Parking and Citations

General Parking Information

The parking meters along L Street allow up to two hours of parking.

One day parking permits may be purchased at any parking permit dispensers for $2.00.  Permits must be placed on the dashboard of their vehicle, date stamp face up. Daily parking permits are valid at any student lot.

Staff members should place their parking permits in the front windshield, lower left hand side.

All vehicles parked on campus must display a permit or pay a daily fee. Motorcycles and motor scooters are not allowed on the interior of the campus at any time. There are designated areas for these vehicles.

Student Parking Information

Students may purchase a parking permit for the semester at the Business Office for $20.00.

Each student who pays the parking fee will be issued a drymount parking decal. This decal is to be attached to the lower driver side interior corner of the vehicle front windshield, and/or on the front fork of motorcycles and mopeds.

  • Please purchase parking permits during the first week of class. Note: Parking restrictions will be strictly enforced

Parking Permits

A permit is invalid if:

  1. Issued for a previous semester

  2. Not displayed in the proper location

  3. Altered in any manner

  4. Transferred to a second party or resold

  5. Used on a vehicle by any person other than a registered student at Los Angeles Harbor College

Restrictions

All vehicles parked on campus must display a permit or pay a daily fee. Motorcycles and motor scooters are not allowed on the interior of the campus at any time. There are designated areas for these vehicles.

On special occasions and in emergencies, parking limitation may be imposed as required.

Special Parking for Disabled Students

Students must contact the Disabled Students Coordinator for parking privileges in these areas.

Things to know when you receive a Citation

1. If you’ve received a citation you must either pay orcontest it within 21 calendar days (weekends included) from the date of receipt. If you pay the citation, you may not contest it. If you contest the citation, do not pay it until you have received the decision in the mail.

2. You may contest a citation by completing an Administrative Review form. Administrative Review forms are available in the Sheriff’s Department located in the southeast corner of the P.E. Wellness building. You must complete and return the form within 21 days from the date of your citation. Please bring in your citation, permits, and any other documents to our office to be used in considering your citation for dismissal. Your review will take approximately 7 to 10 business days to process and your decision will be mailed to you.

3. If you disagree with the decision made on your Administrative Review you may continue your dispute by filing an Administrative Hearing form. Administrative Hearing forms are also available in the Sheriff’s Department located in southeast corner of the P.E. Wellness building. You may not file an Administrative Hearing unless an Administrative Review has been previously filed and decided upon.When a request for a hearing is filed you must post bail in the amount of your citation. Bails are accepted in form of check or money order only. NO CASH. Your check/money order will be held in our office and will not be processed until after your hearing is held. An appointment for a hearing will not be given unless all of the above documents have been received. Hearings must be held within 60 days from the date of your citation.

Information Regarding Hearings

  • Hearings are held in our department once a month on the 3Rd Wednesday of the month.

  • A hearing is your opportunity to prove your case to the hearing officer why you feel your ticket is wrong and why you believe your citation should be dismissed.

  • The hearing officer’s decision is based solely on your testimony and the evidence you present as well as the law. There will not be any sheriff or college personnel present at the hearing.

  • It is very important that you make your hearing as no shows will be automatically denied and will not be rescheduled.

  • If the hearing officer denies your citation you will receive the decision within 7 to 10 business days and your check/money order will be mailed for processing of your citation. If the hearing officer dismisses your citation, you will receive the decision along with your check/money order within 7 to 10 business days.

If you have any further questions/concerns, please contact our office at 310-233-4600. We are available 24hrs daily.