PASSENGER DROP-OFF ZONES
Drop-off Zone on Verdugo Road
The passenger drop off zone is located on Verdugo Road in front of the College. This zone is for the IMMEDIATE LOADING and/or UNLOADING OF PASSENGERS ONLY. Parking and/or waiting in your vehicle for the passenger(s) to arrive is prohibited. Be sure persons are waiting on the sidewalk area before pulling up to the drop-off zone. Do not drop off at any driveway entrance to the College. Do not load or unload passengers in any red zones. Violations may result in a citation by the Glendale Police Department or GCC Police Department. You may also receive these citations in the mail.
Disabled Drop-off Zone
There is a designated disabled drop-off zone located in Lot F on the Campus off of Towne St. and Verdugo Road. Follow painted arrows when entering or exiting the drop-off zone. There is a second disabled drop-off zone in Lot C, Level One. THESE ZONES ARE FOR THE IMMEDIATE LOADING AND/OR LOADING UNLOADING OF DISABLED PASSENGERS ONLY.
Parking on GCC Campus requires a valid parking permit 365 days a year. You are required to display a valid parking permit while parked on campus. If you are unable to purchase a semester permit, daily permits are available from the Pay and Display machines at the entrance to the GCC parking structure or you may pay the meters and park in the City parking lots. Parking is not free and there are no grace periods. Valid parking permits are ALWAYS REQUIRED. If you do not display a valid parking permit, you are subject to citation. Vehicles displaying expired parking permits are subject to citation.
Daily Parking Permits
If a Pay and Display machine in the area you have parked is inoperable, it is the responsibility of the purchaser to find an alternate Pay and Display machine which is operational in order to purchase the required valid parking permit.
- Permits are not transferable from person to person, and are valid only for the day printed on the daily permit.
- Guests who are attending special events at the College are required to purchase and display a valid daily parking permit, or guests may choose to park in Lot F or the City lots and pay the meters.
- Students are encouraged to purchase a daily permit during the first week of the semester or inter-session to allow time to purchase a semester parking permit. Daily permits are valid for the day posted on the daily permit. Vehicles displaying expired parking permits are subject to citation.
- During the construction of the Sierra Vista Building, students may also use a valid daily parking permit in the City’s LOT 30, which is located southwest of the campus property, south of the Mobil Station at the corner of Mountain St/Verdugo Rd. Valid daily permits may be used on campus in student lots, or in Lot 30, but may not be used in the Civic Center structure or other lots. Only valid semester parking permits are valid in all City lots.
Daily parking permits are available for $3.00 at the entrance to the GCC parking structure from the Pay and Display machines (there are machines on the outside of the structure). The Pay and Display machines accept quarters and credit/debit cards. Daily permits must be displayed face-up, on the driver’s side of the vehicle’s dashboard and be clearly visible. The daily permits are valid for the entire day/evening listed on the permit and are ONLY valid in Lot B and the upper four floors of the GCC parking structure (Levels 3-6 in the white painted spaces) during the week, Monday-Friday. On weekends, the daily permits are valid in Lots B, or C. Daily permits are not valid in the City parking lots except for Lot 30. Vehicles not displaying a permit properly or displaying permits which have expired are subject to citation. Parking will be enforced seven days per week including holidays.
Semester Parking Permits
Parking Permits for the Spring and Fall semesters cost $75.00 and $45.00 for the Winter and Summer intersessions. Valid Student Semester parking permits are honored in Lot B and the upper four floors of the parking structure (Levels 3-6 in the white painted spaces) as well as the City Parking Lots 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, and the Civic Auditorium Parking Structure. A student will not have to pay the parking meters in the City parking lots if he/she purchases and displays a valid student (semester) parking permit; however, the student is only allowed to park in the City parking lots for the specified time that is designated for each lot. Signs in the lots specify the hourly limit. Check posted signs for restrictions. STUDENT PERMITS ARE NOT VALID FOR STREET PARKING. Many streets in the area surrounding the school are "Resident Permit Parking Only". Do not park in restricted areas, you will be subject to citation, and your vehicle may be towed. Permits are not valid at street meters unless indicated by posted sign. The permit is valid from 6:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. daily. You may purchase your semester or intersession parking permit at the beginning of the first day of the registration period subject to the following conditions:
- You may Purchase your parking permit via ONLINE for any semester or intersession through “MY GCC”. Parking permits will be available to purchase via online from the first day of registration up to one week prior to the beginning of that semester or intersession. Permits that are purchased online will be mailed to you within the next seven (7) business days.
- You may purchase your parking permit IN-PERSON from the Tuition Office located in the Administration building from the first day of registration up to the last day of the semester or intersession.
Purchasing a semester parking permit does not guarantee a parking spot and previous semester permits are not valid in any lot. Permits are not transferable from person to person; however they may be used in other vehicles which the student uses.
Staff and Faculty Parking Permits
Staff and faculty must display a valid parking permit at all times while parked on the Main Campus of GCC or at the Garfield Campus. Staff and faculty must park in the lot designated on their parking permit or park in Lot C. Permits are not transferable from person to person, however they may be used in other vehicles which the staff or faculty member uses.
