Welcome to University of La Verne’s Transportation and Parking Services Web Page
We have provided information that we hope will make your parking and transportation experience at the University as pleasant as possible. Transportation and Parking Services is committed to providing reliable and safe parking options that enhance the quality of life for our students, faculty and staff, while promoting sustainability on campus. We are responsible for the overall management of parking facilities and services, maintaining an effective commuting system and meeting the transportation needs of the University community.
THE PARKING KIOSKS LOCATED IN LOT D ARE CURRENTLY UNAVAILABLE
Guest and visitors may download the Parkmobile app to purchase a day pass for $1/hour or $5/day
www.parkmobile.com – Zone 981
Guest and visitors may also park for FREE in the University Shuttle Lot located at 1925 A Street, 2 blocks west of campus, just south of Arrow Hwy. The free shuttle drops off and picks up in Lot D and runs every eight minutes.
We anticipate the kiosks being repaired in a matter of days and apologize for any inconvenience.
Monday, February 20th is a University Recognized Holiday. No permits are required to park on campus on that date.
Parking On Campus – General Information
A valid Parking Permit, Day Pass or Guest Pass must be displayed to park on the University of La Verne campus Monday through Friday from 7:00 a.m. until 7:00 p.m. Vehicles not displaying a valid permit or pass are subject to citation and/or towing. For information on purchasing a day pass, please click on the “Visitor and Guest Parking” tab.
- Parking regulations are enforced Monday through Friday, 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
- Vehicles may NOT park in 20 minute parking stalls, “Reserved” parking stalls, handicap parking stalls without a handicap placard or plate, or in fire lanes AT ANY TIME. Violators may be cited and/or towed at the owner’s expense.
Please drive safely by observing the following:
- The speed limit in all University parking lots and inside the parking structure is 5 miles per hour
- When driving in the parking structure please leave room for vehicles traveling in the opposite direction
- Avoid wide turns and watch for blind spots in the parking structure
- Always yield to pedestrians
Motorcycle Parking in the Parking Structure
There are parking spaces designated for motorcycles only on the ground floor of the parking structure, which are marked with white striping. Motorcycles parked in these spaces do NOT require a parking permit. Motorcycles parking in regular parking stalls do require a parking permit.
Carpool Parking in the Parking Structure
The designated Carpool parking stalls in the parking structure are for Employees who carpool only. No Student parking is permitted.
Electric and Clean Air Vehicle Parking
The charging stations adjacent to the “EV” parking spaces in the parking structure are on back order and are scheduled to be installed Spring of 2017. There are charging stations currently available in the shuttle lot (1925 A Street).
Only Electric Vehicles are permitted to park in “EV” marked spaces and only HOV compliant vehicles are permitted to park in “Clean Air/Vanpool/EV” marked spaces. Non-compliant vehicles parked in these spaces will be cited. If you are unsure if your vehicle is in compliance, please contact our office.
University Shuttle Lot
Shuttle Service Hours: 7:30 a.m. – 6:00 p.m., Monday through Friday
Shuttle Lot Hours: 7:30 a.m. – 7:00 p.m., Monday through Friday
Please call Campus Safety at 909-448-4950 for transportation to the shuttle lot between 6:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m.
The University shuttle picks up and drops off in Lot D. No overnight or weekend parking is permitted in the Shuttle lot. Employees are required to display at free “PS” permit to park in the shuttle lot. Please click on the “Shuttle FAQ” tab for more information. Click here a map of the shuttle drop off location: Shuttle Service – Spring 2017
The Campus Safety & Transportation Department is fully dedicated to the University’s Mission to offer a distinctive and relevant educational experience to a diverse population of traditional-age, adult, and graduate learners, preparing them for successful careers and a commitment to life-long learning across the liberal arts and professional programs. The Campus Safety & Transportation Department also shares and is committed to demonstrating the University’s Core Values of Ethical Reasoning, Diversity and Inclusivity, Lifelong Learning, and Community and Civic Engagement.