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Missouri S&T Parking Lot Operations
**Rules in Capsule Form **
Statement of Policy (Section .01)
Definitions (Section .02)
Parking, Security and Traffic Committee (Section .03)
Parking Overview (Section .04)
Regulation of Parking and Traffic (Section .05)
Penalties for Violations of Traffic Regulations (Section .06)
Appeals Subcommittee and Procedures (Section .07)
Parking Lots and Parking Spaces (Section .08)
Parking Permits (Section .09)
Parking Violations (Section .10)
Traffic Violations (Section .11)
Missouri S&T Police Authority/Responsibility (Section .12)
Parking and Traffic Income (Section .13)
Towing and Impounding (Section .14)
Use of Un-motorized Bicycles (Section .15)
1. Parking in permit spaces on campus lots requires a purchased permit. Parking at meters requires payment even if a permit is purchased. Decals (permit and registration stickers) must be affixed to the outside of the rear window or bumper on driver’s side of the vehicle. Temporary tags shall be affixed to the inside rear window on the driver’s side of the vehicle. If the temporary tag is not visible due to tinting, the tag must be affixed to the outside rear window on the driver's side of the vehicle.
2. All vehicles shall be parked HEADING into the parking spaces. (Do not back into or pull through the space.)
3. A visitor is anyone OTHER THAN an employee, student or member of their family. We request all campus visitors to utilize the Havener Center parking lot for their visits.
4. Regulations pertaining to area permits and metered parking are enforced YEAR ROUND from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. except on Saturdays, Sundays and Official University holidays. Other regulations are enforced at all times as noted below.
5. Permit and metered parking at Thomas Jefferson Residence Hall shall be enforced 24 hours a day 7 days a week.
6. Employees and students lending their vehicle to a visitor will be responsible for any violations occurring on campus.
7. Parking permit owners shall park only in the area to which the purchased permit allows access.
8. Employees and students without parking permits shall use only metered spaces.
9. Specially marked disabled parking, driveways, yellow curbs and zones, spaces marked for 24 hour enforcement, fire lanes, vehicle types and areas not designated as a parking area , etc. shall be enforced 24 hours a day 7 days a week.
10. University driveways, yellow curbs and zones and any other area not specifically designated as a parking area shall not be used for parking at any time.
11. The Director of the Missouri S&T Police Department, with the concurrence of the Parking Committee Chair, shall have the authority to suspend all or part of the parking regulations for specific periods of time.
Missouri S&T Parking -- Statement of Policy
The size of the student body and the faculty, coupled with the fact that a large number of students live off-campus, leads to a relatively large number of motor vehicles on and near the campus. This traffic load, in turn, complicates parking for the campus citizen and creates a hazard for vehicles and pedestrians.
It is the policy of the University to provide parking space upon the campus for its regular employees and, within the limitation of available space, for students. It is in the best interest of University employees and students that rules and regulations be adopted governing the keeping and use of automobiles by university personnel on campus, providing parking areas and providing methods of enforcing these rules and regulations.
These rules and such supplementary regulations, as shall be adopted by the Parking, Security and Traffic Committee in accordance with these rules, shall be known as, "The Missouri S&T Parking and Traffic Regulations."
"Chancellor" shall mean the Chancellor of the Missouri University of Science and Technology
"Committee" shall mean the Parking, Security, and Traffic Committee, Missouri University of Science and Technology.
"Chief of Police" shall mean the Director of the Missouri S&T Police Department at the Missouri University of Science and Technology.
"Student" shall mean any person enrolled at the Missouri University of Science and Technology., for academic credit or as a hearer, regardless of the number of hours carried.
"Employee" shall mean any person rendering service to the University of Missouri for compensation, or any person employed by any agency connected or assigned to the University of Missouri. An employee may also be a student. For these regulations, the status of a person who is both an employee and a student shall be determined by that person's primary purpose for being on campus. Such person shall be considered an employee unless the Committee decides otherwise in each case.
