The Department of Public Safety has authority to enforce any and all parking and traffic regulations on the Florida Gateway College Campus.
a. Licensed vehicles -
1. Motor vehicle per Florida Statute 320.01
b. Unlicensed vehicles -
1. Skateboards, scooters or any device equipped with wheels upon which a person may stand or ride.
2. Roller-skates/in-line Skates (Devices intended to be strapped to the foot with wheels.)
3. Bicycle, Per Florida Statute 316.003(2)
4. Hover boards , a levitating board used for personal transportation.
B. Anyone operating any vehicle on any of the campuses of Florida Gateway College must do so in a safe, courteous, and legal manner. Faculty and Staff are provided free parking hangtags. Students are not required to have parking hangtags
C. Parking is allowed only in designated spaces. Students are not allowed to park in areas designated for Faculty and Staff.
D. Violations and fines are listed in District Board of Trustee Procedure6Hx12:5-05.
E. Designated Parking: Parking spaces are designated from 7:00 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. for faculty/staff. The spaces designated “Handicap Parking”, which are available to individuals displaying a handicap decal issued by the Department of Highway, Safety, and Motor Vehicles, are designated 24 hours a day, seven (7) days a week. Reserved parking for Cosmetology patrons is Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday from 7:30 a.m. until 3:30 p.m.
F. Abandoned motor vehicles left on campus over one week will be towed and stored at the owner’s expense.
G. Bicycles will be ridden in a safe manner with all pedestrians having the right of way. Bicycle traffic shall be restricted to those roadways open to motor vehicles. All other sidewalks, passageways, concourses, and hallways are closed to bicycle traffic unless clearly marked as open to such traffic.
- Skateboards, Scooters, Hover boards, roller-skates, and in-line skates may not be ridden anywhere on the Property of Florida Gateway College.
I. Parking is prohibited in the following areas:
1.Within 10 feet of a fire hydrant or in a fire zone
2. In a loading area
3.In a driveway
4. a sidewalk
5.On a crosswalk
6. On grass
7. In an area obstructing traffic or properly parked vehicles
8. Reserved spaces
9. Within an Intersection
J. During special events, certain parking lots and roads may be restricted.