Parking on Campus
IMPORTANT NOTICE: Fines for infractions have significantly increased beginning Fall 2010. Please
familiarize yourself with SFCC's parking regulations
which are strictly enforced!
Note that obtaining a parking permit does not guarantee the holder a parking space.
Students are encouraged to use alternative transportation. Spokane Transit Authority
bus routes to campus at all
hours classes are offered.
Visitor Parking Permits
Anyone parking on campus is required to either park at a paid meter or must have a current permit clearly displayed.
Meters are located in lots
P-6, P-7, P-9 near Bldg 18, P-20 (Magnuson)
and along Elliott street parallel to the Early Learning Center. These meters allow for up to 2 hours of parking, at the rate of $.50/hour.
Daily visitor permits are available for purchase in the
P-9 parking kiosk, the cashier’s office, or the campus bookstore. Day permits are $2 and allow
the holder to park in Student or Faculty parking spaces.
Parking your vehicle on campus requires the purchase of a parking permit. Permits
may be purchased
daily, quarterly or annually from the Cashiers, located on the
lower concourse of the
Student Union Building.
Day permits are also available in the bookstore, or from the kiosk machine located in lot P-9. A parking
permit is required for all class days and hours that occur from 6:00am-5:00pm Monday-Friday
Consult our Campus Map for lots designated for student parking.
Disability parking for permanent or temporary disability is available.
SFCC enforces its Vehicle and Parking Regulations
; violations will incur fines.
Guest parking permits are available via the following
Online Request Form.
This form is for use by CCS employees, a guest is defined as being a person or group, who is invited onto campus
to further the educational process. Requests must be made within at least 5 days advance notice.
Lost or Stolen Permits
Theft or loss of a parking permit should be reported to campus security promptly upon discovery. The permit must be replaced;
a replacement fee will be assessed. Recovered lost or stolen permits should be returned to the Cashiers Office immediately.
Use of a reported lost or stolen permit may result in a fine, towing and impoundment of vehicle, and revocation of parking privileges.