"Visitor" shall mean any person not defined as an employee or student or their families
"Disabled Persons" shall mean those persons certified by the normal licensing process of the Department of Revenue as needing special parking facilities. (A temporary disability permit may be issued by the Missouri S&T Police on a need basis.)
"Motor Vehicle" shall mean any self-propelled vehicle.
"Parking" shall mean stopping or standing regardless of whether the vehicle is left unattended or with a driver in the vehicle.
"University of Missouri property" shall include all property owned or leased by the University of Missouri located in Rolla, Missouri, or vicinity.
"Drives or driveways" shall mean any street, alley, road, or any area in parking lots which is not designated for parking and which is located on University of Missouri property.
"Parking space" on the University of Missouri property shall mean any space specifically designated and marked for the type of vehicle parked.
"Official university holidays" shall mean those holidays established by the University Policy and Procedure Manual, that is: New Year's Day, Martin Luther King Jr. Recognition Holiday, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day and the Friday following and Christmas Day.
Where any person is described or referred to in the masculine gender, females as well as males are included.
"OGS" shall mean any person who is an active employee or student at Missouri S&T and a member of the Order of the Golden Shillelagh.
"Motorized scooter" shall mean any wheeled, open device, regardless of the number of wheels, powered by any style motor, which is no larger than 49cc; excluding those required under the Americans with Disability Act.
The Committee shall be composed of three faculty members elected from and by each School or College for a two-year term with one half being elected each year, two undergraduate students selected by Student Council, one graduate student selected by the Council of Graduate Students, and one staff member selected by the Staff Council. The Director of Physical Facilities (voting) and the Director of the Missouri S&T Police Department (non-voting) shall be ex-officio members. Staff Council and student terms shall be for one year. Two additional members may be appointed by the Chancellor. The Chancellor shall designate one of the committee members as chairman.
The Committee shall have the power and authority to adopt rules governing the conduct of business, including appointment of and delegation of power to such sub-committees which may be deemed necessary to implement these regulations.
The Committee shall have the power and authority to adopt supplementary regulations consistent with these rules for the purpose of regulating parking and traffic at the Missouri University of Science and Technology. When such supplementary regulations are adopted by the Committee and approved by the Chancellor they shall become part of the Missouri S&T Parking and Traffic Regulations. A copy of the regulation changes made over a reasonable period shall be filed with the Board of Curators.
The University, insofar as it is able, shall provide parking facilities for its regular employees. Insofar as it is able, the university shall provide on-campus parking facilities which shall be properly prepared, marked, and maintained as university parking lots. All such lots shall be maintained for the use of the university employees, students and visitors to the university. Other persons employed on campus may apply to the Committee for use of parking facilities.
The Committee shall prescribe the rules governing the classification and use of parking lots, the qualifications for parking on lots, the rules for application, issuance and use of parking permits and any other rules needed to regulate parking.
The Committee shall establish parking fees for the use of university parking facilities, subject to the approval of the Chancellor.
All on-campus parking facilities shall be under the charge and administration of the Committee.
Employees and students of the university shall pay at designated rates for permits to park in the university facilities except on lots designated as "Special Purpose Lots" (See .08.0804.06). The Committee may provide for the issuance of parking permits at the designated rate in special cases to non-employees who require parking facilities to provide service to the university. Such permit holders shall be subject to all university parking and traffic regulations. Failure to pay fines will result in the loss of campus parking privileges.
Full-time employees of the university shall use payroll deduction for payment for parking permits. For those who wish to obtain car pool permits, the payment shall be paid by the holder of the permit application.
Student parking fees will be collected through the student billing system.
The Committee shall have the responsibility for formulating the parking and traffic regulations governing drives and areas of campus of the Missouri University of Science and Technology. Recommendation for changes in traffic or parking regulations pertaining to city streets which pass through or near the campus will be forwarded to the Chancellor for consideration and possible referral to city officials.
