Chapter 3: Student Affairs
03:10:02 Parking Zones
1) All sanctions for violation of this parking zone policy are outlined in Northeast State policy 04:58:00 Traffic and Parking Regulations along with other information about driving on campus.
2) Northeast State has two types of parking that is designated by signage, Permit Only and General Parking.
3) Permit Only Parking is availible for faculty, employees, and visitors to the campus. Pemanent hangtags are issued by th Office of Human Resources and Organizational Effectiveness. Temporary hangtags are distributed by the Northeast State Police Department. Visitor parking permits are distributed through the Police Department. Authorized employees must properly display a Northeast State hangtags in the vehicle. Permit Only Parking is not enforced after 5:00 p.m. on weekdays or at all on weekends.
4) Visitors are guest recieving citations in eror should return them to the Chief of Police for disposition. Large froups of visitors or guest seeking to be accomodated by having a block of parking spaces reserved by Campus Police should make this request when completing a Use of Facilties requested in advance of the event.
5) General Parking will be available for all other parking and is on a first come, first served basis.
6) A current hangtag or decal issued by any recongnized institution of higher education in the greater region allows the visitor to park in a parking lot specific to the privileges of the issuing institution. For example, vehicles with another institution's student permit/hangtag would be permitted to park in General Parking. Vehicles with staff or faculty permits/hangtags would be permitted to park in Permit Only lots.
7) Current Northeast State CC parking hangtags are specifically recognized for parking privileges at East Tennessee State University .
8) All parking should be done in such a manner as not to interfere with general traffic flow or not to impede another properly parked vehicles. Parking on grass or any other area not specifically designated for parking is prohibited.
9) Owners of vehicles left on campus overnight or longer should notify Campus Police regarding the length of time the vehicle will be parked. Northeast State does not take responsibilty for vehicles or their contents whne parked on campus.
10) Vehicles which appear to be abandoned or inappropriately parked will be dealt with in accordance with current Tennessee Board of Regents and Northeast State policiesand procedures and with State law.
Parking at curbs
11) All curbed areas adjacent to any building owned, controlled, or leased by the College are designated as fire lanes except where loading and unloading zones are indicated. Parking in fire lanes is prohibited.
12) Some curbed areas are designated as Loading and Unloading Zones with a 20 minute time limit and some are designated 5 minutes.
13) The purpose of handicap parking is to increase accessibility to the college for individuals with a disability. Handicap parking restrictions remain in force 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
14) Any individual with a state-issued license plate, placard, or decal designating handicap accessibility accommodation requirements are permitted to park in any handicapped parking space regardless of status with the college and regardless if they have a Northeast State hangtag or any type of hanggad/permit form another insitution. Properly marked hanicapped vehicles, in accordance with State law, mayalso utilize Permit Only lots.
15) Some handicap parking spaces are larger and designated as Van Accessible.
16) Some signage indicates accessibility pathways for individuals using handicap parking.
17) Some parking spaces are reserved for specific individuals or types of visitors, vehicle types, or the plant Operations and Maintenance Department of the College and shouold only be used for those purposes during weekday business hours. These reserved parking spaces fall into the catergories below.
20) The following reserved parking is always enforced and should be observed by all vehicles:
b) Permit only
c) Parking space(s) reserved through Campus Police
e) Maintenance Vehicle Parking Only
f) Motorcycle Parking Only
g) Motor Pool Only
g) Reserved for Guest of the President
i) Reserved Parking for President
22) Students are permitted to park in Student Parking, General Parking, and undesignated parking.
23) When two or more students ride together to college, they are permitted to park in the Reserved for Carpooling 2 or More People.
24) Student parking on weekends and after 5:00 p.m. on weekdays is also allowed in the reserved parking with the exceptions of Handicap, Permit only, and Reserved Parking 24 Hours Faculty and Staff.
Faculty and Staff Parking
25) When 2 or more faculty and/or staff ride together, they may park in a Reserved for Carpooling 2 or More People space.
26) Otherwise, faculty and staff are permitted to park in Faculty and Staff spaces, Student Parking, and General Parking unless otherwise allowed to park in Restricted Parking above.
27) Visitors to campus should obtain a visitor parking pass in advance through a department or from the Welcome Center upon arriving on campus.
28) When 2 or more visitors ride together, they may park in a Reserved for Carpooling 2 or More People space.
29) Visitors are also allowed to park in Visitor parking spaces, Faculty and Staff lots, Student Parking, and General Parking.
30) Visitor parking areas are reserved for visitors only.
31) Visitors and guests receiving citations in error should return them to the Chief of Police.
32) Large groups of visitors or guests seeking to be accommodated by having a block of parking spaces reserved by Campus Police should make this request when completing a Use of Facilities request in advance of the event.
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