committed the violation, the examiner may, consistent with the written guidelines established by the issuing agency, allow payment of the parking penalty in installments, or an issuing agency may allow for deferred payment or allow for payments in installments, if the person provides evidence satisfactory to the examiner or the issuing agency, as the case may be, of an inability to pay the parking penalty in full. If authorized by the governing board of the issuing agency, the examiner may permit the performance of community service in lieu of payment of a parking penalty.
  4. The provisions of this section relating to the administrative appeal process do not apply to an issuing agency that is a law enforcement agency if the issuing agency does not also act as the processing agency.
California Vehicle Code Section 40220(a) Disposition of Delinquent Parking Violation

40220. Except as otherwise provided in Sections 40221 and 40222, the processing agency shall proceed under only one of the following options in order to collect an unpaid parking penalty:

  1. File an itemization of unpaid parking penalties and service fees with the department for collection with the registration of the vehicle pursuant to Section 4760.
  2. If more than four hundred dollars ($400) in unpaid penalties and fees have been accrued by any person or registered owner, proof thereof may be filed with the court with the same effect as a civil judgment. Execution may be levied and other measures may be taken for the collection of the judgment as are authorized for the collection of an unpaid civil judgment entered against a defendant in an action on a debtor. The court may assess costs against a judgment debtor to be paid upon satisfaction of the judgment. The processing agency shall send a notice by first-class mail to the person or registered owner indicating that a judgment shall be entered for the unpaid penalties, fees, and costs and that, after 21 calendar days from the date of the mailing of the notice, the judgment shall have the same effect as an entry of judgment against a judgment debtor. The person or registered owner shall also be notified at that time that execution may be levied against his or her assets, liens may be placed against his or her property, his or her wages may be garnisheed, and other steps may be taken to satisfy the judgment. If a judgment is rendered for the processing agency, that agency may contract with a collection agency to collect the amount of that judgment. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the processing agency shall pay the established first paper civil filing fee at the time an entry of civil judgment is requested
  3. If the registration of the vehicle has not been renewed for 60 days beyond the renewal date, and the citation has not been collected by the department pursuant to Section 4760, file proof of unpaid penalties and fees with the court with the same effect as a civil judgment as provided in subdivision (b).
  4. This section does not apply to a registered owner of a vehicle if the citation was issued prior to the registered owner taking possession of the vehicle and the department has notified the processing agency pursuant to Section 4764.

California Education Code Section 89107.5

California Education Code Section 89701.5

Moneys in the State University Parking Revenue Fund received as parking fines and forfeitures shall be used exclusively for the development, enhancement, and operation of alternate methods of transportation programs for students and employees, for the mitigation of the impact of off-campus student and employee parking in university communities, and for the administration of the parking fines and forfeitures programs.

Section 1 - Enforcement Information

  1. California State University San Bernardino parking regulations apply to all faculty, staff, students and visitors parking a vehicle on campus.
  2. Persons who violate these regulations may receive a formal parking citation and be subject to university disciplinary action. Continuous violation may result in the tow-away of the vehicle at the owner's expense (CVC 22651)
  3. Parking of motor vehicles and bicycles on university property is at the risk of the owner. Neither the State of California nor California State University, San Bernardino can assume liability for damage or theft of a vehicle or it's contents.
  4. Daily or multi-day parking permits may be purchased at the Information Centers and from any of the permit dispensers located throughout campus in the parking lots.
  5. The Information Centers provide visitor information and visitor parking passes. They are located at the entrance to the campus on University Parkway and on Coyote Drive.
  6. Lost permits are replaced at the owner's expense. Stolen permits must be reported to the University Police Department.

Section 2 - Traffic Regulations

  1. Provisions of the California Vehicle Code apply.
  2. Pedestrians have the right of way.
  3. The campus speed limit is 15 MPH unless otherwise posted.