The Committee shall prescribe penalties for violations of Parking and Traffic Regulations. Such penalties may include the assessment of a monetary fee and the suspension or revocation of parking privileges granted under these regulations. In addition, the Committee may refer to the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs for other appropriate disciplinary action, the case of any student who repeatedly violates these regulations.
Methods of collection of fees for violations of these regulations by employees and/or students shall be established by the Committee.
Any employee or student receiving a notice advising that he has violated a traffic regulation shall make payment of any monetary fee assessed therefore at the Cashier's Office, or in a designated drop box, within seven days after receipt thereof, or file an exception (an appeal) to the assessment of the fee with the Missouri S&T Police Department within seven days from notice of the violation. Notice of the violation is normally considered the date on which the notice is written, but no later than the date of the first university billing. In the event a student fails to pay any monetary fee assessed for the violation notification within the seven-day period as set out above, the monetary fee shall be entered into the students accounts receivable billing system, and a monthly statement is issued from the Cashier's office. If the statement is not paid by the due date, a financial hold is placed on the student's grades. In the event an employee fails to pay any monetary fee assessed for the violation notification within the 7 day period as set out above, the fee assessed shall be withheld from his or her pay. In the event the employee or student files an exception or appeal within the seven-day time limit set out above, collection or other adverse procedures shall be suspended until final disposition of the appeal.
A Subcommittee on Appeals shall be appointed from the full Committee consisting of a faculty member, a non-academic employee, an undergraduate student and a graduate student.
The duties of the Subcommittee on Appeals shall be to consider and adjudicate all complaints and/or petitions from employees and the student body. Decisions by the Subcommittee on Appeals may be re-appealed to the Committee. In general, unless new or additional information has been made available, the full Committee may not hear the re-appeal. If the Committee chooses not to hear the re-appeal, the decision of the Subcommittee shall be final pending appeal to higher authority as prescribed below.
The person in charge of supervising parking will be responsible for keeping written records of all proceedings and actions taken and will make regular reports of the Appeals Subcommittee’s work to the Committee. It shall be the duty of the person in charge of supervising parking to ensure that all appeals are submitted in a timely manner. Once the person in charge of supervising parking has submitted the appeal to members of the Appeals Subcommittee, the Appeals Subcommittee will have 20 school days after being sent the appeal to take action on the appeal or the appeal will automatically be granted. If the Appeals Subcommittee is not available between the end of the Spring semester and the start of the Fall semester the person making the appeal will have the option of either having the appeal submitted to the Chairperson of the Parking Committee (or his/her designee) for adjudication or waiting for the appeal to be sent to the Appeals Subcommittee upon the start of the Fall semester.
If an appeal is denied by the Subcommittee, the student or employee who submitted such appeal may within 14 days from the notification of the decision of the Subcommittee on Appeals, request that a re-appeal be considered by the Committee. If the Committee denies the re-appeal or chooses not to hear it, the employee or student has the right of appeal to the Chancellor (or his designee). This re-appeal must be made within 14 days from the notification of the decision by the Committee. The decision of the Chancellor (or his designee) shall be final.
A referral of a student's case to the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs under the provisions of paragraph .0601 may be appealed by the student in accordance with the University regulations.
A set of guidelines for submitting an appeal shall be provided by the Missouri S&T Police Department when any employee or student indicates a desire to file an exception (an appeal). No exception or appeal to a violation may be made after this seven-day period had passed.
Each parking lot or space shall be clearly identified as a Missouri University of Science and Technology parking lot. A marker shall prescribe the type of permit required, if any, for parking thereon or any other qualifications for use.
The Committee may designate specific parking spaces for special purposes, such as for Disabled, "official" vehicles, loading zones and motorcycles. Private vehicles may use loading zones for a period of up to 30 minutes.
The Committee may meter parking spaces and provide for the meter parking conditions. Any parking space in a lot is considered to require the appropriate parking permit except when a parking meter is provided for that space.
