The Department of Police and Campus Safety
Citations will be issued for violation of provisions of the California Vehicle Code as well as the following special College regulations under CVC 21113.
- All vehicles parked on campus shall be registered in the parking management system with a valid parking permit. (Exceptions - vehicles parked at metered spaces and specified time areas)
- All persons must observe all signs or signals erected to carry out these regulations and any section of the California Vehicle Code.
- Vehicles are required to park only within clearly marked stalls.
- Vehicles parked within a stall shall not overlap the lines that designate that stall or extend into another stall.
- All vehicles must be parked heading into a parking stall, except for electric vehicles parked at a charging station.
- Painted curbs are an indication of restricted parking and the color denotes the type
of parking allowed as follows:
- Red Zone -indicates no parking or stopping anytime, regardless of the vehicle being occupied.
- Yellow Zone - identifies an area with a 15-minute time limit for loading and unloading of vehicles. Vehicles parked in these areas must leave flashers on.
- Green Zone - identifies an area with a restricted time limit parking. Also, 30-minute and 10-minute parking spaces are currently available.
- Blue Zone - identifies the disabled persons' parking area.
- No person shall abandon or leave standing, any vehicle or motorized cycle on the campus for 72 or more consecutive hours without permission of the Police and Campus Safety Department. Violations will result in vehicle removal and storage at the owner’s expense.
- No person shall drive any unlicensed vehicle, nor shall any person stop, park, or leave standing any vehicle, whether attended or unattended, upon driveways, paths, or the grounds of Mt. SAC without permission. Any unidentifiable vehicle on campus is subject to removal and storage at the owner's expense. Exceptions are made for district-owned vehicles.
Off-Campus Parking and Travel
The business areas surrounding the Mt. San Antonio College campus are on private property and do not allow parking for any campus business. Vehicles found in violation are subject to citation and/or tow by the property owner. The College assumes no responsibility for any fines or consequences associated with this action.
The College encourages everyone to obey all traffic laws as they travel to and from campus. Grand Avenue and Temple Avenue are highly traveled roadways and caution is encouraged when arriving and departing the campus, whether a pedestrian or operating a motor vehicle.
Citation Appeals Process
The Parking Services Department receives its authority to enforce the Traffic & parking Regulations from the California Penal Code, the California Vehicle Code, & provisions established by the California State Legislature. Ignoring a citation will result in immediate legal action in the form of substantial additional penalties and a hold being placed on the vehicle registration with the Department of Motor Vehicles.
To pay or inquire on your citation:
- By Internet: www.tocite.net/mtsac/portal
- By Telephone: (909) 274-4233
- By Email: email@example.com (inquiry only)
- In-Person: Cashier's Office, Bldg. 4, lower level
- Pursuant to California Vehicle Code Section 4021 S(a), you may contest a citation within 21 calendar days of issuance.
- Within 21 calendar days of mailing the appeal decision, post bail & request an Administrative Hearing at the Cashier's Office, Building 4. Proceed to Step 3 to contest further.
- Within 30 calendar days of the mailing of the Administrative Hearing decision, seek review with Stanley Mosk Courthouse, 111 N. Hill Street, Room 102, Los Angeles, CA 90012.
Parking citation fines are paid at the Cashier's Office (Bldg. 4). Monday through Thursday 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Friday 8:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
A citation may be dismissed to students who have purchased a parking permit and who have been issued a parking citation for "No Valid Permit” in a student parking lot if dismissal is requested within 35 calendar days of citation issuance and a $5.00 administrative fee has been paid to cover the cost of processing these dismissals. Only one parking citation will be dismissed for these reasons.
To disabled individuals who possess a State Disabled Persons Placard and receive a citation for failing to display their placard, who request a citation dismissal and submit their current Disabled Placard documentation as evidence that a placard had been issued to them, must pay a $25.00 administrative fee to process the cancellation of the citation as per California Vehicle Code Section 40226.
C.V.C. § 40226. An issuing agency may, in lieu of collecting a fine for a citation for failure to display a disabled placard, charge an administrative fee not to exceed twenty-five dollars ($25) to process cancellation of a citation in any case where the individual who received the citation can show proof that he or she had been issued a valid placard at the time the citation was received.
Added Sec. 5, Ch. 640, Stats. 2002. Effective January 1, 2003.
WARNING: Vehicles issued five (5) or more unpaid delinquent parking citations are subject to immobilization at owner expense as per C.V.C. § 22651.7.