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Vehicle Use and Parking Regulations 2015-2016

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Campus Security is responsible for administering and enforcing vehicle parking regulations at Elizabethtown College. Motor Vehicle regulations are in effect at all times throughout the year.

The College reserves the right to initiate and change parking violation fees, fines and regulations at any time following proper notification to the College Community.

The College reserves the right to assign parking areas to College employees and students on campus as needed. Vehicles parked in violation of these Parking Regulations will be ticketed.

All vehicles must be REGISTERED. Failure to register may result in immobilization.

Registered vehicles must park only in designated areas on campus. Vehicles parked in unlined paved areas or on the grass, NO PARKING zones, FIRE LANES, RESERVED/SERVICE VEHICLE spaces will be ticketed.

Vehicle Registration

  • All motor vehicles used by students, faculty, staff and overnight visitors on College property must be registered with Campus  Security upon arrival on campus.
  • Vehicles need only be registered once. Decals remain valid as long as the registrant remains a registered student or employee of Elizabethtown College. Any change in status (i.e., resident to commuter), must be reported to Campus Security.
  • Campus Security must be notified of any registered vehicle no longer in possession of the registrant. Any person exchanging vehicles must register the new vehicle immediately upon bringing it on campus.
  • Failure to register a vehicle will result in an UNREGISTERED VEHICLE violation. Three Unregistered Vehicle Violations will   result in immobilization of the vehicle.

Registration Procedures

  • Students must pre-register vehicles in JayWeb, using the Student Vehicle Registration form.
  • A valid state registration (owner’s) card, proof of current insurance and driver’s license must be presented at the time of registration.

Driving Regulations

  • All motorized vehicles and bicycles operated on any property of Elizabethtown College are subject to all provisions, rules and laws set forth in the Pennsylvania Motor Vehicles Code, which is enforced by Campus Security.
  • Violations include, but are not limited to, speeding, failure to stop at posted stop signs and driving on unauthorized roadways, pathways or on the grass.
  • Violations of this code will subject the operator to fines and/or other disciplinary actions by the Office of Student Rights & Responsibilities.
  • Individuals driving on campus are required to stop when signaled to do so by a Campus Security Officer.
  • Speed limit on all Elizabethtown College roadways is 15 miles per hour and 5 miles per hour in parking areas.

CROSSWALKS—ALL VEHICLES MUST YIELD TO PEDESTRIANS IN A CROSSWALK!

Parking Enforcement

  • Elizabethtown Borough Police enforce state and local parking regulations on all streets that surround the College 24 hours per day, 7 days per week.
  • Vehicles parked along borough streets must be moved every 72 hours.
  • Northwest Regional Police enforces the “No Parking” regulations on College Avenue from north of Esbenshade Hall past Lake Placida.
  • Campus Security enforces Zone 2 parking regulations on Cedar Street, Mount Joy Street and College Avenue. Information and  permits for Zone 2 are available at Campus Security.
  • The vehicle’s registrant and/or owner is responsible for proper use of the vehicle while it is on campus. Any violation charged, regardless of who is driving the vehicle, will be the responsibility of the registrant and/or owner.
  • ¨ Driving and/or parking on grass or walkways will subject the violator to a ticket, or more severe penalties if the incident is determined to be more serious. The question of intent is not a  consideration for improper parking, and will not be accepted as a basis for appeal.

Parking Violation

Fines are levied automatically for violations by students and employees and are billed directly to student/employee accounts with the Business Office.

UNAUTHORIZED AREA               $20.00
RESERVED                                  $20.00
NO PARKING ZONE                     $20.00
TIME DESIGNATED SPACES       $50.00
UNREGISTERED VEHICLE          $50.00
HANDICAPPED ONLY                $100.00
PARKING ON GRASS                  $20.00
FIRE LANE                                 $100.00
WHEEL LOCK/BOOT FEE           $25.00

 

Parking Violation Appeals

  • Individuals wishing to appeal a College issued parking ticket may complete a Parking Appeal in JayWeb within 5 business days of the date the ticket was issued.
  • The Vehicle and Parking Appeals Board, which is composed of    student, faculty and staff representatives, will review appeals on a monthly basis. Appellant will be notified either by correspondence or email within 3 days of hearing.

It is the responsibility of all persons operating a vehicle on Campus to be familiar with the College's Parking Regulations. Failure to be aware of all regulations (such as vehicle registration and displaying of decals), or ignorance of parking assignments will not be accepted as a valid basis for appeal.

Lot Assignments (Campus Map)

Employees

* STAFF ONLY (weekend rules allow student parking)
** STAFF ONLY-24/7 (NEVER PERMITS STUDENT PARKING)
# 2—Hoover *
# 3—Esbenshade *                                 
# 4—Chapel West         
# 5—Chapel East
# 6—Young Center
# 7—Brown
# 8, 9, 10—Alpha *
# 13—Church of Brethren
# 14—Brinser **
# 15, 16—Hackman Apts

 

Students / Seniors & Juniors

# 6—Young Center

# 7—Brown

# 12—Myer West

# 13—Church of Brethren

# 15, 16—Hackman Apts

Myer Loop

Schlosser Loop

All Quad Lots

 

Students / Sophomores

# 7—Brown

# 12—Myer West

#16—Hackman SOUTH Apts

 

Students / Freshmen

# 7—Brown

 

Students / Commuters

# 5—Chapel East

# 6—Young Center

#7—Brown

# 13-Church of Brethren

 

Weekend Parking Rules

Students are permitted to park in (STAFF) spaces between 4pm Friday and 2am Monday ONLY.


Students are NEVER permitted to park in:
# 1—Admissions
# 11—Campus Security   
# 14—Brinser

 

Church of the Brethren—Staff, Seniors, Juniors & Commuters are permitted to park in Lot # 13 from 6pm Sunday until 6pm Friday. All College vehicles must be removed from Lot # 13 by 6pm Friday.

 

Parking Regulations


Guest/Visiting Parking —Visitors and registered guests may park in any space on Campus other than those designated RESERVED, SERVICE VEHICLE or HANDICAP.

Loading/Unloading —Permitted in “No Parking” areas for the purpose of loading or unloading vehicles. May not exceed 15 minutes. Four-way flashers must be on. Vehicle may not block any roadway, pathway, exit and never park on grass. Exceptions: Rear of Musser (tow zone) & rear of Myer (Lot #12-Loading Zone).

Use of Four-Way Flashers —There is no provision for the use of four-way flashers other than loading/unloading. Activating        four-way flashers in any other circumstance is not an excuse for parking violation.

Church of the Brethren Lot #13 —Parking is permitted in Lot #13 from 6pm Sunday until 6pm Friday only for Employees,    Junior/Senior resident students & commuters. Drivers must park in spaces furthest from the church building and may not park in any Reserved spaces. Unauthorized vehicles left in the lot between 6pm Friday and 6pm Sunday are subject to towing at owner’s   expense.

Handicap Parking —Handicap parking spaces are restricted 24/7 to drivers with a state-issued handicap license plate or placard. A ‘temporary disability’ permit may be obtained through Learning/Disability Services.

Disabled Vehicles —Drivers of vehicles that become inoperable on College property must immediately notify Campus Security.

Abandoned Vehicles —A vehicle may be termed ‘abandoned’ by the Director of Campus Security if it is not removed from College premises within 48 hours of a request to do so, and is subject to towing at owner’s expense. The owner of the towed vehicle will be fined $100 by the College. Additional penalties may be assessed in accordance with state laws.

 




                                     Rev. Aug 2015

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