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Citations and Appeals

Parking Violation 
A vehicle may be subject to a citation and/or towed or immobilized for:
  • no permit
  • illegal use of permit
  • parking in an unauthorized parking lot or parking space
  • parking in a lot not designated for overnight parking
  • parking in a handicapped area without the proper permit
  • blocking another vehicle
  • parking in a roadway or driveway
  • blocking a fire hydrant, fire lane, or other emergency zone
  • parking in violation of temporary instructions during a declared snow emergency.
  • blocking a trash dumpster
  • interfering with the free and proper use of a crosswalk or pedestrian way.
  • parking on grassy area
  • parking in a metered parking space after time has expired
  • parking or blocking a service drive or service area
  • parking in a loading zone
  • blocking entrances to buildings
  • parking where signs or road marking prohibit parking
  • parking a vehicle on the mall or sidewalk 
  • parking outside the lines designated for parking in a space posted as visitor lot
  • failure to display permit properly
  • parking at a malfunctioned meter
  • five (5) or more outstanding violations associated with the same license plate

Fine Schedule and Payment of Fines 
Uniform traffic summons (moving violations) are returnable to Sweden Town Court.

  1. Payment for parking violations on The College at Brockport campus is returnable to Parking and Transportation Services or Office of Student Accounts and Accounting. 
  2. Payment using My Parking Account is preferred. When paying in person, the citation should be presented for proper credit. If the ticket is paid by mail, the payment and original ticket should be sent to Parking and Transportation Services. 
  3. Violation amounts:

VIOLATION

FEE SCHEDULE

FEE, If paid AFTER 10 business days of issuance of ticket.

First Violation

$25.00

$35.00

Parking in Handicapped Space

$50.00

$60.00

Second/Subsequent same violation

$40.00

$50.00  


Penalty for Non-Payment of Fines:

  • Student Blocks: A student who has outstanding obligations with Parking and Transportation Services will be blocked from receiving any College transcripts or registering from any further courses.
  • Faculty/Staff:  A faculty or staff members who has outstanding obligations with Parking and Transportation Services will be subject to payroll deductions through the campus Payroll Office.
  • All Others:  Applicable state and municipal laws and College policies will apply which could result in denial of renewal of driver’s license or vehicle registration. 
Towing/Vehicle Immobilizer Policy 
The College at Brockport is not responsible for any damages that many occur as a result of the removal or immobilization of any vehicle. Parking and Transportation Services and/or University Police will tow or use the auto-boot immobilizer in the following situations:
  • to impound a vehicle pertaining to an investigation (to preserve evidence) or to disable a vehicle so it cannot be moved before a tow truck arrives (i.e. accident)
  • when the vehicle/license appears on the multiple ticket offender list
  • other instances, when deemed necessary by Parking and Transportation Services and/or University Police.

Removal fee of $25 must be paid by the violator at time of removal of immobilzer. 

Voiding Citations  
The Parking Administrator is responsible for voiding tickets. The following criteria will be used for voiding tickets:

  • violation caused by failure of College faculty or staff to inform or provide necessary parking arrangements for person(s) invited to the College
  • pass or courtesy notice issued prior to violation
  • meter malfunction with proof of malfunction
  • officer error

Appeals

  1. Individuals wishing to appeal a citation and/or tow must submit an Appeal Form (available online) within 10 business days following the issuance of the citation. 
  2. After the 10-day period, the option of appeal expires. 
  3. Appeals are submitted in writing, on the proper form, to Parking and Transportation Services.
  4. Appealed decisions will be in writing. The Hearing Officer will adjudicate within 30 days of the receipt of the appeal.  
  5. All decisions of the Hearing Officer are binding and final.
  6. Citation payments can be made at the Office of Student Accounts and Accounting, online using My Parking Account, and using the form on the Parking and Transportation Services Web page if paying with Easy Money. 
  7. Penalty for non-payment of fines.

    Student Blocks: A student who has outstanding obligations with Parking and Transportation Services will be blocked from receiving any College transcripts or registering from any further courses.

    Faculty/Staff: A faculty or staff members who has outstanding obligations with Parking and Transportation Services will be subject to payroll deductions through the campus Payroll Office.

    All Others: Applicable state and municipal laws and College policies will apply which could result in denial of renewal of driver’s license or vehicle registration.

Last Updated 8/12/11