A person who works at the University with a faculty/staff appointment on a full-time, part-time, temporary or on-call basis, as long as this employment is the individualâ€™s primary purpose on campus.
Anyone, other than an employee as defined above, who is registered at or attends the University on either a part-time or full-time basis during the year including Fall, Spring and Summer semesters.
Student employees, including graduate students, are considered students (not employees) when purchasing parking permits.
Visitors/Guests are persons other than students, employees and vendors/contractors who occasionally visit SDSU for scholarly work, pleasure, conferences or business.
Any mechanically or electronically operated device that transports persons or property used on any University controlled property or street. (i.e., automobiles, trucks, motorcycles, ATVs, mopeds, scooters, UTVs).
A motorcycle is every motor vehicle with an engine size 50 ccâ€™s or greater, having a seat or saddle for use of the rider, and is designed to travel on not more than three wheels in contact with the ground.
A moped/motor scooter is a vehicle with an engine size 50 ccâ€™s or less that is designed to travel on not more than two wheels in contact with the ground.
All-Terrain Vehicle (ATV)
An ATV is an open vehicle having a seat or saddle for the use of the rider and is designed to travel on a minimum of four wheels in contact with the ground. All ATVs are required to park in regular parking stalls and display a parking permit. Any ATV parked in designated motorcycle parking will be issued a parking citation.
Utility Terrain Vehicle (UTV)
An UTV is a small 2-6 person four (up to six)-wheel vehicle having a side-by-side seating arrangement and is designed to travel on a minimum of four wheels in contact with the ground. All UTVs are required to park in regular parking stalls and display a parking permit. Any UTV parked in designated motorcycle parking will be issued a parking citation.
The owner is the person whose name a vehicle is registered to with the Parking Services Office or is registered as the owner under law is responsible for any fees that may occur. The person who is operating the motor vehicle is classified as the driver.
When it is determined that a University employee or student has the same address or last name as the registered owner of a vehicle with outstanding citations, a review will be performed to determine who is the responsible party. Based upon information obtained from the University and the Department of Motor Vehicles, the affiliated employee or student may be held responsible for those citations, rather than the registered owner.
A legal parking stall consists of the area within painted lines on the street and/or lot, designating a single parking area.
Park & Pay using Pay by Phone
Designated parking spaces on campus used for non-extendable 30 minute blocks of parking time.
Any vehicle that is not in motion with or without driver present.
Parking Citation Warning
A warning can be issued to a person for violating any of the parking regulations. Warnings give notice that a violation was committed and do not result in a fine. Warning notices are given at the discretion of the officer.
Persistent violators may have all on-campus parking privileges revoked and/or be reported to the Universityâ€™s Student Affairs office in acting contrary to student conduct code.
Mandatory Excessive Violation Relocation
A campus parker that receives their 9th violation which will result in relocation to lot 170 for the remainder of the school year.