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Transportation and Parking

Parking Fees & Fines

Lewis & Clark’s Board of Trustees approves a schedule of parking fees each year as part of the budget process.

When registering a vehicle, students must pay for their parking permits in full via credit/debit card, check or cash. Employees may purchase parking permits by authorizing monthly payroll deductions or paying in full upon registration.

Bus pass purchases may be made online or in person at the Transportation & Parking office located in Facilities Services (building 47 on the campus map) or at Law School Business Services for Law School students. Bus passes may also be purchased and picked up at Campus Safety.

Students who have purchased a semester parking permit may return it for a refund for the unused portion of the semester. Monthly bus passes are not refundable nor can they be replaced, if lost.


Permit Fees

Student $165 per semester
Carpool $82.50 per semester
Staff $41.25 per month
Motorcycle $27.50 per semester
Semester Daily Permit $45 per day per semester (may select more than one day)
Day parking pass $4.00 maximum, 7 am to 7 pm; $2.00 after 4 pm
Guest and Vendor Permit No Charge
Lost Parking Permit $10.00
Monthly Bus Pass $50 per month - purchase before the 10th of the month
Bus Ticket Books $12.50 for pack of 10 ride tickets

Permit Cancellation, Denial, or Non-renewal

The College may revoke a parking permit or refuse to issue a parking permit without prior notice. Parking permits may be revoked, denied, or not renewed for non-payment of parking fines, multiple violations, or obtaining a permit by false information.


Parking Violations and Citation Fees

Parking violation types and citations fees are outlined in the table below. Citations may be presented to the owner/operator in person or placed on the windshield. Each person cited will receive email reminders that the citation remains unpaid. To pay ticket, visit the Transportation and Parking permit store.

Parking fines for the same violation incurred within a term increase for each successive violation. Parking violation fines are automatically charged to College accounts of Lewis & Clark students, faculty, and staff. Charges are reversed if an appeal of the violation notice is granted.

Violation Type

1st Fine

2nd Fine

3rd Fine

4th Fine

5th Fine

Handicap Zone

$190

$450

$480

$510

$540

Altered/Forged/Misrepresentation Permit

$105

$135

$165

$195

$225

Carpool Misrepresentation

$105

$135

$165

$195

$225

Fraud/Stolen Permit

$105

$135

$165

$195

$225

Unauthorized Freshman’s Vehicle

$75

$105

$135

$165

$195

Unregistered Vehicle

$75

$135

$165

$195

$225

Tow/Relocate

$75

$105

$135

$165

$195

Fire Lane

$75

$105

$135

$165

$195

Loading Zone

$75

$105

$135

$165

$195

Reserved Space

$75

$105

$135

$165

$195

Immobilization (Booting)

$75

$105

$135

$165

$195

Neighborhood Parking

$45

$75

$105

$135

$165

Blocking

$45

$75

$105

$135

$165

Moved Barricades

$45

$75

$105

$135

$165

No Parking Zone

$45

$75

$105

$135

$165

Occupy Multiple Spaces

$45

$75

$105

$135

$165

On Landscaped Area

$45

$75

$105

$135

$165

Satellite Lots Only

$45

$75

$105

$135

$165

Service Area Only

$45

$75

$105

$135

$165

No Permit

$45

$75

$105

$135

$165

Improper Display

$45

$75

$105

$135

$165

Expired Permit

$45

$75

$105

$135

$165

Overtime Parking

$45

$75

$105

$135

$165

Moving Violations

 

 

 

 

 

Disregard Traffic Control

$75

$105

$135

$165

$195

Exceeding Speed Limit

$75

$105

$135

$165

$195

Wrong Way on One-Way

$75

$105

$135

$165

$195


 Booting and Towing of Vehicles

  • Cars with unpaid tickets or that have not obtained a vehicle registration permit may be booted or towed without further warning. A vehicle may be impounded without notice and at the owner’s expense if it is parked in violation. See Lewis & Clark Transportation and Parking Regulations for more details.
  • A $35.00 booting fee will be charged in addition to the parking penalty.
  • Payment of towing fees charged by a towing company is the responsibility of the vehicle owner/driver.
  • For removal of a vehicle-booting device or for towing information, please contact the Office of Transportation and Parking or the Campus Safety Office weekdays from 7:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. After 5:00 pm on weekdays or during weekends, please contact the Campus Safety Office for boot removal or vehicle retrieval if towed.

 

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