Parking & Transportation

Take advantage of the affordable parking pass offered at $30 per semester (or $20 with a BOG fee waiver). Visit the Business Office today (or purchase online) to avoid tickets and gain access to convenient, safe, on-campus parking.

Business Office
Rodda North 173
916-558-2321

Parking structure hours of operation*:
Monday – Friday: 6 am – 11:30 pm
Weekends: 6 am – 9 pm

*There is NO parking in the structure overnight.

Don’t want to drive? Take advantage of the nearly $300 in savings for a Regional Transit Pass as an SCC student. Get the UTP sticker on your Student Access Card and ride RT systems in Sacramento, Yolo, Folsom, El Dorado and Elk Grove. For more information visit the Student Access Card web site.

There are lots of great reasons to park at college lots so find a student parking lot with the Student Parking Map web page.

You can also Car Pool to the College. The College can help you get information about car pool parking permits and find people to share rides with.

Sacramento City College college is a very safe place and you can follow general safety tips to keep it that way. Always report crime and suspicious circumstances on campus to the College Police Communications Center and let the College Police handle them.

Regional Transit Bus and Lightrail

You can take Regional Transit bus and light rail directly to the City College Station. Or, no matter where you live, you can drive to the nearest Regional Transit light rail station park-and-ride lot and take light rail to the college. The lots are free, well lighted, and patrolled. Along the South Line alone, the 47th Avenue Station has 424 spaces and the Florin Station has 1076 spaces – a total of 1500 parking spaces. Learn more at www.sacrt.com, 321-BUSS (2877), or TDD: 483-HEAR (4327).

Taking RT to SCC means you can arrive on campus, take a class, take light rail downtown for lunch, to run errands, or take a class at our Downtown Center, and come back for more classes on the main campus without having to worry about finding another parking space or paying for parking near the Downtown Center.

Take advantage of this great opportunity to save gas money, parking fees, wear and tear on your car, and help reduce air pollution!

If you are a registered student, remember to pick up your Universal Transit Pass (UTP) sticker and affix it to your Student Access Card to ride RT Buses and Lightrail. For more information visit the Student Access Card web site.

Visitor Parking

Visitor parking is located in front of the College Store, in the west lot, in metered spaces and in several other areas marked as “30 minute” parking.

Parking for People with Disabilities

Parking for people with disabilities is available throughout the campus. Students who park in disabled parking are required to purchase a Daily Parking Permit or Semester Permit. Failure to do so will result in a citation. All parking spaces are clearly marked with standard blue color and signage. Parking in these spaces is strictly enforced. A blue or red handicapped placard or handicapped license plate is required and MUST be visible when occupying a handicapped space on campus. To utilize a handicapped placard to park in a white/student space or yellow/staff space on campus, the applicable student or staff permit must be visible along with the handicapped placard/plate. (LRCCD Regulation 2252 and Ed Code 54100).

Child Development Center Parking

The Child Development Center has parking north of the CDC in the west parking lot. These spaces are for pickup and drop off for a maximum of 20 minutes.

Motorcycle Parking

Motorcycle parking spaces are available throughout the campus in designated spaces. Parking in these spaces requires a permit that can be obtained through the Business Office or online. Motorcycle permits are $15 during the fall and spring semesters and $8 during the summer session. As with any motor vehicle, the motorcycle must be properly registered with the California DMV to operate on the campus.

Bicycles, Skateboards, Motorized Scooters

Bicycles, skateboards, and motorized scooters may be ridden on the roads and in the parking lots for the purpose of transportation to and from the campus only. They are not to be ridden on the sidewalks, walkways or any inner campus areas and buildings. Bicycles must be locked to a bicycle rack or stored in a bicycle locker. Bicycles and skateboards are NOT permitted in the parking structure.

Bicycle Lockers and Racks

Approximately 500 bicycle parking spaces are located at several sites on campus. You are not required to buy a parking permit for bicycles. All bicycles should be locked to bicycle racks only. Nearly 40 bicycle lockers are available for rent for $18 each, plus a $10 refundable key deposit, per semester. Bicycle lockers may be rented through the Business Office. All students are required to walk, not ride, their bicycles in the quad area.

Motor Vehicle Parking Permits

Parking of motor vehicle on campus is by permit only and only in the structure and the north, south west lots. Semester permits may be purchased at the Business Office or online for $30 ($20 for students with BOG fee waiver), and $15 during the summer session.

Daily permits can be purchased for $1 from any of the machines located within the student parking area. Permits are valid in the student parking areas, which are marked by white curbing and striping. Faculty and staff parking are marked with yellow curbing and striping.

The semester permit may be affixed to the lower passenger’s side corner of the windshield or students may purchase a holder from the College Store to affix the permit and display it from the rear view mirror. Daily permits must be displayed on the passenger’s side of the dash, opposite side of VIN. The permit numbers and date (if printed) must be visible. Daily permits from other Los Rios Community College District campuses (ARC, CRC, FLC) are NOT valid at SCC. Semester permits from those campuses are accepted. All permits must be visible in order to be valid. Motor vehicles without proper permits will be cited.

Parking Enforcement

Permit Parking is enforced Monday through Thursday from 7 am to 11 pm and Friday from 7 am to 5 pm when classes are in session.

All red zones (no parking), green zones (limited time parking), and blue zones (handicapped), are enforced 24 hours a day, 365 days of the year.

Liability

The college and the district are not responsible for any vehicle damaged, stolen, vandalized, or burgled.