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 Cal Maritime Police Services is responsible for implementing and enforcing laws, rules and regulations for parking and traffic. 

All motor vehicles parked on campus (including those displaying disabled DMV issued placards/license plates) must display an appropriate parking permit. Vehicles that do not display the proper permit are subject to citation. 

To better understand our parking rules and regulations on campus, please take the time to acquaint yourself with the following:

Summer Parking for Student Workers or Participants in 2015 Cruise: Please visit Cashier's Office.

Visitor Parking - Short Term

Parking Permits - Long Term

Parking Rules and Regulations (as of 08/11/14) 

Parking Quick Reference Guide (as of 07/22/14) - a shortened version of the Parking Rules and Regulations)

Parking Overview -- Campus Map

 Disabled Parking Information ***  (Cal Maritime permit required)

Campus Parking Areas -- Lots A Through O

Primary permit type used in each parking lot:  

A (aka 'Admin'): Faculty and staff

B: The 12 paid spaces (between the arrowed signs) are for paid visitor* parking; the remaining spaces are for students.

C (aka 'Boat Basin'): Faculty and staff

D (aka 'Waterfront'): Faculty and staff, visitors*

E (aka 'Egypt'): Students 

(aka 'Upper Egypt'): Students 

G (aka 'McAllister'): Students

H: Staff, visitors in 30 minute spaces**

I: Faculty and staff, SPEL students

J (aka 'Bodnar'): Students

K (aka 'Auto Shop'): Students

(front of Athletics Center): The paid spaces (between the arrowed signs) are for paid visitor* parking; the remaining spaces are for students.

(back of Athletics Center): Students

(motel lot between Athletics Center and Motel 6): Bus Parking, Special Events

*Visitors (including students) may purchase 2-hour, 4 hour, day, evening, and weekend permits via the permit dispensers in lots B, D, J, L, and M. See Visitor Parking for more information. 

** 30 Minute Spaces throughout the campus do NOT require a parking permit

***Disabled Parking Spaces DO require a valid Cal Maritime parking permit

Motorcycle Parking is allowed in motorcycle spaces ONLY; Motorcycle parking spaces / areas are located in lots A, B, D, E, and I.