NEW! SRJC employees can request guest and event Courtesy Parking permits Here
All parking permits must be purchased at the Accounting office in Bailey Hall. District Police will continue to sell STUDENT permits after hours.
Parking permit refunds must be handled throught the Accounting Office in Bailey Hall
Fees are required seven days a week 24 hours a
day. Under 72247 of the California Education Code, all parking
on a community college campus is subject to payment of a specified
fee. All faculty, staff, and students who park vehicles on
college property shall pay parking fees. This applies to all
instructional classes, activities, business callers, or visitors
unless furnished with a courtesy parking permit or a CURRENT
daily permit purchased from one of the permit machines. This
requirement includes students, staff, and faculty with a disabled person placard or plates.
District students who intend to park a
vehicle on District properties must obtain a valid SRJC parking
permit. Student parking permits are available during registration at Plover Hall on the Santa Rosa Campus, at the Accounting Office
in Bailey Hall or the Police Department (after hours only, as long as the permit was not ordered online). Permits are available for purchase at the Business Services Office at the Petaluma Campus, and the
administration office at the Public Safety Training Center.
If you pay for parking through mail, online, or telephone registration,
save your receipt; your permit will be mailed after all fees
have been paid. Note: ALL fees MUST be paid in full before the permit is mailed. The permit will not be mailed just because it's been ordered. ALL fees must be paid in full! If you would like to purchase the permit in person, separate from your registration fees, please purchase your permit at the Accounting office in Bailey Hall or at Admissions and Records in Plover Hall.
are designed to be hung from the rear-view mirror and must
be displayed in vehicles by the first day of each semester.
Motorcycle permits are to be affixed to the right front fork.
There is no grace period.
Permits that are lost, stolen or
damaged can be replaced at full price.
Short Term/Visitor Parking
Daily permits, valid for the calendar
day they were purchased, may be obtained for $4.00 from permit
machines located in all lots. Metered spaces are valid only
when time is showing. The
fee for parking in a metered space is $1 per hour with a 1-hour
maximum. Parking permits are not valid in metered spaces. If
permit machines or parking meters are not working, report machine
number and location to District Police at 527-1000.
- $60.00 Semester Permit
- $55.00 with current ASB membership
- $30.00 BOG Fee Waiver (more information is available at the BOG web page santarosa.edu/BOG)
- $25.00 Carpool (2 people) / $15.00 (3 people) price per
- $10.00 Motorcycle Semester Permit
- $4.00 Daily Permit
- FACULTY FULL TIME (greater than 60%)
= $120.00 a year
- ADJUNCT FACULTY (60% or less) = $60.00 a year
- CLASSIFIED STAFF / 20 hours or more a week =$120.00
- PART-TIME CLASSIFIED STAFF ( less than 20 hours a week )
= $60.00 a year
- ALL STNC EMPLOYEES MUST PURCHASE A MONTHLY PERMIT AT $10.00 PER MONTH
Staff Lot Control Gates
Some staff reserved parking lots are controlled by access control
gates. These gates are installed in order to control access
by unauthorized persons. If you are a staff member assigned
to one of these lots with a control gate, you will be issued
a gate access card. This will control the gate to the lot
that you are assigned to. There is a service fee (non-refundable)
for gate cards which are lost or stolen. Staff may park in
an alternate staff lot after 3 PM.
Daily permits from the parking machines are
available to anyone to park in student parking and are valid
for the calendar day they were purchased.
No permit required. Bicycles must be parked
in bicycle racks located in various locations on campus. Any
bicycle parked in a hazardous manner or chained to a ramp,
pole, tree, etc., may be impounded by the District Police.
Bicycles are NOT allowed anywhere inside buildings by order
of the Fire Department.
Bicycles must be WALKED on pedestrian
pathways for the safety of rider and pedestrians. Bicycle
riding is allowed only on roadways and parking lots.
It is your responsibility to know and
obey SRJC parking and traffic regulations. Parking regulations
are strictly enforced 24 hours a day, 7 days a week! Permits
are required at all times. This includes handicapped areas.
shall park their vehicles only in a parking space designated
by two WHITE LINES. Possession of disabled person plates or
a disabled person placard does not allow students, staff or faculty exemption
from the payment of fees in a fee paid parking lot.
SANTA ROSA: After 3 PM, students with current permits on
their vehicles may park between two YELLOW lines, with the
EXCEPTION of the reserved area surrounding Bailey Hall and
Parking meter spaces are available on campus for visitors.
Student parking permits and/or the courtesy parking permit
are not valid in metered spaces.
WHITE LINES = Student Parking
YELLOW LINES = Reserved for Staff or loading zones when marked
BLUE LINES = Handicapped only
RED LINES = No Parking Area / Tow-Away Zone
PARKING METERS = Visitor Parking
AREAS WITH NO MARKINGS = No Parking at Any Time
PETALUMA AND WINDSOR CAMPUSES: At no time shall students
park in staff spaces. Staff spaces are designated by two YELLOW
lines. Any vehicle not properly parked is subject to a citation
and possible tow-away.
Citations will be issued for all vehicles
parked in violation of Santa Rosa Junior College's Traffic
and Parking Code Rules and Regulations. Citations are processed
by contract with a private processing company. Persons wishing
to contest a citation must do so on-line by going to www.santarosa.edu/srjc. FAILURE TO PAY PENALTIES WILL RESULT
IN INCREASED FINES AND / OR DEPARTMENT OF MOTOR VEHICLES HOLD
PLACED ON YOUR VEHICLE REGISTRATION.
Note: By state of California law, the registered owner of a
vehicle is liable for all citations issued to that vehicle.
Abandoned Vehicles or Overnight Parking
Disabled and/or abandoned
vehicles will be towed away at the owner's expense after 72
hours unless prior arrangements have been made with the District
Police. The College is closed to vehicle parking from 11 PM
until 5 AM without prior permission from District Police. Recreational
vehicles are not allowed to park overnight, nor are persons
allowed to sleep in their vehicles overnight on college sites.
Vehicles with five or more unpaid citations may be
immobilized or towed away at the owner's expense. Vehicles
may also be towed away if they are illegally parked in a "reserved" or
access parking space or in a loading zone for more than 30
minutes; if they are a hazard to the flow of traffic on paths,
walkways, parking lots or driveways, or if they impede the
work of any maintenance vehicle; or otherwise out of zone.
All vehicles parked on college campuses must have
a valid permit, including motorcycles and mopeds. Motorcycles
and mopeds may park in designated areas only. Neither are allowed
to be parked in a regular vehicle space. There are designated
areas for moped or motorcycle parking on all sites. No motor-driven
cycle or moped may be parked on pathways or in buildings.