Parking and Traffic Regulations
(All regulations apply to Crafton Hills College and San Bernardino Valley College.)
The Board of Trustees of San Bernardino Community College District, in accordance with the laws of the State of California, has established the following regulations regarding traffic and parking controls for the San Bernardino Community College District Campuses.
A. College motor vehicle regulations apply to all faculty, staff, students, and visitors operating or parking a vehicle on either campus.
B. Persons violating these regulations or the California Vehicle Code may receive a San Bernardino Community College District citation and/or be subject to college district disciplinary action.
C. Parking of motor vehicles and bicycles on Crafton Hills College or San Bernardino Valley College property is done at the owner’s risk. The San Bernardino Community College District assumes no liability for damage or theft of a vehicle or its contents.
D. Crafton Hills College is situated on a hillside. Please take appropriate precautions when parking your vehicle on an incline. When headed downhill, turn your front wheels into the curb. When headed uphill turn your front wheels away from the curb. Always set your parking brake.
A. Persons operating vehicles and parking on San Bernardino Community College District property are required to comply with these regulations and the California Vehicle Code.
B. The speed limit on all campus roads is 15 miles per hour at San Bernardino Valley College and 25 miles per hour at Crafton Hills College or less when road or safety conditions require lower speeds.
C. The speed limit on all campus parking lots is 5 miles per hour.
D. No vehicles are permitted on inner campus walks except for vehicles delivering supplies and vehicles belonging the college while in performance of maintenance, deliveries, etc.
E. Roadblocks, barriers, or stanchions may be placed at any point deemed necessary for safety or convenience. Removal of these roadblocks, barriers, or stanchions is prohibited.
F. Pedestrians have the right of way at all times.
G. The use of skateboards or roller skates is prohibited on the campus.
H. Mopeds, when on campus walkways, shall be pedaled only. Use of power is strictly forbidden beyond parking lots and campus roadways.
A. Staff and faculty lots are reserved for the sole use of personnel employed by the San Bernardino Community College District. DEPENDENTS OF EMPLOYEES ARE PROHIBITED from using staff and faculty parking lots.
B. Parking stalls marked “VISITORS” ARE SOLELY FOR VISITORS. Students, staff, and faculty are prohibited from parking in these areas.
C. Parking is prohibited in loading zones, posted areas along curbing, and/or red lined areas.
D. Vehicles are to be parked in properly marked stalls only. Backing into or taking up more than one parking stall is prohibited.
E. Motorbikes, motorcycles, and other two-wheeled motorized vehicles must be parked in areas designated for this type of vehicle.
F. Vehicles parking in prohibited areas that block the flow of traffic, fire-fighting/emergency equipment, driveways, roadways or in posted “No Parking” zones will be towed away at the owner’s expense and at no responsibility to the college district. (CVC 22702)
G. Vehicles abandoned on college property for over 72 hours without prior college authorization may be removed at owner’s expense. (CVC 22702)
Faculty and staff are required to have a current permanent parking permit (decal) or current parking ticket to park in staff lots. All persons using non-staff parking lots are required to have a current permit or a current parking ticket. Permits must be properly displayed while on campus.
The following charges will be made for all permits:
Staff Annual N/A
Student Semester $35.00
with BOG $20.00
Student Summer $20.00
Daily parking $2.00
Daily parking will be verified by a current San Bernardino Community College District parking ticket placed on the dashboard of the car. Additional non-staff and non-faculty permits will be charged at the same rate as the first permit. Permits for faculty, staff and students can only be purchased online.
To purchase a parking permit online, you will need the following:
- The ability to use a computer off or on campus
- The ability to log into WebAdvisor
- A valid credit or debit card (cash can be used on campus at the campus Bookstore , (BK)
- Make, Model, Year, Color, License Plate Number and State of Issue
- Valid mailing and email addresses
Student and staff parking permits can only be purchased online at www.craftonhills.edu/parking.
When purchasing a permit with a valid debit or credit card, you must:
- Go online to www.craftonhills.edu/parking
- Pay for your permit using a valid debit or credit card
- The parking permit will be mailed to the address you provide
When purchasing a permit and you want to pay by cash or a check, you must:
- Go online to www.craftonhills.edu/parking using a campus computer (Library, Computer Lab, your office computer, etc.)
- Click the “pay-in-person” option when purchasing
- Bring your cash or check to the Bookstore (BK), for payment
- The parking permit will be mailed to the address you provide; permits are not available over-the counter
- Print out Temporary Permit
Please visit www.craftonhills.edu/parking for other important parking information.
If a vehicle to which a current permit is affixed is sold or disposed of, the permit number must be reported to the College Police Office and the permit removed from the vehicle. Refunds will be made only to students and only when the following conditions are met:
- That all classes in which the student is enrolled are cancelled by the college and the student is thus dis-enrolled from the college.
- That a portion of the decal bearing the number is returned to the College Business Office and
- That the refund is requested within two calendar weeks from the date of the cancellation of the class (es).