Parking lots other than the special purpose spaces of section .0802 shall be of the following categories.
Lettered areas -- a group of designated lots in which a permit is required and identified by a specific letter. A permit is required to park in these areas; the permit holder must select a lettered area and is allowed to park only in the designated area selected.
Area T-- the parking area by the Thomas Jefferson Residence Hall is a special purpose lot for residents and employees of TJ Hall. A permit is required to park in this area. Spaces will be designated for employee parking only during specific hours as so determined by the Committee or Chief of Police.
Area X -- the parking lot by the Multi-Purpose Building is for activities within the building or those who have an area X permit. Employees must purchase any permit to park in this lot. (Any lettered permit will be authorized to park in this area.) Students can register their vehicle at no charge and park in this lot, while utilizing the building during open building hours, for a period not to exceed three hours. Overnight parking is restricted to specifically authorized vehicles.
"Special Residence" lots shall be those lots, whatever their location, which are open to parking by those with a special designation permit. As a general practice, responsibility for upkeep and operation of these lots can be assigned by the Committee to another university operation.
"Special Purpose" lots shall be those lots, wherever their location, which are open to parking by those without campus parking permits; e.g. the Golf Course parking lot, the Intramural Fields parking lot.
"Visitor" lot is located southeast of the Havener Center and is reserved for campus visitors. Employees, students, and members of their families, (including those who hold parking permits or registration decals) shall not park in the visitor lot unless they park at the parking meters and activate them with coins. Any campus visitor receiving a traffic violation is encouraged to return it to the Missouri S&T Police Department for cancellation.
Parking permits shall be required for all parking on the Missouri S&T Campus except for metered spaces and specifically designated lots or areas of lots as described in paragraph .0804.05 and .0804.06. Parking permits shall be permanently affixed to the rear bumper or the outside lower corner of the rear window on the driver's side. In the case of a motorcycle, the permit shall be affixed to the rear fender. A permit is valid ONLY when placed at, and visible from, one of the described locations on the vehicle. The OGS decal shall be recognized as a valid parking permit for the designated PRIORITY parking lot selected for those members of OGS who have paid the appropriate parking fees for the year in question and have notified the Committee of their desire to use this provision.
Parking permits shall normally be issued prior to the beginning of the academic year, but may be issued at any other time (on a pro-rata fee basis) according to the availability and at the discretion of the Committee. Employees who have unpaid parking fees will not be issued a new permit until those unpaid fees are paid. Employees who have unpaid parking fees exceeding $100 will have their current parking permit revoked until such time as the unpaid fees are paid. University employees and others requiring short term parking privileges may apply for temporary permits at any time. Permits shall be issued on a priority system to employees, students, and others authorized in Section .0405.
Faculty, staff, and students will be assigned parking permits based on the following priority system:
Persons with disabilities.
OGS members and Emeritus faculty.
Chancellor, Provost, Vice Provost, Vice Chancellors, Deans, Curators Professors, Endowed Professors. (Priority is assigned to the position, not the person.)
All other full-time faculty and staff based on Missouri S&T benefit eligible employment start date.
All other part-time faculty and staff based on Missouri S&T employment start date.
Students renewing permits.
Graduate Teaching Assistants according to the student and employee systems.(starting May 2007)
Students classified as seniors according to the student system.(starting May 2007)
Students classified as juniors according to the student system.(starting May 2007)
Students classified as sophomores according to the student system.(starting May 2007)
Students classified as freshmen according to the student system.(starting May 2007)
All other students according to request date and availability (first come, first served).
If further classification to establish priority within groups is needed, the years of the individual's qualifications within his/her highest priority group shall be used. Priority assignment to other persons qualified under Section .0405 shall be at the discretion of the Chief of Police under the supervision of the Committee.
In the event a person resigns from one of these positions, they are reassigned parking permits based on the above system and availability of parking space.
