Umpqua Community College provides more than 1,435 parking spaces conveniently located near all the campus buildings.
Students DO NOT need an annual parking permit.
About 171 spaces are assigned to college faculty and staff. All employees are given a yearly parking permit. Designated parking spots for employees are marked by green lines, curbs and employee only signage.
All part-time and full-time students also receive a yearly parking permit. Designated parking spots for students are marked by yellow lines, curbs and student only signage.
All white marked lines and curbs are regarded as open parking. These spots are available to everyone.
Specially designated parking areas are provided for motorcycles on campus.
Bicycle racks are provided in numerous locations around campus. Individuals shall not chain bikes to posts, pipes, trees, etc. Bicycles must be walked, not ridden, through the interior areas of the Umpqua Community College campus.
Foot traffic is the primary means of transportation within the internal passageways of the campus. For safety purposes, individuals should not use wheeled conveyances (other than disabled conveyances) such as skateboards, bikes, roller skates, roller blades, scooters, etc., at any time.
Disabled Person Parking
Special stickers are required for parking in clearly marked Disabled Parking spaces. These stickers are issued at the Oregon Division of Motor Vehicles.
Traffic citations will be issued for improperly parked vehicles. The general parking fines range from $25.00 to $100.00. Penalties/fines may be paid through the cashier located in the Administration building.
Any vehicle left unattended on UCC property for more than 72 consecutive hours will be deemed abandoned and towed at owner’s expense.
All traffic and parking issues should be addressed through the Director of Safety and Security located in the Security office. Any citation issued by the Security Department may be appealed to the Director of Security for review. An appointment for appeal must be submitted to the Security Department within seven (7) working days of the issuance of the citation. Citations not appealed with this seven (7) working day period will not be open to review.
Umpqua Community College reserves the right to change any of these regulations without prior notice as needed for the safety and security of the campus. Such changes will be posted prominently throughout the campus community and through all available forms of campus communication lines.