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TCU CAMPUS PARKING AND TRAFFIC REGULATIONS

Student Edition

2013-2014

Policy Statement 

  1. TCU rules and regulations are valid at the time of printing.  Changes may occur during the academic year.  Signs posted at the entrance to all lots take precedence over any regulations in this brochure.
  2. TCU has enacted the following parking and traffic regulations for safety and security, as well as to make parking and traffic flow at TCU as efficient as possible.  They apply to all students and visitors.  Voluntary compliance with these regulations is the goal, rather than to assess fines.  Parking fines have been enacted to deter violations. 
  3. The University is unable to provide “close-in” parking for all vehicles.  Purchasing a parking permit does not guarantee a parking place nor does the perceived lack of parking space justify violation of any parking regulation.
  4. Rules and regulations are enforced year round, including weekends, holidays, breaks, study days, and summer (with the exception of reserved and maintenance spaces, which are enforced 7 am to 5 pm weekdays). 
  5. The speed limit on all University property is 10 MPH.  Violators may be ticketed. 
  6. The fact that a citation is not issued when a vehicle is illegally parked does not mean nor imply that the regulation or rule is no longer in effect.
  7. TCU is not responsible for loss or damage to vehicles parked on or in transit on TCU property.
  8. Any vehicle operated or parked on University property must comply with the state registration requirements and display a current vehicle registration sticker and license tags.  Additionally, proof of liability insurance must be carried in the vehicle and shown to the TCU Police upon request.  Failure to meet these requirements may result in the vehicle being banned from campus.
  9. Any inoperable vehicle on the TCU campus may be towed at the owner’s expense.
  10. Throughout the year the campus hosts several special events that require reserved parking for the patrons.  This may result in some inconvenience to students, but does not authorize drivers to violate parking regulations.
  11. The Traffic/Records division can be contacted during business hours (7:30 am-5:00 pm Monday through Friday) at 817-257-7930.  The Police Department is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and may be contacted at any time by calling 817-257-7777.

 

Motor Vehicle Registration 

  1. All vehicles parked at any time on TCU property must display a current parking permit.  Permits may not be falsified, transferred to another person or vehicle, forged or altered.  Permits must be permanently affixed to the outside of the vehicle’s window, lower left side.  (Permits for convertibles may be placed on the rear bumper, driver’s side.)  Motorcycle permits must be readily visible.
  2. The non-refundable registration fee is as follows:  If a permit is purchased in the fall semester, the fee is $75.  If a permit is not purchased until the spring semester, the fee is $37.50.  If a permit is not purchased until the summer, the fee is $20.  All permits will expire on August 15, 2014.  Motorcycle permits follow the same fee schedule.  (A permit purchased in the fall is valid the entire academic year.)    
  3. All expired TCU parking permits must be removed from the vehicle prior to affixing the current year permit.
  4. Purchasing a new vehicle or changing from the vehicle originally registered requires a replacement permit.  Additionally, lost, stolen or damaged permits must be replaced immediately.  The fee for a replacement permit is $5.00 when the remains of the original permit are returned.  Otherwise, the replacement fee will be the cost of purchasing a permit for the remainder of the current year.  This fee applies to all permit types. 
  5. Temporary permits are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at the TCU Police Department for those with a current parking permit.  There is no charge for a temporary permit; however, these will be issued for a maximum of 30 days.  If another vehicle is being used for longer than 30 days, a permanent permit must be purchased.
  6. Student permits are assigned according to where the student lives while attending TCU.  IE:  Commuter, Worth Hills, or Main Campus.  All freshmen (less than 24 hours) living on the Main Campus will receive a North Stadium permit.  Students are responsible for changing their permit at the beginning of the spring semester if living arrangements change.  There is a $5.00 replacement fee when the remains of the original permit are returned.
  7. Only one current TCU parking permit is permitted per vehicle. 

 

Permit Types and Where to Park 

1.       COMMUTER (CM) – Parking is allowed in white lined spaces in lots 1,  2, 3, 4, and Lot 7 in front of  Daniel Meyer Coliseum 5 pm-3 am when available, and any lot east of University Drive except reserved and visitor. Lots 2, 3, 4, and 12 offer shuttle service. 15 minute spaces may also be used.  No parking is allowed in any visitor lot at any time.

2.       MAIN CAMPUS (MC) – Parking is allowed in white lined spaces in lots 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, and 9.      15 minute spaces may also be used.  No parking on the east campus at any time.  No parking is allowed in any visitor lot at any time. *See Football Game Day Parking section.

