Parking PermitsParking Policy

 

Visitors are welcome to park in any location. In advance or when you arrive, request a temporary parking permit from a college representative. Temporary permits will only be valid for the date and vehicle for which it is originally issued.

 

Designated parking applies to weekdays during the academic calendar from 7:30am - 4:00pm. For students and employees, parking is permitted only in areas marked or signed as parking spaces and zoned appropriately for the permit being displayed. Vehicles parked on campus without a permit, or parked in an area where the permit is not valid will be ticketed. A campus map outlining parking is distributed when parking permits are issued. Maps are also posted around campus. Please note designated parking.

 

Parking permits are required and must be displayed on all student and employee vehicles including motorcycles. Students and employees may register up to three vehicles. Click on the the Vehicle Registration Form or pick up a hard copy from the Office of Campus and Student Life.  Complete the form and return it to your Office of Campus in Student Life. 

 

For information on how to post your parking tag, click here: Parking Permit Location Guide 

Residential students are required to park thier vehicles at the Residence Halls or in designated "Open Parking" on weekdays between the hours of 7:30am and 4:00pm. Violators will be ticketed.

 

Handicapped Parking Students, staff and visitors accessing handicapped parking must have the required disabled placard or license plate. For additional information contact the Office of the ADA 504 Coordinator at the Saranac Lake campus. Branch campus personnel and students should contact the Office of Campus & Student Life. Necessary vehicle information will be recorded and a special parking permit may be issued for a specified period of time. A physician's certification is necessary to verify eligibility for handicapped parking. The physician's certification should clearly state the nature of the disability and specify the anticipated length of disability.

 

Parking Ticket Appeal Process / Form

 

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