Parking for students, faculty and staff provided on first-come, first-serve basis
in parking lots surrounding the campus.
Visitors may park in any regular parking space on campus long enough to obtain a Visitors
Parking Pass at the Safety & Security Office in the Student Center. Also, 30 minute
visitor parking is available in Lots G and I.
Request an escort to and from your vehicle by contacting Safety & Security at ext.
2911 from campus phones or (360) 442-2911 from outside phones. See list of Vehicle Safety Tips.
Parking is provided for LCC students on a first-come, first-served basis in the parking
lots surrounding the campus. Students are provided with a parking permit each year
at no charge once tuition arrangements have been made. Permits are valid for the entire
academic year (fall through summer). Students must display this permit in their vehicle
when parking on campus.
Parking lots are monitored. The fine for parking illegally on campus is $40. Cars
will be towed if parked illegally in fire lanes, disabled parking spaces, or locations
with warning signs.
The charge for a replacement parking permit is $10, paid at the Cashier.
Permits can be picked up at the One-Stop Center in the Admissions Building. Proof
of enrollment, student ID, and license plate number required.
Parking is provided for employees on a first-come, first-served basis in the parking
lots surrounding the campus. Employees are issued a parking permit upon hire. Employees
must display this permit in their vehicle when parking on campus.
Enrolled students are sent an email the first week of Fall quarter classes explaining
how to sign up for a lottery drawing for a reserved parking spot in Lot A (Don Talley
Lot). Students whose names are drawn are eligible to purchase a parking spot for $25/quarter
$50/year. 20 spaces are reserved for the lottery.
To use a designated handicapped parking space, a state-issued disabled parking permit
must be displayed.
Surrounding Streets - approximately 250 spacesIncludes 15th, 19th and 20th Avenues, Maple Street and Olympia Way. Parking is not
permitted in the Longview Library parking lot, in driveways, or in fire lanes.
Ride RiverCities Transit Buses Free!
Students, faculty and staff can ride for free on any RiverCities Transit bus. Just show your LCC student or employee ID.
See Bus and Transit Information.
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