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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

8VAC50-11-30. Parking.

A. Daily parking zones. This chapter and all parking policies of the university are in effect 24/7. All vehicles must be parked in their specific decal zone 24/7.

B. External law. Town, county, and state laws must be observed when parking on the university campus.

C. Parking prohibitions. Parking in fire zones, loading zones, and areas where the curbs are painted yellow is strictly prohibited.

D. Town streets. Parking on the Town of Farmville streets is at the driver's risk. University parking decals do not authorize parking in the Town of Farmville "Resident Only" parking areas. The Farmville Police patrol these areas and will issue town citations if violations are observed.

E. Visitor parking. A limited number of two-hour visitor parking spaces are available on campus. Students, faculty, and staff of the university may not use these spaces at any time, as students, faculty, and staff of the university are not considered visitors to the campus. Visitor parking spaces are designated at the Craft Lot for use by prospective students and university visitors only.

F. Guest parking. If a guest's vehicle is to be on campus anytime, the vehicle must display a guest parking permit. Failure to register a guest's vehicle is not grounds for citation appeal.

G. Loading/unloading limitations. Loading/unloading locations have been designated throughout campus. Parking in these areas is limited to 10 minutes, and hazard lights must be used.

H. Handicapped parking. Persons requiring use of handicapped spaces on campus or Town of Farmville streets must display a permit from the Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles. Temporary (seven-day) medical permits may be obtained from the Longwood University Office of Disability Services.

I. Exceptions for freshman. Freshmen are permitted to have vehicles on campus by written permission only. Freshmen must contact the Parking Services Manager to obtain the required written permission.

J. Brock Commons Garage. Student use of the Brock Commons Garage is restricted at all times. Students are not allowed to park in the garage regardless of time of day or day of the week.

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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