Visitor Parking

​One-day Visitor or Daily Parking Permits

They may be purchased from one of the many daily permit dispensers that have been provided for your convenience.

Daily permits must be displayed on the driver's side of the front dashboard and the expiration date must be visible from the outside of the vehicle. Daily permits are $3.00 per day and valid on the date purchased only.

Coins, one-dollar bills and credit cards are accepted.

Once purchased, daily permits may be used in any student parking stall on campus.


 At Mission College

Visitors who will be on campus for a brief visit may take advantage of a limited number of free forty (40) minute time zone parking stalls located in the front row of Parking Lot A, or in our new visitor lot, located next to the Student Engagement Center (SEC) building at front entry circle.

Visitors planning a longer visit to campus should purchase a one-day "daily" parking permit.

Daily parking permit dispensers are located in Parking Lots B, C, and D. All dispensers will accept one dollar bills, dimes, nickels and quarters.

At Mission College all daily permit dispensers will accept credit cards.

Once purchased, daily permits may be used in any student parking stall on campus.

 

 At West Valley College

Visitors who will be on campus for a brief visit may take advantage of a limited number of free forty (40) minute time zone parking stalls located in parking lots 2 and 5.

Visitors planning a longer visit to campus should purchase a one-day "daily" parking permit at any of the daily permit dispensers located throughout the parking lots.

Daily parking permit dispensers are located in all seven of the student parking lots.

All dispensers will accept one dollar bills, dimes, nickels and quarters.

At West Valley College daily permit dispensers in parking lots 2, 4, 5, 7, and Tennis Courts will accept credit cards.

Once purchased, daily permits may be used in any student parking stall on campus.


West Valley-Mission parking lot maps:

West Valley College (WVC) Parking lots - Campus map.pdf

Mission College (MC) Parking lots - Campus map.pdf



 Disabled Parking

​Disabled Parking

All drivers who are disabled (as defined in the California Vehicle Code Section 295.5) and use a designated disabled parking stall must display a valid placard or specialized license plates issued by the California Department of Motor Vehicles. Failure to display a valid placard or plate may result in a citation and fine.

 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.

 Overnight Parking

No overnight parking is allowed between 12:00 AM-5:00 AM without prior authorization from the District Police Department.

Vehicles found in violation may be subject to citation.

Overnight parking prohibited vehicles may be
towed and impounded.

Vehicles and contents left at owners risk.

 Please contact 1-408-855-5435 for further information.

 

 EV Parking

Electric Vehicle charging is available at Mission College. Electric Vehicle charging stations, also known as "E.V" stalls, are located in the front row of parking lot D. Students, staff, and visitors are welcome to use the charging stations; however, a valid student, staff, or one-day visitor permit must be displayed on the vehicle while it is parked in an "E.V." charging stall. In addition to the permit requirement, all vehicles parked in an E.V. stall must also be actively charging and must not exceeded the posted time limit. The posted time limit is strictly enforced.

There is currently no charge to use an electric vehicle charging station.

Electric Vehicle charging is not currently available at West Valley College.