Parking and Permit Information

Parking and Permit Information

Where Can I Get My Parking Permit?
All parking permits can be obtained at the Campus Safety Office free of charge. You must have a parking permit properly displayed in order to park on Baker College properties.

How do I Display My Parking Permit?
Parking permits must always be displayed in the vehicle while on campus. Permits should be in plain sight either on the rear view mirror, or on the driver’s side dash board (unobstructed from view). Failure to properly display your parking permit may result in a parking ticket (see fine schedule) or towing at the owner's expense.

How Many Permits Can I Get?
You may get a permit for each vehicle that you may drive onto campus.

Can I Have a Motorcycle on Campus?
Yes.  Keeping a permit on the motorcycle would be difficult. Please come to the Campus Safety office with the make, model and license plate number for your motorcycle so it can be registered.

Where Can I Park?
Students, Faculty and Staff should park in spaces that are well marked. Students may park in any area as long as the spaces are well marked and not restricted by additional signage. Areas that are restricted include Handicapped parking, fire lanes, Admissions only parking, Fleet vehicle parking, and employee only parking.

Can I Leave My Vehicle In The Parking Lot Overnight?
Vehicles cannot be left in the parking lots overnight or during breaks without special permission from the Campus Safety Office. Vehicles parked overnight without permission are subject to be towed at the owner’s expense.

Vehicle Maintenance
All cars in the parking lot must be in working order. They must be able to start and be moved. This includes tire maintenance. Disabled vehicles must be immediately reported to the Campus Safety Office and plans made for their removal. Vehicle maintenance and repair may NOT occur in any campus parking lot.

Parking Violation Fines
Warning Ticket; no fine. Violation; $10. Violations are payable at the Business Office. Failure to pay fines may result in a hold being placed on your account. 

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