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Parking and Traffic Regulations
It is the policy of the Board of Trustees of Illinois Valley Community College that everyone will obey all posted traffic control signs and laws of the State of Illinois while on the IVCC campus.
All IVCC employees and students will be required to have a parking pass or parking sticker.
All drivers are responsible for obeying all posted parking and traffic regulations, as well as city and state traffic ordinances and laws. Vehicles may be ticketed or towed for failure to obey these regulations, laws, and ordinances.
Parking lot 1 is reserved for faculty, staff, and visitors.
Parking lots 2, 3, 4, and 5 are open for everyone.
Parking lot 6 is reserved for faculty and staff.
Parking lot 7 is reserved for students, visitors, and East Campus faculty and staff.
Parking lot 8 is reserved for ADA parking and Campus Security.
ADA parking is available in lots 6, 7, and 8.
Parking lots 1 and 7 will be open to anyone after 4 p.m., but rules regarding ADA parking and low-emission parking still apply.
The following violations have special significance and will be enforced by Campus Security:
- Parking in ADA spaces (including striped area) without the proper permit
- Parking in low-emission spaces without the proper permit
- Parking in visitors' areas (students, staff, and faculty)
- Parking in reserved areas
- Parking in fire lanes (yellow curb)
- Parking on grass/Parking off roadway
- Obstructing sidewalk or entrance ways
- Obstructing another vehicle
Anyone in violation of any one of the preceding provisions will be ticketed and their vehicle will be towed after the second offense within a 12-month period. The cost of the towing will be the responsibility of the vehicle's owner, and will be paid to the towing company before the car will be released.
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ADA – State permits may be obtained from the local Secretary of State driver’s license facilities. Many local municipalities also issue permits through their offices. IVCC honors both permits.
Low-emission – Permits are issued by Campus Security, Room C103, for vehicles that are listed on http://www.greenercars.org/greenercars-ratings. These permits are a sticker that is to be placed on the driver’s side of the front windshield.
Staff and faculty – Permits are issued by Campus Security, Room C103. These permits are a hang tag which should be hung from the rearview mirror or placed on the dashboard of the vehicle. One permit per employee is issued. If a staff or faculty member has more than one vehicle, he/she may register all of his/her vehicles with Campus Security and either 1) transfer the parking hang tag between vehicles or 2) call Campus Security when he/she brings the vehicle without the hang tag to campus. Staff and faculty may park in ADA or low-emission parking spaces, but must have the proper ADA or low-emission permit.
Students – Permits are issued by Campus Security, Room C103. These permits are a sticker that is to be placed on the driver’s side of the front windshield. Only one permit is issued per student. Students may register additional cars with campus security. Students may park in ADA or low-emission parking spaces, but must have the proper ADA or low-emission permit.
Parking permits are not required at the Ottawa Campus.Back To Top
Illinois Valley Community College has a group of volunteer First Responders. First Responders are certified by the Illinois Department of Public Health and assist people who are in need of emergency medical attention. Ron Groleau, Dean of Natural Sciences and Business, serves as the coordinator.