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Parking Citation Administrative Review (Appeal) (PDF)
The College Sheriff controls all parking lot security and parking citation issuance. Parking permits are always required to park in any campus parking lot. Parking violations are enforced under 21113 (a) C.V.C. Please refer to the LAVC Comprehensive Parking and Traffic Regulations Policy for detailed regulations regarding parking and traffic on campus.
A parking permit is required to park in any campus parking lot. There are four types of parking permits on campus: Student (Semester) Parking Permit, Daily Parking Permit, Faculty/Staff Parking Permit, and Guest Parking Permit. Vehicles without a valid parking permit may be issued a parking citation by the College Sheriff.
A semester/session student parking permit can be purchased anytime during the semester from the Business Office, or online through the Student Information System. Please view more detailed information regarding the student parking permit fee and purchasing procedure. Purchase of a parking permit does not guarantee a parking space, only the opportunity to park in an appropriate lot if spaces are available. Please read the Student Parking information for student parking areas and other parking-related information.
Students who do not wish to purchase a semester/session parking permit have the option to purchase a daily parking permit at the parking pay stations in Parking Lots A and D and the Parking Structure. Please read the Daily Parking Permit information for how to purchase a daily permit.
Daily Parking permits can be purchased by visitors and students for $2 (cash only, exact change required) from the parking pay stations located in the following parking lots on campus:
The daily parking permit is valid for any student lot (A, B, C, D, L, M and the Parking Structure), and is good only on the date of purchase. (View Campus Map). Purchase of a parking permit does not guarantee a parking space, only the opportunity to park in an appropriate lot if spaces are available.
PROTECT YOURSELF—You can take the following actions to protect yourself and your property :