3.       FRESHMAN (NS) – Parking is ONLY allowed in lots  2, 3, 4, or 5 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.  15 minute spaces may also be used.  No parking in Worth Hills or the east campus.  No parking is allowed in any visitor lot at any time. *See Football Game Day Parking section.

4.       WORTH HILLS (WH) – Parking is allowed in the Worth Hills area and 15 minute spaces on the main campus. Worth Hills permits may also park in Lot 7 in front of Daniel Meyer Coliseum  5pm-3am, when available.  Parking is also allowed on the east campus from 5pm – 3am weekdays and all day on weekends.  No east campus parking on weekdays from 3am – 5pm.  Please use shuttle.  No parking is allowed in any visitor lot at any time.

5.       MOTORCYCLE (M) – Parking allowed in any white lined space campus wide (excluding visitor lots), designated motorcycle parking in the Library lot, and 15 minute spaces.

6.       HANDICAP – only vehicles with Federal or State handicap license plates or parking placards (hang tags) may park in designated handicap spaces.  TCU Police reserves the right to inquire as to the rightful owner of disabled placards or disabled license plates and to request proof of ownership if deemed necessary.  A special TCU Handicap permit (DP) is available to students who have Federal or State license plates or placards.  These are issued for identification purposes only and are free of charge.  A copy of the placard and driver license and/or license plate must be on file.

7.       Low-Emitting & Fuel-Efficient Parking Policy….in keeping with TCU’s commitment to sustainability, the University is offering a parking rate discount of 20% to students who drive a low-emitting & fuel efficient vehicle.  Low-emitting vehicles are defined as vehicles that are classified Zero Emission Vehicles (ZEV) by the California Air Resources Board.  Fuel-efficient vehicles are defined as vehicles that have achieved a minimum green score of 40 on the American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy (ACEEE) annual vehicle rating guide. To see if your vehicle qualifies, go to:  http://www.arb.ca.gov/msprog/zevprog.htm & http://www.greenercars.org/news.htm.

8.       STUDENTS MAY NOT PARK IN ANY VISITOR LOT OR SPACE AT ANY TIME.

9.       Students MAY NOT use faculty/staff, reserved, or trustee permits for any reason.

10.    A student parking space is defined by a white line on both sides of the vehicle on the surface of the student parking lot.  If the area is not striped as a parking space, then it IS NOT a parking space.

11.    Bicycle registration is highly recommended.  Registration forms are available at the TCU Police Department and online. Any bicycle found in non-approved areas will be confiscated and a fine of $50.00 assessed.  Permits for bicycles do not expire.

 

SHUTTLE SERVICE

                TCU provides a shuttle service from lots 2, 3 and 4 to the main campus and east campus and from lot 12 to the east campus.  Also, the “T” (Fort Worth Transportation Authority) operates a shuttle from Worth Hills to the main campus and east campus.  Shuttle routes, times and stops can be found on the TCU Police website at www.police.tcu.edu.

 Visitors 

  1. All visitors must obtain a visitor parking pass from the TCU Police Department (24 hours a day, seven days a week).
  2. A visitor is defined as one who has no affiliation, association, or relationship with TCU as a student or employee.  Students are not considered visitors during Christmas break, Spring break, summer, or study days.
  3. Students are never considered visitors when driving a vehicle other than the one registered or when using a vehicle on a temporary basis.
  4. Visitors to TCU should be given parking guidance by the person or organization inviting them to campus. 
  5. Visitors using vehicles that have a current TCU parking permit must comply with the rules and regulations that apply to that permit.
  6. Visitors should be encouraged to use the shuttle service to minimize disruption of campus parking.
  7. Visitor lots are open from 7am – 3am every day.  No overnight parking is allowed in visitor lots.  Vehicles must be moved to student parking areas by 3am.

Fines 

  1. Students are responsible for any citation issued to their vehicle.
  2. Fines are automatically charged to the student account. 
  3. Fines may be paid online or at Financial Services (Sadler hall, room 2011).

 Parking Violations (Citations are issued 24 hrs a day, 7 days a week.) 

A list of the parking violations listed under “other” may be found on the TCU Police website, www.police.tcu.edu.

 Appeals 

  1. All citations issued by the TCU Police Department may be appealed within a reasonable amount of time, preferably within 3 days of the date of the citation. 
  2. Appeals are processed ONLY during business hours and must be done in person at the TCU Police Department (3025 Lubbock Avenue, 7:30 am to 5:00 pm, Monday thru Friday).
  3. The decision of the Appeals Committee is final.
  4. Results of the appeals will be sent via email.

