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Only electric Vehicles that require charging are permitted to park in these designated parking locations.
It is expected that once a vehicle is fully charged the vehicle will be moved from the designated space within a reasonable time to allow others access to the EV station.
Violations of the regulation may warrant the issuance of an improper parking citation.
Bicycles must be walked – not ridden – through interior areas of the main campus and Extended Learning centers.
Park front-end in, going with the direction of travel on the one-way lane/aisle from which your vehicle is traveling. When cars pull through to the other side, what we usually see is people leaving the space going forward and in the wrong direction, against traffic flow because the angle to turn their vehicle to proceed in the proper direction is very sharp and could cause clipping of the rear of the vehicle in the next space.
Designated reserved parking is available for individuals who qualify in accordance with ORS 487.915.
LBCC assumes no responsibility for the care and/or protection of any vehicle or its contents at any time while it is operated or parked on college property.
In addition to these regulations, all state and local laws governing movement, operation, and parking of vehicles shall apply on college property.
Occupied motor vehicles (recreation vehicles, trailers, fifth-wheels, etc.) are not permitted to remain on college property overnight, i.e. In addition, it is not permitted to remain on college property overnight in one’s car, truck, or other personal motor vehicle.
Vehicles parking in designated ‘disabled’ areas must have a prominently displayed permanent or temporary disability permit, which may be obtained at any state Motor Vehicle Division office.
Temporary permits for short-term disabled parking at LBCC may be obtained at the Campus Safety Office.
Foot traffic is the primary means of transportation within the internal passageways of the campus and Extended Learning centers.
For safety purposes, individuals should not use wheeled conveyances (other than disabled conveyances) such as skateboards, bikes, roller skates, roller blades, scooters, etc., at any time.Any special request for an exception to this specific portion of the administrative rule because of a unique circumstance must be made in writing, in advance, to the director of Facilities.