Parking Permits and Parking Tickets
SCCCD will reintroduce parking enforcement at all campuses beginning in the Fall 2023 semester.
A parking or daily permit will be required to park on campus. Faculty and Staff may purchase semester or annual permits. Students can only purchase semester permits. A Parking Permit will be required for the Fall 2023 Semester at the Reedley College Campus.
Semester, Annual, and/or Daily permits can be purchased online at mycampuspermit.com. The Permit must be displayed in plain view, through the windshield, with all numbers and markings clearly visible. A registered motorcycle must correctly display its registered license plate.
SCCCD has partnered with Parking Management Bureau (PMB) to offer Students, Faculty, and Staff the convenience of purchasing parking permits online. You can buy your semester parking permit by visiting mycampuspermit.com on your smartphone, laptop, or desktop. Only Faculty and Staff will have the option to purchase an annual permit.
Students, Faculty, and Staff must create an account on mycampuspermit.com and provide their vehicle’s License Plate Number, Make, Model, and Color. Failure to obtain a valid parking permit will result in a citation. For help with your permit, call 1.800.700.4417 or visit mycampuspermit.com.
All parking permits can be purchased online at mycampuspermit.com. You can seek additional assistance regarding parking permits at the Reedley College Business Office.
Daily permits can be purchased online at mycampuspermit.com for $1 and may be used to park in any stall, with the exception of stalls designated for the Disabled, EV Vehicle, Motorcycle, Staff, and those marked red or green.
- Fall permits ($30.00) are available for sale starting July 1
- Spring permits ($30.00) are available for sale starting December 1
- Summer permits ($20.00) are available for sale starting May 1
- Annual Staff Permits ($80.00) are available for sale Starting July 1.
Motorcycles park for free in the motorcycle parking areas, but the vehicle must be registered with mycampuspermit.com.
Enforcement for parking permits will begin on the first day of class. A one-week grace period is only granted in Student Parking Lots.
The State Center Community College District Police Department is responsible for enforcing the Policy Governing Operations of a Motor Vehicle on the College Campus.
To pay with credit or debit card visit http://pmbonline.org
To appeal the citation http://pmbonline.org/
Parking without a valid permit.
- The initial ticket is $16
- If it is not paid, it jumps to $40
Parking in a disabled stall without a disabled placard
- The initial ticket is $250
- If it is not paid, it jumps to $275