Any vehicle parked on Lakeland College grounds without a permit is subject to ticketing. Prior to parking a vehicle on campus, drivers are advised to read all signs carefully and abide by the posted regulations. To avoid citations, contact the Department of Safety and Security to register your vehicle; located in the lower level of Brotz Hall. No individual or department may grant parking privileges on college property or issue permits without the consent and written approval of the Safety and Security administration. Handwritten or typed notes placed on a vehicle will not be honored. Counterfeiting, altering or the possession and/or use of a lost, stolen, voided, counterfeited or altered permit will subject the individual to a citation and/or disciplinary action.
- Parking permits are issued only to eligible people when a valid driver's license is shown to Safety and Security administration. Selling, lending or otherwise transferring a parking permit to a person other than the registered permit holder is prohibited. Transferring a permit from one vehicle to another may only be authorized by the Safety and Security Department. New or alternate vehicles will require duplicate permits. Bring old permits to the Department of Safety and Security to receive replacement permits.
- All parking permits must be properly adhered to the left side of the rear bumper on student's vehicles. The responsibility for the proper display of a parking permit lies with the holder of that permit. Failure to properly display any parking permit will subject the holder to a citation.
- Information provided to obtain a parking permit or authorization must be correct and current. If there is a change in information, such as the license plate number or new vehicle, it must be reported to the Department of Safety and Security immediately.
- A permit will be honored only in the parking areas for which it is designated.
- All vehicles on Lakeland property should not exceed the speed of 15 miles per hour. Due to the number of pedestrians, extreme caution should be used when operating a vehicle on campus.
- Parking is permitted only within marked spaces. Every legal space within the college parking system is clearly marked. Any vehicle occupying more than one space, or extended beyond the marked space, is in violation of parking regulations and subject to a citation. Back-in parking is not allowed in any of Lakeland College's parking lots due to the potential risk for pedestrian injury and vehicular damage.
- Use of Lakeland's loading zone at Brotz hall must be authorized by the Department of Safety and Security. To avoid a citation, please call the Department of Safety and Security at (920)565-1126 as soon as you arrive on campus to load/unload your vehicle. The loading area is restricted for loading/unloading at all times, including evenings and weekends. Due to space constraints, abuse of this privilege will not be tolerated.
- Parking or driving on campus lawn and/or sidewalks will result in a ticket and/or cost of damages.
- Special events may temporarily affect parking assignments. Furthermore, drivers arriving on campus during peak parking hours may occasionally experience difficulty in finding a parking space. Should there not be an available space, you should find the nearest available parking lot.
- Violators may be subject to Safety and Security's parking boot to enforce parking on campus.
- All vehicles on campus are subject to being towed depending on the urgency or violation the student's vehicle has made. The Department of Safety and Security will have the vehicle towed at the owner's expense.
- Lakeland College is not responsible or liable for any damage to and/or theft of any vehicle, its equipment or content while the vehicle is parked on college owned property.
Lakeland College issues citations for all parking violations. College citations must be satisfied within 10 business days of issuance. Violators with 5 or more tickets may be referred to Director of Residence Life and/or Dean of Students.
Fines for Citations
|Parked in Front of Dumpster||$50.00|
|Parked in Handicap||$60.00|
All citations are assumed to be valid; however, if you believe that you were issued a citation that you do not deserve, you may appeal it. To appeal a college citation, you should fill out an appeal form found either in the Safety and Security Office or online and return it to the Safety and Security Office within 5 business days of receiving the citation. Payment of the fine will deferred until the student is notified. If the appeal is upheld, the citation will be cancelled. If the appeal is denied, the amount of the citation will be applied to the students account, unless payment was already admitted. A written reply to your appeal will be mailed to you in a timely manner. Appeals may also be submitted via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.