Parking & Traffic Control
A parking permit is not required to park your vehicle on campus, but you are responsible to operate your vehicle in accordance with state and local laws as well as rules and regulations established by the College.
Students may use any parking area not designated for faculty, staff, visitor, handicapped, or reserved.
Parking on grassed areas or walkways is prohibited. Vehicles parked in these or other areas marked "NO PARKING" will be towed away at the owner's expense. If your car is towed, you can claim it at Randy's Auto Express or by calling 251-2342. A fee will need to be paid before you can get your vehicle back.
According to state law, the minimum fine for parking in a handicapped area without a permit is $100.
Reckless operation of vehicles endangers the campus and will not be tolerated. Loud radios, squealing tires, faulty mufflers, and excessive sounding of horns disrupt the campus. Please operate vehicles with consideration for others.
When driven on campus, motorcycles and snowmobiles must be confined to the roadway and they must be parked in the parking lots. Guests' automobiles (friends and relatives) should be operated in accordance with campus regulations. You, as a host, are charged with this responsibility.
Tickets and Fines
Both the Jamestown College Security Department (JCSD) and the Jamestown Police Department (JPD) will issue tickets when a vehicle is operated or parked in violation of college or city regulations. A copy of the ticket is filed at the JPD. Fines are to be paid at the JPD. Any questions about tickets or fines should be directed to the JPD's Traffic Division.