2.15 Vehicle Registration/Parking

2.15 Vehicle Registration/Parking

All vehicles parking on campus must be registered with the
Office of Public Safety, Parking and Traffic Services office (PTS).
Staff and faculty must register their vehicles with PTS when first
hired and during January of each year thereafter. Parking
privileges are designated for specifically assigned areas by
color-coded permits as specified in the parking regulations found
at http://www.ithaca.edu/sacl/safety/parking/regulations/.
Vehicle registration cards are available at the Office of Public
Safety. There is no charge for vehicle registration for staff or
faculty and they receive a copy of Parking and Traffic Rules
and Regulations
with their parking permit.

There is a mandatory student registration fee for a parking
permit. Permits can be purchased at any time during the academic
year when the student brings a vehicle to campus. Those who try to
avoid paying the fee usually end up paying more in fines than the
actual cost of registration. Questions regarding parking can be
answered by Parking and Traffic Services at 274-3756. Vehicles
brought to campus for a short period of time are eligible for a
temporary permit, which is valid for up to two weeks. Check with
PTS for details. All students with registered vehicles are required
to park in assigned student parking lots.

Students, faculty or staff members with disabilities may park in
any handicapped-access space or any other non-restricted area in
any campus lot (with the exception of Lot P) so long as the
appropriate state-issued permit is displayed on their vehicles as
well as the appropriate permit from Parking and Traffic

Visitors must park in the Visitor Parking Lot, however visitors
to the Office of Admission may also park in Lot P. In addition,
visitors requiring handicapped-access parking spaces may use any
campus parking lot after acquiring a temporary visitor permit from
the Office of Public Safety. Areas designated for visitor parking
are restricted to visitors only. The Office of Public Safety is
open 24 hours a day and does not charge for visitor registration
and parking.

In the interest of safety, fire lane regulations are strictly
enforced. Fire lanes are clearly marked by signs. There is a $40
fine plus a towing charge for illegally parking in a fire lane. If
parking in a fire lane to load or unload a vehicle, call the Office
of Public Safety (274-3333) to obtain a 15-minute loading permit.
Do not park in handicapped-access parking spaces without the
appropriate permit from Parking and Traffic Services.

Last Updated: September 24, 2010