Parking and Transportation Services

Sylvania CSB 329 | 971-722-8181 | Fax: 971-722-4762 | parking@pcc.edu | Open Mon-Fri, 8am - 4:30pm

Permits Required

With certain exceptions, any vehicle parked on a PCC campus or center must display a current student or staff parking permit on their rear view mirror or dash. Permits are required at PCC year round.

Permits are not required on weekends or Holidays. Permits are not required in 30 minute parking zones and designated motorcycle parking areas. Permits are not required for off-campus classes.

At the Portland Metropolitan Workforce Training Center, the Newberg Center, the Hillsboro Education Center and the Willow Creek Center, students do not need a permit to park. However, staff who are assigned to these centers must have a PCC parking permit.

Parking in the adjacent neighborhoods is not allowed.

Visitor Parking

Visitors and guests must purchase and display a daily parking permit in order to park on PCC roadways and lots. These daily permits may be purchased at any campus pay station. Permits are not valid in areas set aside for staff parking.

Disabled Parking

PCC temporary disability permits are available for students, employees and visitors who require special parking due to an accident or injury, such as a broken leg. To get this permit, take a letter from a medical doctor explaining your mobility problem to the Office for Students with Disabilities. If they approve your request, they will issue you a temporary disabled parking permit to use in conjunction with your PCC parking permit. These permits (maximum one, two-week permit) will let you park in specially marked PCC temporary disability parking areas. This permit does not entitle you to park in state DMV disabled parking areas.

Parking areas for persons with disabilities are located on every campus. Vehicles using these designated areas must be transporting the disabled individual and display a state-issued disabled license plate or placard. Vehicles in disabled parking spaces must also properly display a valid PCC parking permit.

Trouble Finding Parking?

Additional parking options are available for the three major campus locations, including overflow shuttles at Sylvania, which are generally in operation during peak hours at the beginning of the term.

Motorist Assistance

In conjunction with the PCC Department of Public Safety, vehicle unlocks, battery jumps and escorts to and from your vehicle are available. For this service, dial extension 4902 from any campus phone.

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