Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions


Yes. All vehicles parked on grounds owned or operated by the Chaffey Community College District shall clearly display a current parking permit or a daily parking permit on the lower driver side windshield facing outward with the number or date of the permit clearly visible.

The permit cost is $55 per semester for fall and spring, and is $25 for summer session.

Yes. You can purchase a daily parking permit from any one of the permit dispensers on campus located in various parking lots throughout campus. Daily permits are $4 per day or $1 per hour or you can purchase a temporary permit using the ParkMobile app.

If the permit dispenser is not working or out of order, look for another permit dispenser that is working properly. Dispensers are located in various parking lots throughout campus or utilize the park mobile app. You must have a parking permit in order to park on campus.

Yes. In addition to having a valid placard properly displayed or a license plate that signifies that you are disabled, your vehicle must display a current Chaffey parking permit. Misuse of disabled parking privileges will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.

You must appeal a parking violation within 21 days of issuance. You may pick up a parking violation appeal form at the campus police office, online or you may write a letter of appeal. If you wait beyond 21 days to appeal the violation, you will have no further recourse to contest the violation.

Please remember that violations are not canceled or dismissed just because the permit was not properly displayed. It is the responsibility of the driver of the vehicle to display the permit as instructed on the back of the parking permit.

No. Parking in metered parking areas require the deposit of the correct amount of money as indicated at the meter.

Yes. You can request an escort by using a blue emergency phone located throughout the three campuses and parking lots.

Yes. You must notify campus police if any vehicle will be left on campus overnight.

Yes. The lost and found is located in the campus police office. Every effort is made to contact owners of property turned in to lost and found. In addition, people may report lost items to the campus police. Call (909) 652-6632 for assistance. Please fill out this lost and found form.