PARKING AT NAPA VALLEY COLLEGE
|Order a Parking Permit||PAY/DISPUTE A PARKING TICKET|
|MODIFIED PARKING REQUEST FORM||Download a Parking Map|
Napa Valley College parking permits are required for all vehicles parked on any part of the Napa Valley College campus during the following hours:
|Monday - Thursday||6 A.M. to 10 P.M.|
|Friday||6 A.M. to 5 P.M.|
|Saturday and Sunday||No Permit Required|
|College Holidays||No Permit Required|
Three Ways to Pay
- Daily Permit- $2 for the day. Machine located in LOT B, front of NVC near the flag poles.
- Semester Permit- $40 semester parking permits must be ordered online. Semester parking permits are digital and registered to your license plate. (YOU WILL NOT RECEIVE A PHYSICAL PERMIT)
- Digital Daily Permit- $2 daily digital permits available for purchase through ParkMobile. When using Park Mobile App or Park Mobile on line, you will need to enter PARKING ZONE# 3690
Daily Parking Permits
- Daily parking permits can be purchased from the parking machine located in lot B, in front of NVC by the flagpoles.
- Daily parking permits are $2.00 per day and valid only on the day of purchase only.
- Daily permits must be visibly displayed on the dashboard of the vehicle.
- Digital daily permits are available for purchase through ParkMobile. When using the ParkMobile app or ParkMobile online you will need to enter PARKING ZONE #3690.
Semester Parking Permits
Semester parking permits must be ordered online, and can be paid for online or at the Business Office, Cashier's Window (1500 Building). The cost of semester parking permits are $40.00 for Spring or Fall semester and $20.00 for Summer semester.
Semester parking permits are now digital and registered to your license plate. (YOU WILL NOT RECEIVE A PHYSICAL PERMIT)
Semester parking permits are electronic. Your license plate will be your permit. If you have a new vehicle that does NOT have a license plate, please submit the last 6 numbers of your vin. When you receive your license plate you will need to change your vin number to your license plate number through.
If you wish to edit your vehicle information, you must create a login.
Designated Parking Spaces
Motorcycles may park in designated parking spaces in parking lot A and parking lot G. A permit
is not required for motorcycle parking in these spaces. Motorcycle parking spaces
are marked on the pavement by short diagonal lines. Motorcycles that are parked in
a regular car space must have a valid permit.
Visitor parking is located in the parking lot near the flag poles and building 1300. Visitors parking is marked by a green curb and signs, it is limited to 30 minutes. Visitors requiring more than 30 minutes need to purchase a daily parking permit from a daily permit machine.
Staff parking is marked by orange signs, orange care stops or orange lines and is restricted to those cars with a Napa Valley College Staff parking permit. Parking in staff parking with a semester or daily permit may result in a parking ciation and possible tow-away.
Pick-Up and Drop-Off
Pick-Up and Drop-Off zones are marked with a white curb, signs or both. Parking and leaving your car is not allowed in these zones; however, you may sit and wait inside your car for a passenger.
Any car, which is parked in violation of the Napa Valley College parking regulations, may be issued a parking citation.
If you receive a parking citation and wish to appeal it, you must contact the College Police Department within 21 days of receiving the citation or you will loose your right to contest the citation.
You may pay for your citation at the following locations:
- In person - at the cashier's window located in the 1500 building
- By mail
- By phone - (707) 229-1417
Failure to pay or respond to a parking citation within 60 days will result in a "HOLD" being placed on you car registration by the Department of Motor Vehicles. This means that you will not be able to renew your car registration until all fines are paid.
By California law, the registered owner of a vehicle is liable for all citations issued to that vehicle.
Parking citations are issued in accordance with the Napa Valley College parking regulations and California Vehicle Code Sections
Disabled and/or abandoned vehicles will be towed away at the owner's expense after 72 hours, unless prior arrangements have been made with the College Police Department.
Any car with five or more unpaid parking citations may be immobilized or towed away at the owner's expense.
Any car that is illegally parked, impedes the flow of traffic, or parked in a pathway or driveway may be towed away at the owner's expense.
The Napa Valley College campus is closed to vehicle parking from 11:00 PM until 6:00 AM without prior permission of the College Police Department.
Recreational vehicles are not allowed to park overnight, nor are persons allowed to sleep in their vehicles overnight on campus.