Parking permit assignments for full-time employees will follow the campus parking priority system described above with each employee being assigned their first choice if available. If the first choice is not available, the second choice will be assigned, but the affected employee is automatically placed on the waiting list for their first choice. If first and second choices are not available, then the third choice is assigned (or fourth if third is not available), and the employee is automatically placed on each of the higher priority waiting lists. The same procedure is completed for all employees in sequential order according to the campus parking priority system.
Each year all full-time employees will be reissued a parking permit in the same area unless they have become eligible for a space in one of their higher priority choices or parking spaces have been reduced. (If parking spaces have been reduced, permit holders will be displaced out of the area by reversing the priority system.) After employee renewals, any available spaces in parking areas will be assigned to full-time employees based on their position in the waiting list. After all full-time employees have been assigned parking permits, part-time employees and students will be allowed to renew permits in their current area. Any additional space available will be assigned based on position on the waiting list. If an area has no waiting list, parking permits will be sold on a first come, first serve basis.
Any full-time employees assigned an area other than their first choice will automatically be assigned to the waiting list for each of their higher priority choices. Position on the waiting list is in order of the campus parking priority system. Students may sign up on the waiting list for the following year starting May 1.
Any time that additional permits are assigned, they will be assigned in the waiting list order. If no one is on the waiting list, parking permits will be sold on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Parking permit applications from employees and students for the Fall Semester shall be made on or before a date specified by the Committee. Applications received by the due date will be maintained in a priority list based on paragraph .09.0903. Applications received after the due date will be served on a first-come, first-served basis.
The applications must be signed to authorize for payroll deduction, authorize a student account charge or be accompanied by the appropriate fee.
The Committee shall decide at which level to oversubscribe the parking lots.
The fee schedule for parking permits shall be set by the Committee, and may be obtained by calling the Missouri S&T Police Department at 341-4303 between 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. Monday through Friday.
Refunds for unused parking privileges shall be pro-rated on a monthly basis for any remaining full months upon return of the permit scraps to the Missouri S&T Police Department. Refunds shall not be made on car pool or multi-car permits unless all permits involved are returned.
Car pool permits: When an employee or student wishes to use a single Missouri S&T parking space for alternate vehicles at different times, additional (with a maximum of six  total) or replacement permits may be purchased by the original applicant. Such vehicles shall be consistently identified on pertinent permit applicants as vehicle #1, vehicle #2, etc.
Multi-car permits. When an employee or student wishes to use a single Missouri S&T parking space for alternate vehicles, owned by the employee or student, at different times, one additional permit will be provided at no charge. Other additional or replacement permits may be purchased.
Universal permits will be valid in any area, except the Visitor area and metered spaces..
Disabled permits will be valid in any disabled space on campus, except in the visitor area.
Lettered permits will be valid in the designated lettered area.
Any permit will be valid in the area X permit section.
Motorcycle permits will be valid only in spaces marked for motorcycles.
A limited amount of "metered" parking is available in some lots.
Student registered vehicles may park near the Rock Mechanics and Compression Flow lab buildings at no charge; student registered vehicles may park in the permit section of area X during the open building hours only, unless otherwise authorized.
Noon permits will only be valid in the designated area after 12:00 p.m.
Regulations of parking shall be in effect Monday through Friday throughout the calendar year except for official holidays (see paragraph .02.0214). Hours of enforcement shall be from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Parking may be restricted in any parking area to accommodate a special event being held on campus. Notice of restricted parking will be posted in the appropriate parking area 24 hours in advance of the special event, when possible. Regulations pertaining to specially marked disabled parking, driveways, yellow curbs and zones, spaces marked for 24 hour enforcement, fire lanes, vehicle types, and areas not designated as parking areas, etc., shall be enforced at all times. The Chief of Police, with the concurrence of the Committee Chairman, shall have the authority to suspend all or part of the parking regulations for a specified period of time.
No motor vehicle on the Missouri S&T campus shall:
Be parked in a parking area or parking space without the correct permit for that area or space.
