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Repositionable Permit FAQ

Parking Services Covid-19/Coronavirus Update

The health and safety of our students, faculty, and staff is the top priority for Cal State San Bernardino, therefore, Parking & Transportation Services will be temporarily closed to in-person services due the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) outbreak beginning Monday, March 23, 2020.  Please know that our staff are working off-site and are ready to serve your needs during regular business hours, Monday-Friday, 8:00am-5:00pm.  Please contact either the phone number and/or email address in the ‘Contact Us’ section on this webpage.  

Parking permits will not be required during daytime hours, seven days a week.  Parking permits continue to be required for any vehicle parked on campus overnight and enforcement will be conducted between the hours of 10pm – 6am, seven days a week. Parking enforcement will continue at all times for disabled parking, service vehicle/other specially marked spaces, and fire zones.

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If I remove my permit, how should it be stored? 

Any time your repositionable permit is removed from glass and needs to be temporarily stored, the adhesive should be protected by reapplying it to the original liner film or placing it on a smooth piece of glass such as a coffee mug.

Can I apply my permit to plastic?

Repositionable adhesive will develop a strong bond with many types of plastic, and damage to the plastic surface may result.

What if my permit gets dirty?

First, hold the decal under warm running water, and rub debris off. If that does not work, use masking tape or transparent household tape to remove stubborn debris. Finally, spray a small amount of Windex onto the adhesive, then use the edge of a credit card to scrape away dirt.

What if this does not work?

Please bring your damaged parking permit to us in UH-039 and we will issue a replacement.

Where do I place my permit?

Be sure to place your permit face-up on the driver's left-hand side of the windshield.