Since parking on campus is a privilege, the following rules need to be followed.
Where to Park
A legal space to park is defined as an area marked with two white lines, two yellow lines, or yellow and white lines spaced far enough apart to allow a vehicle to park safely between. Areas that have a line on one side and a curb on the other are considered to be a legal parking space. Motorcycles may be parked in the yellow hash marked lines of any parking lot.
- Students - White Lined Areas Only (Do Not Park In Visitor Spaces)
- Staff/Faculty - Yellow Lined Areas
- Visitors - Yellow Lined Areas Marked as Visitor Spaces or White Student Spaces
All Persons May Park in Parking Lot #5, the Unpaved Area. (Permit Required) Oversized Vehicles or vehicles with trailers must use this lot.
Illegal Parking Areas Are:
- Students parked in Visitors spaces.
- Students parked in Staff/Faculty spaces.
- Anyone parked in handicapped spaces without permit.
- Anyone parked on grass.
- Anyone parked on sidewalks.
- Anyone parked in fire lanes.
- Anyone parked within 15 feet of a fire hydrant.
- Anyone parked in traffic lanes impeding the flow of traffic.
- Anyone blocking dumpsters.
- Anyone parked in tow-away zones.
- Anyone parked across the yellow or white lines (diagonal lines).
- Anyone parked in more than one parking space.
- Anyone parked in areas not marked for parking.
- Anyone parked in a “No Parking” area.
- Anyone parked against the normal flow of traffic creating a safety hazard, i.e., backed into or pulled through an angled space where there is only one-way traffic.
- Anyone parking a motorcycle in a vehicle space. (Spaces for motorcycles are indicated in red on the map in this booklet).
- Anyone parking a bicycle in areas other than bicycle racks (i.e., chained to light poles, fences, handrails, buildings inside or outside).
- Anyone parking buses or vehicles with trailers in regular parking lots (Parking lot #5 will be used).
- Anyone parking a four-wheeled vehicle in a motorcycle parking area.
A citation will be issued when a violation of one of the following occurs:
- No FTCC parking permit displayed.
- Expired FTCC parking permit displayed.
- Mutilated or defaced FTCC parking permit displayed.
- Placing FTCC parking permit where it is not readable to the Security Officer.
- Displaying a parking permit that cannot be read.