doc martens shoes Student Parking Rules
Student semester parking permits must be obtained by registering online. The parking permit Web page can be accessed through the Penn State Altoona University Police Web page or directly on the Parking page. Follow the links and instructions to complete the registration process.
After completing the registration process, allow two business days for processing. The permit will be available to be picked up at the University Police Office, Poplar Building. Proof of ownership (permanent or temporary registration), driver’s license, PSU ID+Card, and signature must be presented at time of registration. Students may pay for the permit online with a credit or debit card or by cash, check, or money order upon pick up of the permit. Registration process is not complete until permit is picked up and displayed on the vehicle. The cost of student permits may be obtained from the University Police Office or Web page. Insurance must be maintained on the vehicle while registered at the University. Any vehicle parked on campus is parked at the owner’s risk. The University assumes no liability for vehicles parked on Penn State property.
The parking permit must be affixed on the outside of the rear window, lower corner of the passenger side. State law requires the top of the permit be no higher than 31/2 inches from the bottom of the window.
Motorcycle or other motorized vehicle permits will be issued for motorcycle or other motorized vehicle parked on campus. Permits should be vertically affixed to the front right fork just above the axle. Parking should be restricted to a regulation parking space in a student lot or in a designated “motorcycles only” space.
The campus offers bicycle registration free of charge. Bicycles must not be chained to trees, signs, or any other structures. Racks are provided at several locations on campus to secure bicycles.
Parking spaces that are reserved for people with disabilities are for vehicles legally displaying state issued plates or placards. Students with disabilities who are in need of special parking considerations and who do not have a state issued plate or placard should contact the Office of University Police.
If a permit is mislaid, lost, or stolen, it is the student’s responsibility to immediately notify University Police to nullify the old number and obtain a new permit.
All numbers and letters on a parking permit must be legible. Should a parking permit become damaged or unreadable, the student must go to the University Police Office to obtain a new permit. The old permit must be completely removed and replaced with the new one.
When a registered vehicle is exchanged or sold, the permit must be removed from the vehicle and returned to the University Police Office. All subsequent violations issued to this vehicle will be charged against the original registrant if it retains the parking permit.
Permit holders are responsible for reporting all address, license plate, and vehicle registration changes to University Police Office immediately. Should a permit holder have a need to drive a vehicle other than the one registered with University Police, a temporary parking permit must be obtained for a limited period not to exceed one week or an additional permit will be issued if the vehicle will be used for an extended period.
Parking and traffic regulations are in effect at all times;
however, during registration periods at the beginning of semesters, unregistered vehicles are allowed in student parking lots. This registration period is normally the first five (5) days of classes.
It is the responsibility of all students to know the parking and traffic regulations. Students must park in the student parking areas at all times.
All vehicles must be parked between two lines designating a legal parking space, and not to extend into adjoining spaces or the roadway. Parking is prohibited in any area that is not specifically designated by markings or signs as a student parking space, or where access is limited by sign, barricade, or gate.
Any vehicle not parked in a designated legal space is subject to ticketing, immobilization, or towing.
Speed on all campus roads is limited to 15 miles per hour, unless conditions dictate a slower speed. All Pennsylvania traffic laws apply to campus as well.
If a vehicle is disabled, the permit holder must notify University Police IMMEDIATELY with their name, the vehicle’s license plate number, and the vehicle’s location. A grace period of up to twelve (12) hours may be allowed. No extensions will be made. This grace period does not automatically exempt your vehicle from being ticketed; however, it may be used as a basis for appeal. Notes left on a vehicle stating that the vehicle is mechanically disabled are given no consideration by enforcement personnel. Vehicles not properly reported to University Police may be ticketed and/or towed at the owner’s expense.
Parking for residence hall students is as follows. Red Permits: residents of Oak Hall must park in the Larch Lot. Yellow Permits: residents of Cedar, Maple, and Spruce Halls must park in Rider Lot. If Larch or Rider Lots are full, residence hall students may park in the Ivy or Juniata Gap Lots until a space becomes available in their designated lot, but not to exceed a 24 hour period.
Student parking behind residence halls is for temporary unloading and loading of persons or items,
and is restricted to 15 minutes, with flashers, in the designated spaces. Additional temporary parking may be indicated by signs during evening hours.
Guests of students, during the work week, must obtain a temporary hanging permit from the University Police Office and park in the student parking area designated. This registration is not necessary during weekends, but parking must be in the appropriate student lot. must purchase a restricted commuter parking permit or park at one of the designated meter spaces.
Green Permits: Commuter students may park in the following lots: Cypress, Hawthorn, Ivy, Juniata Gap, and Science.
Students attending classes in the Sheetz Center for Entrepreneurial Excellence (SCEE DT) are directed to park in the Altoona Transportation Center Parking Garage, located across from the center at the corner of 11th Avenue and 13th Street (NOT the parking garage at the corner of 12th Avenue and 13th Street). All students with a valid Penn State Altoona Student Parking Permit will be permitted to park in these lots.
BLUE LOT Located along the 10th Avenue extension, between 14th and 15th Streets. Students are not permitted to park in the section of the Blue Lot, directly behind the Sheetz Center for Entrepreneurial Excellence (SCEE DT).
RED LOT Located across 12th Avenue from the Aaron, Devorris Downtown Center and the Penn Building, behind the Yellow Lot, is available for student parking.
YELLOW LOT There is no student parking in the Yellow Lot, located across 12th Avenue, from the Aaron, Devorris Downtown Center and the Penn Building.
PENN LOT Located directly behind the Penn Building,
is for assigned faculty/staff parking only. Student parking is prohibited and violators are subject to being ticketed and towed by University Police.