Motorcycles, mopeds, and motorized scooters must be parked in designated motorcycle parking spaces only. These designated spaces are located next to the track at Sartoris Field, in Lot F, or at the north end of City Lot 32. Motorcycles, mopeds, and motorized scooters must display a motorcycle sticker permit while parked on GCC campus.
Disabled Placards or Disabled Person’s License Plates
Disabled placards and/or disabled person’s license plates issued by the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) are honored at any passenger vehicle parking space on GCC properties. Designated disabled spaces are located throughout the campus in student and staff lots. A valid GCC parking permit, as well as a valid Disabled Placard or Disabled Person’s License Plate, is required to park on GCC campus. Vehicles with Disabled Placards or Disabled Person’s License Plates may park free of charge in any metered parking spaces as long as the Disabled Placard and/or Disabled Person’s License Plates are displayed. Metered parking spaces are located in Lot F on the Campus off of Towne St. and Verdugo Road as well as in the City parking lots.
Un-securable vehicles such as Jeeps, convertibles, etc. must display sticker permits. Owners should contact College Police in SM 153 or call 818-240-1000, Ext. 5925 for more information.
Additional Parking Regulations
Students parking in the GCC parking structure must park only in spaces that are painted white. Green painted parking spaces are reserved for college employees. Vehicles must be parked entirely within the painted parking space markings. Park heading in to parking spaces; no backing in or pulling forward into opposite parking spaces
Overnight parking is not permitted from 12 a.m. to 6 a.m., without prior approval from the College Police.
Electric Vehicle Parking
Rules for using the charging station(s):
1. Must display valid GCC parking permit.
2. Vehicle must be plugged in and charging.
3. 4 hours maximum usage time per day.
4. After vehicle is charged it must be parked elsewhere.
5. All GCC parking rules apply.
More information on electric vehicle parking available at this link: Electric Vehicle Charging Information
For bicycle rack locations, you may view the map at http://www.glendale.edu/Modules/ShowDocument.aspx?documentid=8607. Bicycles are required to be parked/secured to bicycle racks. Bicycles may ONLY be secured to bicycle racks and may not be parked and/or locked and/or secured to , or against, any light post, railing, ramp, path, pathway, etc. or any location that would obstruct the pedestrian or vehicle pathway of others.
Additional Parking Information
Parking updates may be found online on the Parking Lot Information Page
On-campus parking lots are patrolled by the GCC College Police. Parking related concerns or questions can be submitted in person, in writing, or by emailing email@example.com. All District rules, regulations, and California Vehicle Codes (CVC) are strictly enforced. Violators may be cited and/or towed at the vehicle owner's expense. Vehicles towed by the GCC College Police may be retrieved at:Gay's Towing & Storage
5146 San Fernando Rd
Glendale , CA 91204
The Civic Auditorium parking garage is open to students when not used for auditorium events. The parking garage and/or Lot 31 may be closed to students during these events. Check the weekly bulletin for advanced notice or contact the College Police in SM 153 or call 818-240-1000, ext. 5925. You can also check on-line on the Parking Lot Information Page.
Lot F at GCC is located on the Campus off of Towne St. and Verdugo Road. It is a metered lot for guests and visitors ONLY. NO parking permits are authorized in Lot F including student, faculty, or staff permits. Guests and visitors must pay the meters to park in this lot. There are disabled parking spaces and a disabled drop off zone available in this lot. Designated motorcycle spaces are available as well.
Parking Citation Payments
Payments are due within 21 days of the date the parking citation was issued. Citations may be paid by sending a check or money order in the envelope provided, by phone at (888) 300-9915, or online at http://www.paymycite.com.
Parking Citation Payment Plans
It is the policy of Glendale Community College District that the registered owner or person responsible for parking citations shall be eligible to enroll in a payment plan when they have multiple unpaid parking citations. See Administrative Regulation 6750.
Parking Citation Appeal Process
You have 21 days from the citation date to pay the citation or file a Request for Administrative Review. Failure to do so will result in the fine doubling and a hold will be placed on your vehicle’s registration until the fine is paid. You may request an Administrative Review up to 14 days after the mailing of a delinquency notice, however you will still be responsible for any late fees accrued due to failing to pay within 21 days of the citation. Citations may be paid by sending a check or money order in the envelope provided, by phone at (888) 300-9915, or online at http://www.paymycite.com. If you need more information, you may contact the GCC College Police by calling (818) 409-5925. Administrative Review forms are also available in the College Police lobby (Sierra Madre, 153), in the forms section of this site, or online through http://www.paymycite.com.
Administrative Hearing Request
If you are dissatisfied with the results of the Administrative Review, you may request an Administrative Hearing by contacting GCC College Police in person or by calling (818) 409-5925. This request must be made within 21 days of the date listed on the Administrative Review form. If you are dissatisfied with the results of the Administrative Hearing, you may file a claim in small claims court.
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