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HCC employees must obtain a parking permit form Human Resources. Persons requesting an employee parking permit must provide proof of employment for the current semester. Work-study students, models, and tutors are not eligible to receive parking permits.
One parking permit is issued to each eligible employee. A valid permit must hang from the rearview mirror when parking in designated employee spaces. Motorcycle stickers are also available.
Full-time employees are issued a non-expiring permit. Part-time employees are issued a permit that expires every six months. Part-time permits are valid January 1 through June 30 and July 1 through December 31.
If an employee has multiple vehicles, it is her/his responsibility to ensure the permit is properly displayed in whichever vehicle is parked on campus. Vehicles lacking permits or with improperly displayed permits will be ticketed.
Employees are reminded that service to our students is our main goal. Those having an employee parking permit must park in a designated employee spot and not in the general parking area. This will open much-needed spaces for students and visitors to campus.
Permits are the property of HCC and must be returned to Human Resources upon termination of employment. Lost permits will be replaced at a cost of $15.
Disabled parking is clearly marked and is reserved only for those displaying a valid state handicapped vehicle registration plate or permit. The disabled individual must be in the vehicle to use the space and possess the permit card that corresponds with the registration plate or permit.
If no disabled parking is available, permit holders may park in any unnumbered employee space.
Temporary HCC disabled permits are available from Human Resources for HCC employees and from the Department of Public Safety for students and visitors. Requestors must submit a valid doctor's note validating the need for disabled parking along with their HCC ID. HCC temporary permits are valid for 30 days. Extended disabilities will require the temporary permit holder to seek a permit from the Motor Vehicle Administration. Misuse of a disabled permit or parking without a permit in a reserved disabled parking space is subject to a fine of $150.
Carpool parking is available for students and employees who can verify that they are commuting in a carpool of two or more persons. For students, an application for a carpool permit can be obtained at the Welcome Desk in the Student Center. For employees, an application for a carpool permit can be obtained from Human Resources.
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