Parking Rules and Regulations
For Parking Assistance call (706)729-2090.
Student, Faculty, and Staff. All motorized vehicles parked on the ASU campus must display a current parking decal which should be properly displayed on the vehicle’s rear view mirror. Students, Faculty, and Staff are not authorized to park in VISITOR spaces; these are reserved for off campus visitors. Decals on motorcycles/scooters should be affixed to a front fork or to the rear of the bike where it is visible. Motorcycles/scooters must park in spaces designated for motorcycles. Bicycles do not require a decal for parking. Should you desire, however, its description and serial number can be recorded. Bicycles must be parked in bicycle racks and a lock is recommended to deter possible theft. For safety and liability reasons, no skateboarding or rollerblading on sidewalks, walkways and/or in or around campus buildings will not be allowed.
Decals may be picked up at the Public Safety Office Monday through Friday (see hours listed on parking web page at http://www.aug.edu/public_safety/parkingintropage.html ). A current parking decal must be displayed by the end of the first week of the semester. Replacement and second decals and can be obtained for a fee.
Temporary decals are issued free of charge to students, staff, and faculty who have previously purchased a current decal. Temporary decals are limited to a two-week period. A note affixed to the vehicle is not accepted as a temporary decal. Part time faculty, staff, work-study, student assistant, transient, graduate and alumni students who are attending classes are required to obtain a current parking decal (not a temporary decal). Parking lots and spaces are designated for students or faculty/staff parking and vehicles therein must display the appropriate, valid decal. Students may park in faculty/staff lots between the hours of 4:30 p.m. until 6:30 a.m. Students may not park in visitor spaces.
All vehicles illegally parked are subject to be issued a citation. This includes parking on yellow curbs, on the grass, next to fire hydrant, or in handicap spaces without the proper handicap decal displayed. Motorcycles will also be cited for parking near building entrances, on the grass or areas not designated a motorcycle parking space. Overflow parking spaces are located in St. Mary’s Catholic Church, First Southern Methodist Church, Adas Yeshurun Synagogue, and Trinity on the Hill Methodist Church.
\Handicap Decals: Valid handicap plates and permits issued by the State of Georgia or other states will be honored on the campus. Applications for State handicap decals are available in the Public Safety Office.
Visitors: Visitors must stop at the Public Safety Office to obtain a current visitor decal before parking on campus.
Student Appeals: Citations may be appealed to the Student Government Judicial Cabinet within five (5) business days inclusive of the date of the citation or the right to appeal is forfeited. Citations must be paid prior to appealing. Appeal forms are also available in the Public Safety Office. For procedural questions contact the Student Judicial Cabinet at 706-737-1608. Towing and Immobilization: Individuals who have received three citations and have neglected to respond either by appeal or payment will be placed on a tow/immobilization list. A fourth citation may result in the vehicle being towed or immobilized by a car boot. All fines including a boot removal fee must be paid before a vehicle is released. In addition, a vehicle may be towed if it presents a traffic safety hazard. ASU assumes no responsibility for damage as a result of vehicle being towed. The owner of the vehicle will be responsible for the towing expenses.
Accidents: The driver (s) involved in any accidents on campus resulting in the injury to, or death of, or damage to any property of another shall immediately stop their vehicle at the scene of the accident. The persons involved should remain at the scene of the accident until an officer arrives and completes their investigation. Drivers must present the officer (s) with valid proof of insurance and driver’s license.
Speed Limits/Traffic: Posted speed limits must be observed: Parking lots speed limit 10 mph and all other areas 15 mph. Pedestrians have the right of way and caution must be exercised at all times while driving on campus.
|Handicap Access or Space||75.00|
|Fire Lane or Within 5" of the Hydrant||75.00|
|Failure to Display Current Decal||25.00|
|Yellow Curbs or Lines||25.00|
|Improperly Parked in Space||25.00|
|Warning Notice||(No Fine)|