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Parking Regulations


Parking on Daytona State property is on a first-come, first-served basis. All vehicles must display a valid Daytona State parking decal or metal employee parking tag. The College strives to provide on campus parking for all students, staff, faculty and visitors. Students may park in any available space on campus (in accordance with local and state regulations). Daytona State carries no insurance for privately owned vehicles; therefore, all students, staff, faculty and visitors park at their own risk. To insure effective utilization of parking areas, the following parking regulations will be enforced.

Parking citations will be issued by Daytona State Campus Safety Officers for violation of these regulations. Failure to pay citations can result in records, diplomas and certificates being held and a freeze on further registration.

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Parking Decals
For the Daytona Campus, all parking decals will be handed out in Campus Safety in building 540.  Students may get their parking decal when obtaining their student ID card.  To obtain a student ID Card or parking decal students need to show a current class schedule and a valid photo identification. Decals should be placed on the outside of the rear window on the driver's side of the vehicle. All individuals who park on campus are required to obtain and display a current and valid parking decal or metal employee tag. This includes all students, faculty, administrators, employees, visitors, consultants, vendors, and other members of the Daytona State community regardless of their classification or academic standing. The parking decal shall be placed outside the rear window, bottom left side. 

Locations for other Campus Safety Offices where decals may be obtained
Deland Campus - Bldg. 7, Room 118
Advanced Technology Center - Bldg. 1, Room 106
Palm Coast Campus - Bldg. 2, Room 102
New Smyrna Campus - Bldg. 1, Room 132
Deltona Campus - Bldg. 1, Room 113
The News-Journal Center at Daytona State College- Room 102

 

No Parking Areas

Painted Curb Area - Restricted Parking as Designated

Disabled Parking
Daytona State is regulated by law to provide disabled spaces. These spaces shall comply with Florida Statutes regarding size and signage. Vehicles parked in disabled spaces shall comply with Florida Traffic Law. Disabled students should display a Daytona State parking decal as well as a Disabled Parking Permit.

Motorcycle Parking
All motorcycle areas are marked. Motorcycles must be parked in spaces or areas designated for motorcycle parking only. Parking motorcycles in spaces allocated for regular motor vehicles is prohibited. Motorcycles are restricted to the cemented motorcycle pads on campus(This avoids any damage to campus asphalt surfaces.)motorcycle

Bicycle Parking
Any bicycle brought to the campus must be put in racks provided around the grounds. No bicycle can be brought into buildings, chained to trees or to light poles. No bicycle riding, skateboards, roller skates or roller blades are allowed on campus. 

Unavailability of Parking Spaces
The inability of a person to find a lawful, designated parking space is not justification for violation of these rules and shall not be considered as a mitigating circumstance in an appeal. 

Parking Fines
Parking fines are  $10.00.  After the third violation, vehicles will be towed from the campus at the owner's expense. Fines are to be paid within 10 days from the date issued. Citations are to be paid at the Student Accounts Office in Bldg. 100, Room 102 during business hours. Unpaid fines will result in a hold on student records, diplomas, transcripts, certificates and future registrations. Students will not be allowed to re-register until parking fines are paid.

Appeals Process
To appeal a parking ticket (Daytona Campus) you must have an Informal meeting with the Director of Campus Safety (Building 540) 8:15 a.m. - 9:00 a.m., any Wednesday. *All other campuses contact Dean's office.

Parking Tickets
Citations issued are processed in Campus Safety. The white copy is processed and the yellow copy is given to the violator. Tickets are entered into the computer. Checks and cash are accepted for payment in the Student Accounts office (Bldg. 100 Rm. 102).

Last Updated: 8/28/13