Parking permit enforcement begins the second week of each semester.

Please follow this process to receive your parking permit:

Hours of operation;

Building 6600a, Campus Police

Monday - Thursday 8:00 AM  -  5:00 PM   \   Friday 8:00 AM  -  4:00 PM 

 Campus Center N1021, NCC Campus Police

Monday - Thursday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM \ Friday 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM

(OFFICE HOURS ARE TEMPORARILY SUSPENDED DUE TO COVID-19) 

Vehicle Registration Form

FORMA DE REGISTRO DE VEHÍCULO

 

 

FALL SEMESTER PARKING PERMITS: 2020 - Updated 9/14/20

Attention Cuesta College students,

Parking permits will be required on Cuesta’s campuses for the fall semester.  Parking enforcement begins on Monday, August 24th.   If you are attending in-person labs or other on-campus activities, you must have a valid parking permit on your vehicle.   Semester permits are available for $40, or you can purchase a daily permit for $4 from a permit machine in one of our parking lots.  Our campus police offices remain closed to slow the spread of COVID-19, so all fall semester permits must be purchased online and you will recieve a response by our staff.  

Please follow this process to receive your Fall semester parking permit.  

1.      Download and fill out the vehicle registration form at this link:

Parking Permit / FORMA DE REGISTRO DE VEHÍCULO 

2.      Make sure your address on the form is where you want the permit to be either A) be sent in the mail or B) make an appointment to pick up your processed semester permit.   

3.      Send the completed vehicle registration form to CCPD@cuesta.edu

4.      Once we receive the completed form, we will add the charge for a parking permit to your student account.  No cash transactions are possible at this time.   The cost of a fall semester permit is $40. ($30 for California Promise Students) 

5.      Our staff will then send you the parking permit in the mail or an appointment time will be noted.

6.      If you have already paid for the parking permit during your class registration process, there will be no added charge.    

If you have any questions regarding parking permits, please call the Cuesta College Police Department at 805-546-3205 or email us at CCPD@cuesta.edu.   For more information about parking rules and campus safety at Cuesta College, please visit our website at the link below for brochures available in both English and Spanish.

English Rules and Regulations

Reglas y regulaciones españolas  

We wish you all a safe, healthy, and productive fall semester at Cuesta College,

 

Cuesta College Police Department Staff

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State law and the California Education code regulates college and university parking programs.  The San Luis Obispo County Community College District Board of Trustees has established Rules and Regulations to control traffic and parking safety on the college campus as prescribed under Section 21113 of the California Vehicle Code. 

The program of "pay for parking" on campus is based on the concept that parking facilities must be paid for by the user.  Money collected for parking permits reimburses the college for the cost of operating and managing parking facilities.  Enforcement of the parking regulations is the responsibility of the Cuesta College Police Department.

In order to provide safe parking for students, staff and visitors, we ask that you please be aware of the Rules and Regulations.

Parking permits are required and must be properly displayed on all vehicles parked on campus property, including parking lots and roadways, when classes are in session.

Parking Permits


Rules and Regulations