Spring 2020 Parking Information
You may now purchase your Spring, 2020 parking permit in the Business Office for a fee of $20. Avoid parking citations by purchasing your permit BEFORE February 25, 2020.
The parking permit grace period will start February 10, 2020 until February 24, 2020. The parking permit is valid for the Student Parking levels 2, 3 & 4 on the Main Campus AND in the Student Parking Area at the East Campus Complex ONLY.
Parking permits are valid on all 9 LACCD campuses.
Student parking in any Staff Areas will be cited and Parking Regulations will be strictly enforced effective February 25, 2020. To contact the Business Office regarding parking permits, please call: (818) 364-7600 Ext. 7110. To contact the Sheriff's Office regarding parking regulations, please call: (818) 364-7843.
ONE-DAY Parking Permits are available at the Sheriff's Office for $2.00
The Board of Trustees of the Los Angeles Community College District has authorized parking fees for Los Angeles Mission College. Los Angeles Community College District (LACCD) and the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department assume no responsibility for damage to any motor vehicle, on or off the campus, unless liable under Government Codes including, but not limited to, 810 to 966.6 inclusive..
In accordance with California Vehicle Code Section 21113a and California Education Code Section 72247, the following regulations will be enforced. Violators will be cited by the College Sheriff's Office. No person is authorized to grant any privileges deviating from these rules.
Parking for Visitors
Main Campus: Visitors to the College can park in the metered parking spaces on the first level of the parking structure.
East Campus: Visitors to East Campus Complex can park in the "marked" visitor spaces located in the Student Parking Area (time restrictions apply).
Parking for Students Without Permits
Students without a permit may park in the metered parking areas on the first level of the Main Campus Parking Structure or the "marked" visitor spaces at the East Campus Complex and obtain a student parking permit from the Business Office for a fee of: $20 (Spring 18)
The Business Office is located on the East Walkway of the campus. (see map below)
Permits are available on a semester basis and are valid in all 9 LACCD campuses (Restrictions may apply, please check with the Sheriff's Office for each college). Citations may be issued to vehicles displaying an expired permit. For the first two weeks of the Fall & Spring semesters, a parking permit grace period is allowed on levels 2, 3 and 4 of the Main Campus Parking Structure and in the Student Parking Area at the East Campus Complex. During the parking permit grace period, no parking citations will be issued for no permit displayed. Contact the campus Sheriff's Office for more information on when enforcement begins after the two week grace period has expired for the effective semester. (818) 364-7843 & (818) 364-7701.
Entrance to the Parking Structures
- The entrance to the Main Campus Parking Structure is on Eldridge, before the golf course entrance, and student parking is available on levels 2, 3 and 4.
- The entrance to the East Campus Complex is on Eldridge & Harding Street and student parking is available at the rear of the building.
- A valid parking permit must be properly displayed on any vehicle parked on campus property.
- All vehicles shall be parked only within marked stalls.
- Any vehicle parked in spaces designated for meter parking that fails to pay the meter and displays a parking permit will be cited.
- Any vehicle parked in a space designated for disabled persons must display a valid California Disabled Parking Placard.
- All traffic and special road signs must be obeyed.
- No overnight parking allowed.
Main Campus (Eldridge Avenue)
- We will all just see each other during holidays or events.
- Parking shall be by permit only on the Main Campus.
- Do not park in the designated Staff Parking Areas or in any area marked No Parking.
- Parking permit regulations will be enforced in the parking structure from 6:30 a.m. to 10:30 p.m. Monday through Saturday except holidays.
- All other rules and regulations will be enforced 24 hours per day, 7 days per week.
- The maximum speed limit on campus is 10 miles per hour unless otherwise posted.
- HELP MISSION COLLEGE BE A GOOD NEIGHBOR. DO NOT PARK ON THE RESIDENTIAL STREETS ADJACENT THE COLLEGE OR IN THE GOLF COURSE OR EL CARISO PARK PARKING LOTS.
East Campus (Harding Street)
- Parking shall be by permit only on the East Campus Complex.
- Student parking is located at the rear of the building.
- Do not park in the designated Staff Parking Areas or in any area marked No Parking.
Health & Fitness Athletic Center (Harding Street)
- Student parking is located at the rear of the adjacent East Campus Complex building.
- Do not park in the adjacent designated Staff Parking Area.
- Street parking on Eldridge Avenue is available (L.A. City parking rules apply)
Parking Permits & Fees
- A valid parking permit may be obtained from the College Business Office. Sales begin at the time of registration for the effective semester on a first-come, first-serve basis.
- Fees for student parking permits are set by the LACCD Board of Trustees.
- Refund of student parking permit fees is allowed only during the first two weeks of the semester.
- The parking permit is a license to park one vehicle. Purchase of a student parking permit does not guarantee a parking space.
Display of Permit
Student parking permits MUST BE hung from or affixed to the vehicle rear view mirror and displayed in a manner which the permit can be easily read. It is the student's responsibility to place the permit hanger on the rear view mirror when parking and to remove the permit hanger when operating the vehicle. Failure to display the parking permit as indicated will result in issuance of a citation.
Students who do not have their permit with them may obtain a one-day permit by presenting their current registration fee receipt at the College Sheriff's Office. If you do not have your fee receipt, metered parking is available.
A permit is invalid when:
- The authorized period has expired.
- It is not clearly and completely visible.
- It has been illegally altered.
- It has been cancelled or reported lost or stolen.
A citation will be issued to vehicles displaying invalid permits.
Anyone using or obtaining a permit illegally will be subject to disciplinary action by the V.P. of Student Services.
For your protection, write you parking permit number on your registration fee receipt.
Replacement of Permits
THERE IS NO REPLACEMENT FOR LOST OR STOLEN PERMITS. Students may purchase another parking permit should supply be available.
Official guests of the campus must obtain a special permit from the College Sheriff's Office. Guests will be directed to a suitable parking location.
Enforcement of Traffic & Parking Regulations
All persons driving a vehicle on the campus are required to comply with the traffic laws of the State of California and the rules and regulations pursuant to Section 21113a of the California Vehicle Code. Violations of any of the regulations set forth above will result in a citation being issued.
The College reserves the right to remove vehicles from the campus for any of the following reasons:
- Abandoned vehicles.
- Vehicles without current registration.
- Vehicles parked in such a manner as to constitute a serious hazard.
- Vehicles that impede the operation of emergency equipment.
- Vehicles that park illegally on a recurring basis.
The registered owner will be responsible for all costs.
Citations and Bail
The College has no control over fine amounts. Fees are set by the court and are subject to change at any time.
Citations will be issued to all vehicles on College Property in violation of parking or traffic regulations.
Fees in the amount indicated must be mailed. Return payment in the form of check or money order in the furnished envelope to the address indicated on the Citation. DO NOT SEND CASH IN THE MAIL.
You may also pay your citation online: www.paymycite.com (A service charge will apply.)
Failure to pay fees by the date indicated on the citation will result in the following actions:
- The indicated fee will be increased
- DMV refusal to renew vehicle registration until a special fee is paid and all outstanding parking citations are satisfied
If you feel that a citation is incorrect, you may request an Administrative Appeal Form within 21 days (excluding weekends & holidays) from the date on the citation at the College Sheriff's Office. Your appeal will be reviewed and a response letter may be picked up at the College Sheriff's Office within 12 business days. If you prefer to have the response letter mailed, please be advised that it may take up to 15 business days.
For LA Mission College parking availability please contact:
(818) 364-7843 and/or (818) 364-7701
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