 Immobilized (booted) or Towed Vehicles

  1. Vehicles that have been charged with three (3) or more citations may be immobilized or towed.  There is a $ 50.00 service charge to release an immobilized vehicle.  The owner of a vehicle towed from campus is responsible for all costs related to the towing and storage of the vehicle.
  2. The University shall not, nor shall any of its authorized personnel, be liable or assume any responsibility for any loss or damage resulting from a vehicle being immobilized or towed.
  3. The payment of fines for traffic citations does not remove citations from the record.  Citations accumulate during the academic year.
  4. Vehicles illegally parked (regardless of number of violations) are subject to being immobilized or towed when parked in or obstructing a fire lane, reserved space, handicap or handicap access space, overtime in a loading zone, blocking another vehicle in a parking space, or blocking a driveway, aisle, entry or exit to any parking area.
  5. If a vehicle has been towed or immobilized, the individual seeking release of the vehicle may obtain the necessary information from the TCU Police Department by calling 817-257-7777.

 Disciplinary Action for Excessive Violations 

  1. An indefinite number of parking citations will not be tolerated. 
  2. Persons who have been charged with three citations may be notified that their parking privileges are in jeopardy.
  3. Upon receipt of the sixth citation, parking privileges may be immediately suspended.  At that time, the person will be notified to turn in their parking permit, and will receive another permit which allows them to only park in Lots 2, 3, or 4 for the remainder of the academic year.
  4. Failure to comply with the terms of the suspension, or continued receipt of citations may result in an additional $100.00 fine along with the offense fine, immediate towing, and disciplinary action by the Dean of Students.

 Football Game Days 

  1. PER THE TCU ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT, ANY SPACE THAT IS NUMBERED MUST BE VACATED BY 8 PM PRIOR TO GAME DAY.  NO EXCEPTIONS.
  2. All vehicles MUST be returned to the appropriate lots by 6 pm Sunday following the game.
  3. The Athletic Department will email parking instructions prior to all home games.
  4. Special instructions may be in place for weeknight games.
  5. Any questions regarding game day parking should be directed to Athletics or Frog Club.

 

Residence Halls Move In/Out Procedures 

  1. Special loading/unloading areas will be designated for fall “move in” and spring “move out” of residence halls and identified by temporary signs.
  2. Visitors (parents) and students are expected to show courtesy to others by moving vehicles from these zones into other authorized parking spaces as soon as possible.
  3. Vehicles are forbidden from driving or parking on sidewalks or grass at any time.  Violators are subject to having their vehicles towed at owner’s expense.
  4. Once the temporary signs are removed, regular parking rules will be enforced.

 Miscellaneous Information 

  1. All persons should lock their vehicles while parked on campus.
  2. Electric markers are available at the TCU Police Department to use to mark property for identification purposes.
  3. Theft of, damage to or accidents involving vehicles should be reported to the TCU Police immediately.
  4. Theft of or damage to personal property or property owned by TCU (while on campus) should be reported to the TCU Police immediately.
  5. All lost and found items should be reported to or brought to the TCU Police Department as soon as possible.
  6. The University Christian Church parking lots are available under certain circumstances (signs posted) and may be closed to TCU students during special events.
  7. University Baptist Church allows TCU students to park in the small lot on the corner of McPherson and Sherley Streets from 6 am to 6 pm, weekdays only.  Towing is enforced at all other times. No parking is allowed in any other UBC lot.  Signs posted.
  8. No parking on West Cantey in front of Alice Carlson Elementary School as per signs.
  9. Students may not leave their vehicle on TCU property during a semester in which they are not enrolled (including summer).  Vehicle may be towed.

 Special Regulations 

1.       The D J Kelly Alumni Center (Lot 6) parking lot is for visitors only.  No overnight parking.  Lot closes every night at 3am.

2.       The visitor lots at the Tom Brown/Pete Wright complex and on Lubbock Avenue are closed every day from 3am to 7am.  No overnight parking.

3.       North Drive is available for 15 minute loading/unloading, Hall Director, Handicap, and LEEDS.

4.       All commuter, faculty/staff, and reserved lots close at 3 am, with the exception of the Library Lot and the lot on Merida, behind the TCU Police Department.

5.       Reserved spaces (except those marked “24 hour”) are valid only on weekdays from 7am to 5pm.

6.       The reserved area in front of Daniel Meyer Coliseum will be available to Commuter and Worth Hills permits from 5pm to 3am unless closed for special events.  All vehicles must be moved by 3am or face immediate tow at owners expense.

