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

8VAC50-11-40. Parking Violations.

A. Responsibility for enforcement. The Parking Services Office of the Longwood University Police Department is charged with the enforcement of all parking regulations.

B. Parking citations. Parking citations for unregistered or improperly parked vehicles are issued year round, whenever the university is open, regardless if classes are in session or not.

C. Payment. Parking citations must be paid or appealed within five full working days (Monday-Friday), excluding holidays.

1. Timeliness. Drivers must pay fines in a timely fashion. Unpaid fines may be transmitted to the Virginia Department of Taxation or to a collection agency. A hold will be placed on the records of any student who has unpaid fines. If the vehicle appears on campus after suspension of privileges, (i) the vehicle may be towed, (ii) a $50 fine may be assessed, (iii) disciplinary action may be taken, or (iv) any combination of (i), (ii), and (iii) may occur. Seniors will have a hold placed on their records prior to graduation unless all fines have been paid. Flagrant disregard of the parking regulations may result in revocation of parking privileges.

2. Multiple unpaid citations. If a driver accumulates three or more unpaid parking citations, the driver's vehicle may be towed at the owner's expense.

3. Parking suspensions. If a driver accumulates five tickets in one semester, his privilege to park on campus may be suspended. Suspension is for the remainder of the current semester and all of the next. No refund of unused parking permit balances is made in these instances. The Parking Citation Appeals Committee hears appeals for these suspensions.

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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