30-Day Temporary Disabled Person Parking Permit Guidelines
Individuals with disabilities must display a valid California or out of state Department of Motor Vehicles Disability Placard, DP License plate, or blue SSU 30-Day Temporary Disability Parking Permit, and a valid SSU Parking Permit in order to use the parking spaces designated for those with a disability.
A SSU 30-Day Temporary Disability Parking Permit may be obtained by qualifying students, faculty or staff from the Disability Services for Students office located in Schulz 1014A. The DSS office is open Monday through Friday from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM, and can be reached at (707) 664-2677, or Dial 711 for relay.
General questions about disabled persons parking may be directed to Transportation and Parking Services at (707) 664-4321 or email@example.com. You can also visit the Transportation and Parking Services website.
Obtaining and Use of a 30-Day Temporary Disabled Person Parking Permit
- Complete and sign an application for a 30-Day Temporary Disabled Person Parking Permit available at the Disability Services for Students office located in Schulz 1014A, or on-line at Temporary Disability Parking Application.
- Provide medical documentation related to the need for temporary disabled person parking.
- Those persons utilizing a 30-Day Temporary Disabled Person Parking Permit must also display a valid SSU parking permit or decal. Semester permits can be purchased online using the Parking Management Bureau online system, or a daily permit is available for purchase from any Parking Information Booth or daily parking permit dispensers located throughout the campus.
- Vehicles displaying a valid DMV disabled placard, plate or SSU Temporary Disabled Person Parking Permit and a valid SSU Parking Permit may park in any Disabled Person Parking Space in either a Reserved, Residence Hall or Non-Reserved lot. Vehicles meeting the above criteria may also park in any other marked space in non-reserved, reserved or residence hall parking lots, excluding those spaces specifically marked as timed or loading zones, spaces reserved for state vehicles or reserved for designated individuals, departments or functions.
- Temporary disabled person parking permits may not be extended beyond the original 30 calendar days.
- Individuals who require temporary disabled person parking more than once during a 12 month period due to separate injuries or illnesses may receive a new 30-day temporary disabled person parking permit. All temporary disabled person parking permits are subject to review and approval by Disability Services for Students and Transportation & Parking Services.
- If you are seeking temporary disabled person parking for longer than 30-days, you may wish to obtain a DMV Application for Disabled Person Placard or Plates. The DSS office also has the DMV application available upon request.
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