Consider others at all times when operating a motorized vehicle, bicycle, skateboard or inline skates. The intent of these regulations is to protect the health, safety and property of everyone on campus and to provide access for fire and emergency equipment.
It is the responsibility of all students, staff, faculty and visitors to be aware of and to comply with state, county and city laws, as well as campus rules and regulations.
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Parking is not permitted (whether posted "No Parking" or not) on roads without designated parking spots, driveways, sidewalks, lawns or grass, or non-paved areas.
Vehicles parked illegally are subject to no-parking warning stickers like the one shown below, placed on the passenger side window. Vehicles violating University parking policies may be towed away from these areas, at the owner's expense, without notice.
Driving or parking is not permitted in any pedestrian walkway or lawn area, except for campus service and emergency vehicles. Only the 导向器 of Facilities Services or Campus Security officers may give permission to drive or park in these areas.
西部科罗拉多大学 reserves parking spaces for disabled students, staff, faculty and visitors. A handicapped permit issued by the State of Colorado must be displayed on the rear-view mirror, the driver's side dashboard or as a license plate.
Several lots have been designated as "没有通宵停车" from 1-6 a.m., between Nov. 1 and May 1. These lots are:
Vehicles may be left on campus, during Thanksgiving, Christmas and spring breaks, and during winter, spring, summer and fall inter-session breaks, in the Dolores and Mountaineer Bowl parking lots, unless other lots have been designated by the University for overflow parking.
Vehicles are not to be left on campus over summer break unless written permission from Campus 安全服务 is obtained. Each case will be decided on an individual basis.
As snow removal from the parking lots, campus roads and sidewalks becomes necessary during the winter months, heavy snow removal equipment may be operating in these areas day and night.
The University reserves the right to issue notice to remove vehicles from any parking lot or roadway at any time during periods of heavy snowfall. It is the vehicle operator's responsibility to look for email notices, notices posted in the 大学中心 or notices posted on affected vehicles.
Due to limited parking areas, only students and staff living in campus housing may park overnight in the following lots:
In the interest of providing maximum convenience for all campus drivers, students, faculty and staff living on campus are encouraged to park in the lots designated for their particular buildings and to leave their vehicles in those lots, rather than driving to another lot closer to classes or work locations.
Bicycles may be licensed, free of charge, by the 甘尼森 Police Department. Call 970.641.8000 to arrange your bicycle registration. We recommend all bicycles be registered and locked at all times when not in use.
Bicycles may only be parked in bike racks. Locking bicycles to light posts, stair rails, guard rails, trees, shrubs or benches creates traffic hazards for pedestrians, emergency and service vehicles. Bicycles locked to objects other than bicycle racks may be immobilized or removed by Campus 安全服务.
Any theft, vandalism or damage to property should reported immediately to Campus 安全服务 at 970.943.3084 or the 甘尼森 Police Department at 970.641.8000.
西部科罗拉多大学 does not accept or assume responsibility for loss under any circumstances, including theft, vandalism or malicious mischief. We recommend parked vehicles be locked at all times.
Vehicles and bicycles that appear to have been abandoned on campus will be towed or removed, at the owner's expense. Any vehicle without license plates will be towed.
- 停车“不通宵停车” 1-6点期间地区
- Parking in areas which create a danger to safety and welfare of persons and property (i.e. fire lanes, service areas, traffic lanes, walkways, lawns, etc.).
If you believe your vehicle has been towed contact Campus 安全服务 or the 甘尼森 Police Department.
The speed limit on campus is 10 miles per hour unless otherwise posted. Speeding violations carry varying penalties, depending upon the number of miles per hour in excess of the speed limit. Other moving violations carry the same penalties applicable under State of Colorado laws.