General Parking Information

Shasta College requires parking permits in all parking lots. If you have a parking question or questions about a citation please call (530) 242-7910. We ask that you do not use Blue Security phones for parking related issues.

  • All student lots will be enforced during the fall, spring, and summer semesters. Student parking is enforced seven (7) calendar days after each term begins. These lots are enforced Monday through Thursday from 8:00 am to 10:00 pm and Friday from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm.
  • A daily student permit can also be purchased for $2 from any yellow parking permit dispenser located in student parking lots.
  • Carpool parking requires two or more students per vehicle. A carpool permit may be obtained, free of charge, from the Campus Safety Department in Building 6500 at the Redding Main Campus.
  • Staff parking areas are enforced Monday through Friday from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm. Staff may obtain a parking permit from the Campus Safety office, Building 6500. Staff permits do not allow a vehicle to be parked in meter, dorm, carpool, loading, handicap, or visitor parking areas.
  • A request for visitor parking permits can be obtained from the Campus Safety office only.

For more information: Parking Regulations Excerpts and FAQs

Student Parking 

Student parking is enforced seven (7) calendar days after the beginning of fall and spring semester. Summer session is enforced seven (7) calendar days after the term begins. 

Information for Fees and Daily Parking & Visitor Permits

  • Daily visitor parking permits can be obtained from the Campus Safety office only.
  • A daily permit can be purchased for $2 from any yellow parking permit dispenser located in student parking lots.
  • A fall or spring semester parking permit can be purchased at the Shasta College Admissions and Records office for $30. 
  • During the Summer session a semester permit can be purchased for $15.
  • The daily permits are only valid in student parking and do not allow a vehicle to park in metered, carpool, staff, visitor, or dorm parking areas.

Citations

A parking citation fine is $25. A parking fine in Handicapped areas is $275. Parking regulations are available on-line or upon request at the Campus Safety office (Building 6500).

Appeal a Citation 

If you wish to appeal a parking citation, complete and submit the on-line review form found on this web link:

Pay a Citation

Check or Money Order

Payment Mailing Address: 

Phoenix Group Information Systems 
P. O. Box 11923 
Santa Ana, CA 92711 

Credit Card 

Please Note: A non-refundable transaction fee will be applied to on-line payments.  

Information on a Payment Plan Option

Parking Policies

Carpool parking requires two or more students per vehicle. A carpool permit may be obtained, free of charge, from the Campus Safety Department in Building 6500.  In order for the carpool permit to be valid it must be accompanied by a current student semester or daily permit.

Dormitory parking lots are enforced from 8 am to 10 pm Monday through Thursday and from 8 am to 5 pm on Friday. Dormitory Residents may obtain parking permits from the Office of Residence Life.

Parking regulations for these areas are in effect 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Parking in designated handicapped parking spaces marked in blue and by signage, are for the exclusive use of drivers who display appropriate license plates or placards issued solely by the Department of Motor Vehicles.  The parking fine for Handicapped areas is $275.  The parking fine for Red Zones and Unauthorized areas is $25.

Parking regulations are available to students and staff on-line or upon request at the Campus Safety office.

Staff parking areas are enforced Monday through Friday from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm. Staff may obtain a parking permit from the Campus Safety office. Staff permits do not allow a vehicle to be parked in meter, dorm, carpool, loading, or visitor parking areas.

Please note: Staff permits expire on August 31st of each year.

Visitor parking permits can be obtained from the Campus Safety office only. These permits are valid in student or staff parking lots.

Visitor permits are not valid in metered parking areas, carpool, dorm, loading, or timed (30 minute) visitor parking spaces.