7.       Any narcotics or weapons (even with a State of Texas “Concealed Carry” permit) found in a vehicle on the TCU campus is in violation of TCU regulations.

8.       Bicycles should be secured in bicycle racks and registered with the TCU Police Department. Riders must comply with all state and local laws.  Pedestrians have the right of way.

9.       Individuals who are non-TCU ROTC students may obtain a special parking permit from the TCU Police Department which will authorize them to park in the Library lot, lots 10,1A, and 12 between the hours of 7:30 am and 5:00 pm.

10.    Special temporary disabled/handicap permits may be obtained from the TCU Police Department by presenting a doctor’s certificate stating length of disability.  The special permit allows parking in all student areas and visitor lots.  It DOES NOT allow parking in State handicap spaces, reserved spaces, fire lanes, or 15 minute zones.  A current TCU permit is required to obtain a temporary disabled/handicap permit.

11.    All buses, RV’s, trailers, and boats must obtain permission from the TCU Police Chief before parking on TCU property.  NO PERMANENT PARKING ALLOWED FOR THESE VEHICLES.

 

Exceptions 

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TCU CAMPUS PARKING AND TRAFFIC REGULATIONS

Faculty/Staff Edition

2013-2014

Policy Statement 

  1. TCU rules and regulations are valid at the time of printing.  Changes may occur during the academic year.  Signs posted at the entrance to all lots take precedence over any regulations in this brochure.
  2. TCU has enacted the following parking and traffic regulations for safety and security, as well as to make parking and traffic flow at TCU as efficient as possible.  They apply to all employees and visitors.  Voluntary compliance with these regulations is the goal, rather than to assess fines.  Parking fines have been enacted to deter violations.
  3. The university is unable to provide “close-in” parking for all vehicles.  Purchasing a parking permit does not guarantee a parking place nor does the perceived lack of parking space justify violation of any parking regulation.
  4. Rules and regulations are enforced year round, including weekends, holidays, breaks, study days, and summer (with the exception of reserved and maintenance spaces, which are enforced 7 am to 5 pm weekdays).
  5. Employees of TCU, Sodexo, or Barnes and Noble may not park in any visitor parking lot or space at any time.  Sodexo and Barnes and Noble employees must purchase a TCU parking permit in order to park on campus.
  6. The speed limit on all University property is 10 MPH.  Violators may be ticketed.
  7. The fact that a citation is not issued when a vehicle is illegally parked does not mean nor imply that the regulation or rule is no longer in effect.
  8. TCU is not responsible for loss or damage to vehicles parked on or in transit on TCU property.
  9. Any vehicle operated or parked on University property must comply with the state registration requirements and display a current vehicle registration sticker and license tags.  Additionally, proof of liability insurance must be carried in the vehicle and shown to the TCU Police upon request.  Failure to meet these requirements may result in the vehicle being banned from campus.
  10. Any inoperable vehicle on the TCU campus may be towed at the owner’s expense.
  11. Throughout the year the campus hosts several special events that require reserved parking for the patrons.  This may result in some inconvenience to employees, but does not authorize drivers to violate parking regulations.
  12. The Traffic/Records division can be contacted during business hours (7:30 am-5:00 pm Monday through Friday) at 817-257-7930.  The Police Department is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and may be contacted at any time by calling 817-257-7777.

 

 

Motor Vehicle Registration 

  1. All vehicles parked at any time on TCU property must display a current parking permit.  Permits may not be falsified, transferred to another person or vehicle, forged or altered.  Permits must be permanently affixed to the outside of the vehicle’s window, lower left side.  (Permits for convertibles may be placed on the rear bumper, driver’s side.)  Motorcycle permits must be readily visible.
  2. All expired TCU parking permits must be removed.
  1.  The non-refundable registration fee for a full time employee (works 50% or more) is as follows: a   faculty/staff permit purchased in the fall is $75.  If a faculty/staff permit is not purchased until the spring, it is $37.50 and if a faculty/staff permit is not purchased until summer, it is $20.  Reserved permits are $250 when purchased in the fall and $125 when purchased in the spring.  Reserved permits are not available for purchase in the summer.  The non-refundable registration fee for a part-time (works less than 50%) or temporary employee is as follows: fall, $37.50; first time purchase in spring, $18.75; first time purchase in summer, $10.  Reserved permit fees are the same for a part-time/temporary employee as for a full time employee.  Motorcycle permit fees follow the same schedule as above.  All permits expire on August 15, 2014.
  2. Temporary permits are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at the TCU Police Department for those with a current parking permit.  There is no charge for a temporary permit; however, these will be issued for a maximum of 30 days.  If another vehicle is being used for longer than 30 days, a permanent permit must be purchased.

