The following regulations and procedures have been designed to provide for the effective use of parking areas, the safe movement of motor vehicles and pedestrian traffic, and the general safety of the campuses. Failure to comply with parking or traffic laws and regulations constitutes a violation subject to established penalties. Regulations must be observed at all times, including exam periods, registration, summer school, weekends, periods between semesters and inclement weather.
- A valid student, staff, or one-day "daily" visitor parking permit is required to park on campus. Student and visitor parking permit requirements are enforced Monday through Sunday, between 7:00 AM and 10:00 PM.
- Purchase and/or possession of a parking permit does not guarantee the availability of a parking space. It is the responsibility of the driver to locate an authorized parking space, legally park the vehicle and to properly display a valid parking permit. Vehicles with car covers are no exception.
- Restricted areas, including disabled parking, red zones, loading zones, staff parking, and time zones, are enforced every day, 24 hours a day. Overnight is prohibited without prior authorization from the District Police.
- Parking is prohibited in any area not specifically marked as a parking space, including planted and unplanted landscapes, lawns, sidewalks, pedestrian malls, service docks, service drives, roadsides, driveways, streets and other traffic ways, pedestrian crossings, disabled ramps, bus zones; red, yellow, white and unmarked curbs, posted No Parking zones, barricaded or closed lots and streets.
- Vehicles must be parked with all wheels resting within the boundaries of the parking space as indicated by painted lines or other markers. Taking more than one parking space is prohibited.
- Students or Staff members who have special parking or loading needs must make arrangements with Parking Services in advance. Business cards or notes left on the vehicle are not acceptable and a citation may result.
- Business cards or notes left on a vehicle are not an acceptable substitute for a valid parking permit. Vehicles displaying only a business card or note will receive a citation. No warnings are issued.
- Stolen permits should be immediately reported to the District Police department by calling 408-855-5435 or by visiting the Police business office on campus. Lost permit will not be replaced free of charge, however, a replacement permit may be purchased at the original purchase price.
- Voided, stolen, altered or counterfeit permits may be confiscated by the District Police Department using any reasonable means necessary.
WVMCCD Parking Regulations : WVMCCD Parking Regulations.pdf
All student semester length parking permits are valid at both West Valley College and Mission College.
Your semester length student parking permit is static cling and must be attached to the inside lower-left corner (driver side) of the front windshield. Please make sure the inside of your front windshield is clean and dry before affixing the permit. To be properly displayed, the permit must be visible from the outside of the vehicle. All four-wheeled vehicles must properly display a valid West Valley-Mission Community College District parking permit when parked on campus. Improper or non-display of a permit will result in a parking citation.
Students and visitors may purchase either a one-day "daily" parking permit, or a semester-length parking permit.
ONE-DAY VISITOR OR "DAILY" PARKING PERMITS:
- One-day "daily" parking permits may be purchased for $3.00 per day from dispensers in all parking lots. Coins, one-dollar bills and credit cards are accepted.
- Daily permits must be displayed on the driver's side of the front dashboard. The expiration date must be visible from the outside of the vehicle.
At Mission College:
Daily parking permit dispensers are located in Parking Lots B, C, and D. Coins, one-dollar bills and credit cards are accepted. Once purchased, daily permits may be used in any student parking stall on campus.
At West Valley College:
Daily parking permit dispensers are located in all seven of the student parking lots. Coins, one-dollar bills and credit cards are accepted. Once purchased, daily permits may be used in any student parking stall on campus.
No parking permit is required for motorcycles parking in designated motorcycle parking areas.
Motorcycles/motor scooters are prohibited from parking in spaces designated for four wheel vehicles. Designated motorcycle parking is available in parking lots 2,5, 7 and East College Circle (near Athletic Fields) at West Valley College and in parking lots A, B, C, D, at Mission College.
All drivers who are disabled (as defined in section 295.5 CVC), and who have been issued a valid disabled parking placard or plates by the California Department of Motor Vehicles, are authorized to park in any disabled parking stall on campus. To be legally parked in a disabled stall, the disabled placard or plates must be properly displayed pursuant to the California Vehicle Code and D.M.V. guidelines. Vehicles properly displaying a valid disabled parking permit do not need to display any other District parking permit to park in a disabled parking stall.
In addition, any vehicle properly displaying a valid disabled parking permit may park in any student, staff or time-zone stall without displaying any other District permit. Disabled permits are not valid for use in E-plate, Service Vehicle, Special Permit stalls, out of a marked parking stall or other restricted areas.