Please note: the daily parking rate is $5 per day.
Conference and Special Event Parking
Upon request, the Campus Safety Department will make special parking permits and/or arrangements for conferences, institutes, short courses, and athletic or other special events. Those organizing functions can arrange for parking through Facility Rentals at (626) 914-8838.
Visitors who attend events which are not regularly scheduled, but are campus-sponsored, will be need to purchase a daily parking permit for $5.00 either at the Campus Safety building, located at the Citrus Avenue entrance, or at an Automated Pay Station in parking lots S1, S2, S3, S4, and S8.
To secure the necessary parking permits and space, a request stating the number of permits needed and the dates should be sent to the Campus Safety Office at least 10 days in advance.
Parking for Contractors and Consultants
Unless otherwise specified by contract, contractors doing work within the campus must arrange for parking in advance. Consultants not on the college payroll, but doing work for campus departments, may be issued parking permits.
Types of Permits
All vehicles parking on the Citrus College campus must display a valid Citrus College parking permit, unless parked in metered spaces. Personal notes left on vehicles describing reasons for parking on the campus without the proper parking permit or for parking in an unauthorized manner do not constitute permission to park; these vehicles will be cited accordingly. All parking permits are issued solely by authority of the Campus Safety Department and are not transferable to other persons.
There is no guarantee of a parking space on campus for employees and students. All parking is subject to appropriate availability.
Student permits are valid in all general student parking lots. The student parking permit does not guarantee the permit holder a parking space in a specific lot.
Employee permits are valid in all staff parking lots as well as student lots.
Faculty or staff who have retired from the college are eligible to obtain a retiree parking permit and may park in any parking lot. Individuals may obtain these permits only if they are not currently employed by the college.
Off-campus vendors and service providers who park on the Citrus College campus and perform maintenance and repair services for campus departments must display a Vendor parking permit. These permits are valid in designated staff and student parking lots.
Vehicles with commercial license plates may park free in designated loading zones for the purpose of loading and unloading only.
Students and visitors may purchase daily permits for $5.00 and park in the student parking lots.
Permits must be affixed to the vehicle's front windshield or placed on the driver's side of the vehicle's front dash. Permits must be removed from vehicles upon expiration.
The window decal permit should be attached to the lower left interior of the driver's side front windshield.
Convertibles, Vans, Trucks, Station Wagons, Motorcycles
In the case of a convertible or motorcycle, the vehicle's permit should be obtained from either Admissions or Campus Security Office and maintained by the driver. Permit information on convertibles and motorcycles can be checked by officers via the mobile radio system.
Hangtag permits should be hung from the inside rearview mirror and be clearly visible from the outside of the vehicle. If the vehicle's inside mirror is not at the top and center of the front windshield, the permit should be placed on the front dash on the driver's side and readily visible from the outside of the vehicle.
Dash Display Permits
Some permits should be displayed on the front dash of the vehicle. Permits of this type include, but are not limited to, special event permits, dispenser permits, Park and Ride permits, and one-day visitor/event permits. These permits must be displayed on the driver's side dash and should be clearly visible from the outside of the vehicle.
Permits which have been lost or stolen should be reported to the Campus Safety Office.
Disciplinary and Criminal Actions
Campus Safety may notify the Glendora Police Department, the Dean of Students, or the appropriate administrator so that further disciplinary action may be taken when appropriate.
The Campus Safety Office may discuss the consequences of possessing a stolen permit with the person in possession. Criminal charges may be filed with the District Attorney. The individual, if a student, will be referred to the Dean of Students. If the individual is an employee, then the appropriate administrator will be notified.
Citrus College Campus Safety Department
Campus Safety operates 7 days a week, 24 hours a day. The primary responsibility of the department is to provide for the safety and protection of the students, employees, and visitors on district premises, as well as the protection of district property. For further information on Citrus College rules and regulations, call our office at (626) 914-8611.