Be parked at a parking meter during any time after expiration of the paid meter time,except as provided in Section .1001.
Be parked in a visitor's area (except metered slot) if owner or operator is an employee, student or a member of their families.
Be parked in any position except head-in to a parking space.
Be parked so as to use more than one parking space.
Be parked in a restricted area or zone.
Have their parking sticker inappropriately affixed to their vehicle.
A fee of $10.00 shall be payable by any person who violates the provisions of section .1002.
No motor vehicle on the Missouri S&T campus shall:
Be parked in a parking area or parking space without a valid or current permit.
Be parked in patient parking unless using the Health Education Resources facilities as a patient.
A fee of $20.00 shall be payable by any person who violates the provisions of section .1003.
No motor vehicle on the Missouri S&T campus shall:
Be parked on any portion of the campus not specifically designated as a space for parking purposes (including fire lanes).
Be parked (official vehicles excepted) in a space reserved for the parking of official vehicles.
Have affixed to it a counterfeit, altered, bogus or otherwise non-issued parking permit.
Be parked in a parking space designated and marked for use by persons with disabilities unless the operator of the vehicle is disabled and has the Missouri S&T issued disability decal properly affixed to the vehicle.
Be parked in a space reserved or designated for specific users.
Be parked in a loading zone in excess of 30 minutes.
A fee of $30.00 shall be payable by any person who violates the provision of section .1004.
If car pool or multi-car permits have been issued under the provision of Section .0904.03 and more than one of the vehicles is parked on campus, the original applicant's vehicle shall be considered parked legally. A fee of $30.00 shall be payable by the registrant of each additional vehicle. In addition, violations of this rule may be considered cause for revocation of the car pool or multi-car parking privilege. The Missouri S&T Police Department may grant exception to this rule for limited occasional use upon prior request.
A $20.00 charge will be assessed to any identified violator with 10 or more parking violations within a 12 month period from September 1st through August 31st.
Any vehicle receiving 13 violations within a 12 month period from September 1st through August 31st will be towed from campus at the owner's expense.
Any vehicle receiving more than 13 violations, but less than 18 violations, within a 12 month period from September 1st through August 31st will be assessed an additional $20 per violation.
Any vehicle receiving 18 violations within a 12 month period from September 1st through August 31st will be towed from campus at the owner's expense and an additional fee of $20 will be assessed for this violation (in addition to the fee from .1006.02).
Any vehicle receiving more than 18 violations within a 12 month period from September 1st through August 31st will follow the above outlined procedure of 4 violations between each vehicle tow as well as incurring additional fees.
A$35.00 charge will be assessed to any unidentified violator with 1 or more outstanding fine(s) whose vehicle has to be booted (immobilized).
Vehicles that are not lawfully registered, inspected, licensed or operational are not permitted to be parked on university property. Such vehicles will not be left unattended for over three consecutive days on university property without being moved. No such vehicle at any time may be repaired or stored on the premises. A fee of $25 shall be payable by any person who violates the provision of section .1008 and the vehicle may be subject to towing at the owner's expense.
Motorized scooters will be parked in Missouri S&T motorcycle parking areas only with the appropriate parking permit affixed properly.
A fee of $20.00 shall be payable by any person who violates the provision of section .1009.
No motor vehicle shall be operated on the Missouri S&T campus:
In a careless or reckless manner.
In excess of 15 mph (unless otherwise posted) on any university street or drive.
In the wrong direction on a street or drive designated for one direction traffic only.
On any part of the campus other than an existing street, driveway, alley or parking area (except when specifically approved by the Missouri S&T Police Department).
A fee of $30.00 shall be payable by any person who violates the provisions of section .1101.
A person may operate a motorized scooter on Missouri S&T parking lots, subject to the following conditions:
A motorized scooter may not be operated upon any sidewalk.
A fee of $30.00 shall be payable by any person who violates the provision of section .1102.01.
