PARKING AND DRIVING REGULATIONS
All students and employees operating vehicles are responsible for reading and adhering to the current Marymount College Parking and Driving Regulations.
REGISTRATION OF VEHICLES
- All motor vehicles (automobiles, motorcycles and motorized scooters) must be registered online immediately following registration or employment.
- There is a registration fee of $15 for students and $0 for employees.
- Each vehicle registered must have its own, separate permit.
- Students may not transfer parking permits to other vehicles or to other students.
- Lost permits will be replaced at a cost of $5 at the Campus Safety & Security Office. This includes if the wrong type of permit is ordered or if your residential status changes.
- Permanent parking permits (decals) on automobiles must be fully affixed in the lower right (passenger side) corner with their own adhesive backing. Students must acquire the appropriate permit corresponding to their commuter status or their residence on campus. Mirror tags must be placed on the rearview mirror while parked on campus with the permit number facing outside. (This applies to employees only)
- Temporary Parking Permits must be acquired for any vehicle that is being used on campus on a temporary basis. The temporary permit is free and can be obtained at from Campus Safety & Security in OS104 or from the reception desk. You may also email Park@marymountpv.edu from your school email to request a PDF version to be sent to you. Campus Safety may limit the number of temporary permits issued to a person or vehicle.
- Persons who knowingly acquire, use, or display a parking permit not consistent with their current status will be considered to be engaging in fraudulent behavior, will be referred to the campus discipline process and charged $50 for an additional permit.
NO PARKING AREAS
- In posted short term parking for longer than the posted maximum time limit. (Bookstore)
- In areas posted for Faculty/Staff, unless you are a faculty/staff member. (Located in Cecelia lot and the employee lot behind the Auditorium)
- In any area posted for Visitor Parking. These spots are for the sole use of members of the community visiting Marymount.
- In any area posted or reserved for a parking for a special purpose for which you do not qualify. This includes but is not limited to permanent signs, temporary spot holders and painted signs.
- In any space designated for the Handicapped, unless you or your passenger have a state-issued permit.
- On a roadways or Red Zones.
- In any area posted No Parking Anytime. Additionally, spots marked “parking by special permit only.”
- In driveways, beside landscaped islands, on lawns or walkways.
- In the neighborhood adjacent to campus, San Ramon Drive, a residential street bordering the northeastern side of the campus, allows parking only for residents of San Ramon Drive with permits. The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department strictly enforces the law. Violators may be heavily fined or towed.
It is your responsibility to inform Campus Safety and Security immediately. We do not provide “jumps” nor will we unlock your vehicle for you for liability reasons. We can direct you to local sources for Aid.
DRIVING ON CAMPUS
The driving regulations and requirements of the California Motor Vehicle Code shall apply to all driving on campus.
- The posted speed limit on Campus is 5 mph, unless otherwise posted.
- Drivers must STOP at stop signs and YIELD at yield signs.
- Pedestrians in designated crosswalks have the right of way at all times.
- If a driving infraction is observed by Campus Safety and attempting to make contact with the vehicle might jeopardize the safety of others, a Traffic Violation may be emailed directly to the registrant of the vehicle.
- Traffic accidents occurring on campus must be reported to Campus Safety. Traffic accidents involving personal injury will also be reported to the police and Student Development Office (SDS).
Pedestrians are urged to use designated walkways along roadways to ensure their safety.
The following fines will be levied for these offenses at the rate indicated:
|Parking in handicap space without a permit||$150.00|
|Parking in a reserved/faculty/visitor only||$55.00|
|Parking in a Red Zone or Emergency Access||$75.00|
|Parking in Bus Stop or Loading Zone||$75.00|
|Parked or Operating in off road area||$75.00|
|Dangerous or reckless operation||$200.00|
|Failure to obey traffic sign||$150.00|
|Failure to display parking permit||$50.00|
|Speeding or speed unsafe for conditions||$200.00|
|Community Courtesy Violation||$65.00|
|Failure to obey directions of Campus Official||$50.00|
The cost to the institution for determining the user of a vehicle with No Current Parking Permit may be assessed to the user as an additional charge.
PAYMENT OF FINES
Fines for violations are payable online via the Rydin Portal within 30 calendar days of the violation. https://www.permitsales.net/MCPV/violations
Fines for violations not paid within 30 calendar days will result in the doubling of the fine amount and the possible suspension of parking privileges.
Appeals of violations must be submitted within five business days of the violation. https://www.permitsales.net/MCPV/violations
The appeal must be submitted online via the Rydin Parking Portal found on the Campus Safety & Security Page. If the Appeals Board determines that a violation was written in error, the Parking Manager will revoke or reduce the violation. All appeals will be reviewed for merit. The appellant will be notified by email of the Board’s ruling, which is final. The Appeals Board is a confidential group made up of current students faculty and staff.
The fines for appeals which are denied or altered will be placed on the Student’s Account making them unable to request transcripts or graduation gowns.
Repeated citations for similar offenses will result in a percentage increase on all subsequent citations.
RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES
All violations issued to a vehicle shall be the responsibility of the person in whose name it is registered.
Marymount assess no responsibility for loss of or damage to vehicles or their contents, driven or parked on any Marymount property.
Marymount reserves the right to remove at the owner's expense unlawfully parked or inoperative vehicles left for extended periods of time. Vehicles without current license plates or without a current Marymount parking permit are subject to impoundment.
Marymount reserves the right to immobilize or impound a vehicle at the owner's expense when a vehicle has repeatedly been in violation of the parking regulations or whenever warranted by immediate circumstance.