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Yes, if you plan to park on a campus parking lot a parking permit is required every semester. However, if you park on the street, a parking permit is not required. Also, if you have a valid handicapped permit issued in your name, you will not need to purchase a permit.
Tickets are usually issued after the second week of instruction. However, you should purchase your parking permit prior to the start of the term to avoid the potential of getting a ticket.
You can purchase a parking permit 24 hours after completing your registration on the web at www.permitsales.net/PortervilleCollege If paying by credit or debit card, your payment must be made online. If paying by cash, check or through a third party agency/organization, you still must request your permit online and then visit the Admissions and Records or Business Office in the Academic Center to pay.
If you selected and paid for your Fall 2014 parking permit prior to July 14, you will still need to order your permit at www.permitsales.net/PortervilleCollege.
A parking permit costs $20 per term and $10 during the summer session.
Parking citation payments can be made online (www.CitationProcessingCenter.com) or by mail at
Porterville Community College
Citation Processing Center
P. O. Box 10479
Newport Beach, CA 92658-0479
Additional penalties will be assessed on unpaid citations. If citations are unpaid for 60 days, a second notice will be sent on day 61 and the citation will be declared delinquent. Delinquent citations will be remitted to the Franchise Tax Board for collection.
Appeal forms contesting citations are available on online (Traffic-Citation-Appeal-Form-ext.pdf) at the Information Center in the Academic Center or at the Campus Security Office in the Learning Resource Center Building. Beginning fall 2014, appeals must be filed online at www.CitationProcessingCenter.com.