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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.
A committee of students and staff has endorsed the following guidelines. Parking lots 2, 3, 4, 5 and 7 are reserved for student parking. Parking lot 7 is also reserved for East Campus employees and guests.
Everyone is expected to abide by state traffic laws and campus parking regulations. The following violations have special significance and will be enforced:
- Blocking roads or walkways;
- Parking in fire lanes;
- Driving or parking on the lawn;
- Blocking the exit route of other parked cars;
- Parking in the Faculty/Staff lots (1 and 6), visitor parking spaces, or parking spaces for the disabled; and
- Not parking within parking space lines.
Persons in violation of any one of the preceding six provisions will have his/her cars towed and impounded at a local towing company. The cost of the towing will be paid by the violator to the towing company before the car will be released.
Parking lots 1 and 6 will be open to anyone after 4 p.m., but rules regarding handicapped parking still apply. Visitor parking permits are available through the Business Services Office and Campus Security.Back To Top
Handicapped Parking & Temporary Parking Permits
A limited number of handicapped parking spaces are available for students and employees who are temporarily or permanently disabled. Handicap parking is available in parking lots 1 and 6, in the circle, on the east side of the Cultural Center and in parking lot 7. Only permits issued by the Illinois Secretary of States Office are valid. For questions on parking procedures, contact the Associate Vice President for Student Services or Campus Security.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.