Delinquent Parking Violations:
A Parking citation which has not been paid or appealed as provided by these regulations will double in amount as provided below.
A. Citation fines will elevate after 14 calendar days of issuance as in Section VIII, Parking Violations.
B. Following the delinquent date, a written notice of the violation will be mailed to the responsible party. This is a courtesy reminder only and failure to receive it, for whatever reason, does not constitute sufficient cause for dismissing the violation or altering the disposition requirement.
C. Delinquent violations are then forwarded to Accounts Receivable for collection.
Fees and Penalties: Parking Permit Fee Schedule and Violation Fines
Click here to view a list of citations that are issued at CSU and their associated fines.
Note: University funds may not be used to pay for parking citations.
H. Parking Permit Fee Schedule
Click here to view a list of the current parking permits issued at CSU and their associated fees.
|Parking Zones||Times and Days Restricted|
|A lots and zones||7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday except for University Holidays when ALL University offices are closed. Please be aware of specially signed portions of A lots which are enforced until 7 p.m. in lots 310, 350, and 425. Lot 180 and the Lake Street Parking Garage are enforced at all times.|
|Meters, Pay-by-Plate||7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday except for University Holidays when ALL University offices are closed. Pay-to-Park parking in the Lake Street Garage is enforced at all times.|
|ADA spaces; B, D, F, I, S, T, Client, Load , Timed, Construction Zones; Safety and special parking areas||As posted at all times.|
|Q, W, and X lots||7:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Friday except University Holidays when ALL University offices are closed.|
|Z lots||7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday except University Holidays when ALL University offices are closed. The Lake Street Parking Garage are enforced at all times|
|Moby Arena lot||Moby is a special events lot. Parking is restricted during special events dates and is posted in the lot. The lot is regularly enforced at all other times.|
Should any section, article, or paragraph of these regulations be declared unconstitutional or void by any court of competent jurisdiction, the remainder of these regulations shall remain in effect. Under such circumstances, the President or his duly delegated agent shall have the authority to establish a new section, article or paragraph for that which has been declared void or unconstitutional, without prior submission to the Board of Governors, in order to give full force and effect to the intent and purpose of these regulations. Any new section, article, or paragraph shall be submitted to the Board of Governors for ratification as soon thereafter as is practical.
Application of city ordinances and state laws to the campus
Relevant provisions of the Colorado traffic laws and of the Fort Collins city traffic ordinances are applicable on the Colorado State University campus. Court citations are deposed of at the Larimer County Justice Center, 215 N Mason, Fort Collins, Colorado. A CSU Police Department police officer has the discretion of issuing a university traffic ticket, a municipal or a county citation. Please refer to the address listed on the citation for the correct location for disposition.
Regulation of moving vehicles
A. Application of City and State Codes: Relevant Fort Collins municipal and Colorado State traffic laws pertaining to the regulation, control, and enforcement of moving vehicular traffic are enforced on campus streets at all times. Each individual operating a motor vehicle on University property must obey all such parking and traffic controls, signs and lights.
B. Speed Limits: Campus speed limits are 20 miles per hour on streets and 10 miles per hour in parking lots, and parking garages, unless otherwise designated by signage.
C. Parking on Sidewalks or Landscape: Parking on sidewalks, bike paths, or service drives are prohibited except by service vehicles on official University business driving in a manner that would not endanger bicycle or pedestrian traffic. Motorized vehicles are not authorized on fields and grounds of the University not primarily designated as routes of normal travel for motorized traffic.
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