 

Permit Types and Where to Park 

  1. FACULTY/STAFF– parking allowed in white lined spaces in lots with signs designating F/S permit allowed, non-reserved orange lined spaces, and 15 minute spaces. Students (including children or dependents of employees) may not use faculty/staff parking.  No parking in visitor lots at any time.
  2. RESERVED– parking allowed in assigned lot, and 15 minute spaces.  Parking is allowed in any non-reserved lot when visiting another area of campus that requires the vehicle to be driven.  Reserved lots are enforced 7am – 5pm weekdays (with the exception of 24 hour reserved spaces).  Students (including children or dependents of employees) may not use reserved lots during the enforcement periods.  No parking in any visitor lots at any time.
  3. X Permit – parking allowed ONLY in the designated free lot which is Lot 13(soccer lot).  Only one free permit will be issued per employee.  If more than one vehicle is driven by the employee, a temporary permit must be obtained.   No parking in any visitor lots at any time.
  4. MOTORCYCLE – parking allowed in any white lined space campus wide (excluding visitor lots), designated motorcycle parking in the Library lot, and 15 minute spaces.
  5. HANDICAP – only vehicles with Federal or State handicap license plates or parking placards (hang tags) may park in designated handicap spaces.  A special handicap permit (DP) is available to employees with valid handicap license plates or placards.  A copy of the employees’ placard, driver license and/or license plate must be on file.  The DP permits are for identification purposes only and are free of charge.
  1. All University vehicles (vans, buses, etc.) and off-road vehicles (ORVs) must be registered by the department using such vehicles.
  2. Bicycle registration is highly recommended.  Registration forms are available at the TCU Police Department and online.  Any bicycle found in non-approved areas will be confiscated and a fine of $50.00 assessed.  Permits for bicycles do not expire.
  3. Low-Emitting & Fuel-Efficient Parking Policy….in keeping with TCU’s commitment to sustainability, the University is offering a parking rate discount of 20% to employees who drive a low-emitting & fuel efficient vehicle.  Low-emitting vehicles are defined as vehicles that are classified Zero Emission Vehicles (ZEV) by the California Air Resources Board.  Fuel-efficient vehicles are defined as vehicles that have achieved a minimum green score of 40 on the American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy (ACEEE) annual vehicle rating guide. To see if your vehicle qualifies, go to:  http://www.arb.ca.gov/msprog/zevprog.htm & http://www.greenercars.org/news.htm.

 

SHUTTLE SERVICE

TCU provides a shuttle service from lots 2, 3 and 4 to the main campus and east campus and from lot 12 to the east campus.  Shuttle routes, times and stops can be found on the TCU Police website at www.police.tcu.edu.

 

Visitors 

  1. All visitors must obtain a visitor parking pass from the TCU Police Department (24 hours a day, seven days a week).
  2. A visitor is defined as a person who has no affiliation, association, or relationship with TCU as a student or employee.  Students and employees are not considered visitors during Christmas break, Spring break, summer, or study days.
  3. Employees are never considered visitors when driving a vehicle other than the one registered or when using a vehicle on a temporary basis.
  4. Visitors to TCU should be given parking guidance by the person or organization inviting them to campus.
  5. Visitors using vehicles that have a current TCU parking permit must comply with the rules and regulations that apply to that permit.
  6. No overnight parking is allowed in the visitor lots.  Vehicles must be moved to student parking areas by 3am.

 

Fines 

  1. Employees are responsible for any citations received on their registered or non-registered vehicle.
  2. Fines are automatically charged to the employee account.
  3. Fines may be paid online or at Financial Services (Sadler Hall, room 2011).

 

Parking Violations (Citations are issued 24 hrs a day, 7 days a week.) 

 

A list of the parking violations listed under “other” may be found on the TCU Police website, www.police.tcu.edu.

 

Appeals

  1. All citations issued by the TCU Police Department may be appealed within a reasonable amount of time, preferably within 3 days of the date of the citation.
  2. Appeals are processed ONLY during business hours and must be done in person at the TCU Police Department (3025 Lubbock Avenue, 7:30 am to 5:00 pm, Monday thru Friday).
  3. The decision of the Appeals Committee is final.
  4. Results of the appeals will be sent via email.

