Department Of Public Safety
In Fall 2023, parking permits are required for all vehicles parked on any part of the Solano Community College campus.
Refer to parking handbook for further information.
Parking is enforced on all Solano College District properties. Any improperly parked vehicle will be cited. This includes parking in disabled parking without proper permits, red zones, and any areas not designated for parking.
Paying or contesting citations are subject to time constraints.
You have 21 days from the date of the citation or 14 days from the date of Notice of Illegal Parking to pay or contest a citation. It is your responsibility to ensure meeting the timelines.
Disregarding a parking citation will not make it “disappear.” The citation will be processed according to the law and a “Notice of Illegal Parking” will be mailed to the registered owner of the vehicle.
General questions regarding parking citations can be answered by calling 707.864.7131 or emailing email@example.com.
Due to a new law (AB 503) that went into effect on August 1, 2018 for California universities and community colleges, a payment plan for low-income individuals with multiple unpaid parking citations is now available. Delinquent fines and penalty assessments are waived when a low income plan is approved but are reinstated if out of compliance (late payment). To qualify for the payment plan, you must meet the following criteria:
- You must have multiple tickets outstanding
- You must be the registered owner of the vehicle
- You must apply within 60 days of citation issuance or 10 days after administrative hearing determination, whichever is later
- You agree to pay a $5.00 processing fee that must be paid either at the time of application or added to the payment plan amount
- The payment plan cannot exceed 18 months
- In order to receive a waiver of fines and penalty assessments, you must make all payments on time
- You must certify that you meet one of the following income criteria:
To qualify for the Low-Income payment plan, you must meet one of the two following conditions:
1) Your monthly income is 125% or less of the federal poverty level, as shown below: