Campus Police will dismiss one citation per semester for “No Permit” a permit as long as you had a valid permit at the time of the citation and were parked in the correct parking lot with the correct permit. You must come to the Campus Police office by the date at the bottom of the citation with your California driver’s license and your citation. You may park in the designated 20-minute parking space by the Campus Police office. You are required to fill out a Dismissal form.
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Parking Permit refunds can be requested through Phoenix Group by email at email@example.com. For questions regarding Parking Permit refunds, please contact the Police Department at 760-744-1150 x 3499.
- One vehicle is permitted per parking space in lots that are surfaced and striped for parking purposes-All vehicles are required to park in marked parking spaces only.
- The speed limit on campus is 15 mph.
- A Palomar College parking permit shall accompany a disabled placard; however, the vehicle can park in any legal parking space (student, faculty, or staff lot).
- Parking in areas marked in green shall be limited to 20 minutes.
- Yellow loading zones are limited to the loading and off-loading of passengers and equipment only.
- Visitor spaces require payment through the ParkMobile app. Staff, faculty members and vendors are NOT allowed to park in visitor spaces.
- Registration/transcript, DMV registration, and license renewal holds will be placed for delinquent unpaid parking citations.
- All California Vehicle Code violations are applicable and enforced on campus.
- No guarantee is made or implied as to parking availability.
- The college assumes no responsibility for fire, theft or damage to any vehicle or contents. Abandoned cars left on campus over 72 hours will be subject to towing at the registered owner’s expense.
- The college is closed from 11:00pm to 06:00am. Overnight parking is prohibited after 11:00pm unless previously arranged by the Palomar College Police Department.
- For further information regarding citations and the regulations, contact the Palomar College Police Department, at 760-744-1150, ext. 3499.