 

Immobilized (booted) or Towed Vehicles 

  1. Vehicles that have been charged with three (3) or more citations may be immobilized or towed.  There is a $50.00 service charge to release an immobilized vehicle.  The owner of a vehicle towed from campus is responsible for all costs related to the towing and storage of the vehicle.
  2. The University shall not, nor shall any of its authorized personnel, be liable or assume any responsibility for any loss or damage resulting from a vehicle being immobilized or towed.
  3. The payment of fines for traffic citations does not remove citations from the record.  Citations accumulate during the academic year.
  4. Vehicles illegally parked (regardless of number of violations) are subject to being immobilized or towed when parked in or obstructing a fire lane, reserved space, handicap or handicap access space, overtime in a loading zone, blocking another vehicle in a parking space, or blocking a driveway, aisle, entry or exit to any parking area.
  5. If a vehicle has been towed or immobilized, the individual seeking release of the vehicle may obtain the necessary information from the TCU Police Department by calling 817-257-7777.

 

Disciplinary Action for Excessive Violations 

  1. An indefinite number of parking citations will not be tolerated.
  2. Persons who have been charged with three citations may be notified that their parking privileges are in jeopardy.
  3. Upon receipt of the sixth citation, parking privileges may be immediately suspended.  At that time, the person will be notified to turn in their parking permit, and will receive another permit which allows them to only park in Lots 2, 3, or 4 for the remainder of the academic year.
  4. Failure to comply with the terms of the suspension, or continued receipt of citations will result in an additional $100.00 fine along with the offense fine.  The employee’s department head or Vice Chancellor will be notified of the excessive violations.

 

Football Game Days

  1. PER THE TCU ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT, ANY SPACE THAT IS NUMBERED MUST BE VACATED BY 8 PM PRIOR TO GAME DAY.  NO EXCEPTIONS.
  2. The Athletic Department will email parking instructions prior to all home games.
  3. Special instructions may be in place for weeknight games.
  4. Any questions regarding game day parking should be directed to Athletics or Frog Club.

 

 

Miscellaneous Information 

  1. All persons should lock their vehicles while parked on campus.
  2. Electric markers are available at the TCU Police Department to use to mark property for identification purposes.
  3. Theft of, damage to or accidents involving vehicles should be reported to the TCU Police immediately.
  4. Theft of or damage to personal property or property owned by TCU (while on campus) should be reported to the TCU Police immediately.
  5. All lost and found items should be reported to or brought to the TCU Police Department as soon as possible.
  6. The University Christian Church parking lots are available under certain circumstances (signs posted) and may be closed to TCU employees during special events.
  7. University Baptist Church allows TCU employees to park in the small lot on the corner of McPherson and Sherley Streets from 6 am to 6 pm, weekdays only.  Towing is enforced at all other times. No parking is allowed in any other UBC lot.  Signs posted.

 

Special Regulations 

  1. The D J Kelly Alumni Center (Lot 6) parking lot is for visitors only.  No overnight parking.  Lot closes every night at 3am.
  2. The visitor lots at the Tom Brown/Pete Wright complex and on Lubbock Avenue are closed every day from 2am to 7am.  No overnight parking.
  3. North Drive is available for 15 minute loading/unloading, Hall Director, Handicap, and LEEDS.
  4. All commuter, faculty/staff, and reserved lots close at 3am, with the exception of the Library Lot and the lot on Merida, behind the TCU Police Department.
  5. Reserved spaces (except those marked “24 hour”) are valid only on weekdays from 7am to 5pm.
  6. Any narcotics or weapons (even with a State of Texas “Concealed Carry” permit) found in a vehicle on the TCU campus is in violation of TCU regulations.
  7. Bicycles should be secured in bicycle racks and registered with the TCU Police Department.  Riders must comply with all state and local laws.  Pedestrians have the right of way.
  8. Special temporary disabled/handicap permits may be obtained from the TCU Police Department by presenting a doctor’s certificate stating length of disability.  The special permit allows parking in all non-reserved and visitor lots.  It DOES NOT allow parking in State handicap spaces, reserved spaces, fire lanes, or 15 minute zones.  A current TCU permit is required to obtain a temporary disabled/handicap permit.
  9. All buses, RV’s, trailers, and boats must obtain permission from the TCU Police Chief before parking on TCU property.  NO PERMANENT PARKING ALLOWED FOR THESE VEHICLES.

 

Exceptions 

 

 

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