Section 3 - Parking Regulations

  1. All vehicles parked on the campus of the California State University, San Bernardino must properly display a valid CSUSB or CSU System-wide parking permit. The proper display of the parking permit is affixed to the inside windshield on the lower drivers side. The permit number and date of issue or date of expiration must be in full view from the front of the vehicle.
  2. Vehicles parked in timed spaces may not exceed the maximum posted time limit. Each consecutive instance of parking beyond the maximum time limit posted shall constitute a separate violation. "Visitors" driving vehicles with disabled parking privileges see section 3H.
  3. Vehicles parked in "CAR/VAN POOL" spaces must display both a valid parking permit as per section 3A and a carpool permit or sticker. Carpool permits/stickers may be obtained from the Information Centers or the Commuter Services office.
  4. Vehicles parked in spaces reserved for campus residents (marked as "RESIDENT") must display a valid Resident Parking Permit as per section 3A with a resident "R" sticker affixed to it. A resident sticker may be obtained from Parking or Commuter Services. Residents of University Village. SEE 3V
  5. Vehicles parked in spaces or lots designated as "FACULTY/STAFF" or "EMPLOYEE ONLY") must display a valid permit and/or faculty/staff sticker. Some of these spaces are reserved for employee use only during specific times and are marked accordingly. During the times they are available for general parking, vehicles must adhere to section 3A.
  6. Vehicles may not be parked backwards in a diagonal space.
  7. All two-wheel motor vehicles must be parked in areas reserved for motorcycles and marked "MOTORCYCLE ONLY". Four-wheel vehicles may not park in these areas. Parking permits for motorcycles are not issued. Riders must pay the parking fee and fill out a "Request to Not Display a Parking Permit" form at Parking Services.
  8. Vehicles parked in "DISABLED" spaces must display both a valid CSUSB permit as per section 3A and a valid disabled placard or license plate. The placard number and expiration date must be displayed clearly and in full view from the front of the vehicle. "Visitors" driving vehicles with disabled parking privileges may obtain a guest pass from the Information Centers.
  9. All vehicles must park in designated and marked parking spaces.
  10. Vehicles may not be parked on planted or landscaped areas, pedestrian walkways or paths, dirt roads or other undeveloped areas of the campus unless otherwise indicated as overflow parking.
  11. Vehicles may not be parked in any assigned spaces such as "OUTSTANDING FACULTY ADVISOR", "EMPLOYEE OF THE YEAR", "POLICE VEHICLES", "PRESIDENT", "RESERVED" or "PARKING SERVICE VEHICLES ONLY" spaces, unless authorized to park there by the Parking Services office.
  12. Vehicles parked in posted "LOADING" areas marked by yellow paint, do not need to display a valid permit as per section 3A but may not exceed 30-minutes.
  13. LOT M is reserved for employee parking. Vehicles parked in LOT M must display a permit as per section 3E. Visitors of the Robert V. Fullerton museum must park in the marked "VISITOR SPACES" and must display an official museum visitor permit as required in section 3A.
  14. Vehicles may not occupy more than one parking space. No part of the vehicle may exceed past the lines of the marked space. Drivers of oversized vehicles should contact the Parking Services office or the Information Centers for information.
  15. Vehicles may park or stop in "PASSENGER LOADING" areas marked by white paint, for the duration needed to safely load or unload passengers, not to exceed the posted time limit. The vehicles may not be left unattended at any time.
  16. Vehicles may not be stopped or parked in any manner that may obstruct driving lanes. Vehicles obstructing the normal flow of traffic may be towed away at the expense of the owner.
  17. Vehicles parked in "SERVICE VEHICLE" spaces must display a valid service vehicle permit with the permit number and expiration date in full view from the front of the vehicle. University owned vehicles may park in service vehicle spaces without displaying any permits.
  18. Vehicles may not park or stop in any areas marked by red paint or designated as fire lanes.
  19. Vehicles parked in marked spaces parallel to a curb, shall be parked with the right hand wheels within 18 inches of the curb.
  20. Vehicles parked in the gated area of the University Village Apartments must display a valid UV permit.
  21. University operated carts must park in spaces designated for cart parking. Vehicles are not allowed to park in cart parking spaces.

Section 4 - Other Regulations

  1. Parking permits and stickers are the property of the California State University, San Bernardino, and may only be used by the person to whom issued and only for the specific intent of issue. Permits are not transferable.
  2. Vehicles may not display a forged or altered permit or sticker for the purpose of fraudulently obtaining parking privileges. (Any forged or altered permit or sticker may be confiscated by employees of the Parking Services or University Police departments.) Any person who knowingly displays a forged or altered permit or decal is subject to penalties as set forth by the California Penal Code and university disciplinary action.
  3. Vehicles may not display a permit or sticker that has been reported as lost, stolen or not received. Any person who knowingly displays any permit or sticker that has been reported as lost, stolen or not received is subject to penalties as set forth by the California Penal Code and university disciplinary action.
  4. Vehicles abandoned or left standing on CSUSB property for more than 72 hours without prior authorization from the Parking Services department may be cited and towed away at the expense of the owner.
  5. Disabled vehicles must be reported to the University Police (909) 537-5165 or Parking Services (909) 537-5912. The operator shall stand by the vehicle until an officer arrives to determine if the vehicle will create a traffic hazard. If it is considered a hazard, the operator should arrange to have the vehicle removed immediately or it will be subject to towing per CVC section 22651(B)
  6. Vehicles with five or more outstanding parking violations, where 21 calendar days have passed since the issuance of the citations is subject to impound. The vehicle may be given the alternative of being immobilized for a short period of time until the citations have been cleared. The driver of the immobilized vehicle should contact the University Police department for release. No person shall remove, damage, attempt to drive away or otherwise interfere with the placement of a vehicular immobilization device. Any person involved in such an act is subject to the appropriate university administrative action, charges incurred as a result of damage to the device and criminal charges under the California Penal and Vehicle Codes.

Section 5 - Permit / Decal Information

Parking permits and decals are required 24 hours a day / 7 days a week while parked on the campus.