A motorized scooter operated upon any street must be equipped with reflectors.
A fee of $10.00 shall be payable by any person who violates the provision of section .1102.02.
An operator of a motorized scooter shall in all situations yield the right-of-way to pedestrians.
A fee of $30.00 shall be payable by any person who violates the provision of section .1102.03.
No passengers are allowed on a motorized scooter, unless the scooter is specifically designed for carrying passengers.
A fee of $30.00 shall be payable by any person who violates the provision of section .1102.04.
Motorized scooters may only be operated during the hours from sunrise to sunset, unless equipped with a fully operational headlight.
A fee of $10.00 shall be payable by any person who violates the provision of section .1102.05.
The Chancellor has assigned responsibility for enforcement of the regulations to the Missouri S&T Police Department. In this parking and traffic regulation role, except in cases involving felony by motor vehicle or possible felony by motor vehicle, the Department operates under the coordination of the Committee Chairman.
Every person operating or parking a motor vehicle on the Missouri S&T campus shall abide by the directions and commands of the Missouri S&T Police in such operation and parking.
A fee of $30.00 shall be payable by any person who violates the provisions of section .12.
Income provided to the university through these regulations (permit fees, meter income and violation fees) shall be used only for the direct expenses and administrative cost involved in providing suitable parking facilities.
Expenditures of these funds will be under direct supervision of the Committee, and an open accounting for expenditures will be provided periodically. An annual plan shall be forwarded to the Chancellor for approval during the campus budget building process.
The Chief of Police or the Chief's designated representative is authorized to impound and remove any motor vehicle illegally or improperly parked on the grounds of the university. The owner or legally responsible operator of such vehicle shall pay all towing and storage charges involved and neither the Missouri S&T Police Department nor university assumes liability when vehicles are towed.
Any member of the Missouri S&T Police Department may impound any motorized scooter operated/parked in violation of any of the parking rules and regulations and will be retained until all associated fines have been paid.
A fee of $6.00 shall be payable by any person who violates the provision of section .1402.
Un-motorized bicycles (including but not limited to: bicycles, skateboards, roller blades, roller skates and scooters) shall:
Only be stored in University provided bicycle racks.
Not be permitted in any University building unless stored in a University approved housing room or office.
Not be permitted in any hallway or doorway of any University building.
A fee of $6.00 shall be payable by any person who violates the provisions of section .1501.
Be parked in one of the bicycle racks provided at various convenient locations.
Give the right-of-way to pedestrians.
A fee of $6.00 shall be payable by any person who violates the provisions of section .1502.
The Missouri S&T Police Department may impound any bicycle, skateboard, roller blades, or roller skates found in violation of the provisions. Impounded bicycles, skateboards, roller blades, or roller skates shall be returned upon payment of the violation fee and proper identification of the bicycle, skateboard, roller blades, or roller skates by the owner.
Un-motorized bicycles (including but not limited to: bicycles, skateboards, roller blades, roller skates and scooters) are permitted to be operated on all university streets and drives: however, they are not to be operated in any University building or hallway. Loss or theft of bicycles while on university property should be reported to the Missouri S&T Police Department.
It is suggested that bicycle owners have their bicycles marked for identification by the Missouri S&T Police Department to facilitate tracing of stolen bicycles.
All bicycles should be locked and parked in appropriate racks.
This edition of the Missouri S&T Parking, Security and Traffic Safety Regulations has been revised to include changes previously adopted by the Committee. Changes were approved by the Chancellor and filed with the Board of Curators as prescribed by Section .0303, Missouri S&T Traffic Regulations.
The regulations provide for the payment of established fees for parking privileges and set fees for violation of regulations set forth herein. Fees received under these regulations shall be used only to offset direct expenses involved in providing suitable parking facilities. Questions concerning these regulations or suggestions for improvement of campus traffic and parking should be directed to the Missouri S&T Police Department, Parking Lot Operations, or to a member of the Committee.
Effective Date: 7-1-99