Parking & Traffic Control

Parking permits are no longer required for students or employees.

Parking Regulations

  • Parking is restricted to vehicles with college business.
  • An area posted with short-term parking limits may only be used for the purpose of conducting short-term business in a college facility and only for the specified time limits. Exceeding the specified time limits is prohibited.
  • Vehicles must display a current disabled parking permit issued by the State of Arizona or any other state in order to park in a space which displays a disabled parking sign and/or a painted disabled insignia.
  • Red curbs indicate no-parking zones. Parking in red zones, entrances to buildings, driveways, in front of garbage dumpsters, fire lanes, and fire hydrants is prohibited.
  • Driving into or parking in an area not designated for use or closed by the use of barricades, chains, or other vehicle control devices is prohibited.
  • Parking or blocking pedestrian paths, sidewalks, crosswalks and striped safety zones is prohibited.
  • Parking in a manner as to impede or obstruct properly parked/moving vehicles is prohibited.
  • Where parking stall lines are marked, operators must park within the stall lines. In diagonal spaces, vehicles must be parked facing the center line. No driving through or backing into spaces is permitted.
  • Designated parking is provided for motorized cycles or bicycles. College Police recommends that these areas be used for parking of motorized cycles and bicycles. Bicycles that are chained and locked to anything except bike racks are subject to impoundment. The locks may cut at the owner’s expense.

Traffic Regulations

  • The maximum speed limit in all college parking lots is 15 mph.
  • Driving motor vehicles, motorized cycles, bicycles, skateboards, and rollerblades on pedestrian paths and sidewalks is prohibited.
  • All accidents involving vehicles that occur on college property must be reported to College Police.
  • All Arizona State laws governing the movement and operation of motor vehicles are adopted by the Maricopa Community Colleges' Governing Board for the control of vehicles on college property.

Motor Vehicle Assistance

College Police will provide reasonable assistance to college community members whose vehicle is disabled on campus. The driver requiring such assistance is requested to proceed to the College Police office in order to complete and sign a “Motor Vehicle Assistance Agreement.”

Emergency Callboxes

There are emergency and information callboxes located throughout the campus. To use these callboxes, follow the instructions posted on them and you will be able to speak directly to a College Police dispatcher who can assist you with any situation