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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 8. Education
Agency 50. Longwood University
Chapter 11. Motor Vehicle Parking and Traffic Regulation
10/1/2020

8VAC50-11-20. Registration.

A. Scope. Faculty, staff, commuter students, and resident students (except freshmen as provided in 8VAC11-60) are permitted to have vehicles on campus. The university, however, cannot guarantee a parking space on campus, nor is it liable for damages to or losses from any vehicle parked on the campus. The university has a 24/7 parking policy in that all vehicles must remain in their decal zone throughout the year. Other parking restrictions may be imposed for appropriate special events, activities, and conditions.

B. Parking allocation. On-campus parking allocation will be Faculty/Staff, Commuter, and Residential. Additional descriptions as to exact identification and locations of these parking areas will be provided on the Longwood Police Department, Office of Parking Services website as well as in a booklet provided to all who purchase parking decals.

C. Registration requirement. Vehicles utilizing campus parking facilities must be registered and display the appropriate permit. All outstanding parking citations must be paid prior to vehicle registration. Since parking regulations are enforced year round, vehicles should be registered prior to the start of the semester.

D. Number of vehicles. Faculty and staff members will be issued hanging tags. These permits are transferable to other family vehicles. Only one registered vehicle per permit may be present on campus at any time.

E. Motorcycles. Motorcycles have the same status as automobiles. Owners must abide by the same requirements concerning registration, parking, and operation on campus.

F. Decals.

1. Decals are to be displayed on the vehicle's left rear window.

2. Decals must be secured with their own adhesive. Scotch tape, etc. may not be used.

3. Student decals are nontransferable to other vehicles. Additional vehicles must have their own decals.

4. Hanging tags must be displayed per instructions.

5. Students and employees should report any changes to vehicle registration information to the Parking Services Manager as soon as possible (e.g., tag number change, residence change, or new car).

G. Guest's vehicle. To register a guest's vehicle during business hours, a guest permit must be obtained from the Parking Services Office. After business hours, an individual must go to the Longwood University Police Department for assistance.

Statutory Authority

§ 23-188 of the Code of Virginia.

Historical Notes

Derived from Volume 30, Issue 02, eff. September 10, 2013.

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