Monday through Thursday 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Fridays 9:00 am – 4:00 pm by appointment only.
PCC offers many parking and transportation options at all of its campuses and centers. The campus map shows parking locations for all campuses and centers, as well as TriMet and PCC shuttle stop locations.
tag Parking permits will be required for the Spring 2023 term.
Spring term online permit sales began Monday, February 27th. Students and part-time faculty will need to go to MyPCC to buy their term permits. Permits are mailed to your home address the week prior to start of the term and orders placed after the beginning of the term will be mailed within one or two business days. See more information about PCC parking permits for students, faculty and staff, and other parking permits and options.
Hourly and daily parking permits are available for the Winter term and Spring term through the permit dispenser machines located on the campuses.
There are plenty of alternatives to driving to PCC alone!
PCC shuttle service
PCC will be operating the free shuttle service during the Winter term and Spring term The updated Winter term shuttle schedule and the Spring term shuttle schedule schedules are both available to be printed now. Please note that the blue line will not run evenings and Fridays due to a driver shortage. See the PCC shuttles page for more information.
More Oregonians qualify for TriMet’s reduced fare with 2023 adjustment to federal poverty rate. TriMet offers a Reduced Fare Program (still available and sold by TriMet) that is the best deal for all TriMet riders including many PCC students. Pay only $28 (72% discount) for a monthly pass or get access to 50% off TriMet single-use tickets and day passes. Full details on program qualifications can be found on the TriMet site. TriMet recently announced that starting in July 2022 and for the next two years, TriMet will give every new and re-enrolling participant in our reduced fare program based on income a free, one-month pass. Please contact TriMet directly if you have any questions about this program. Learn about taking public transit to PCC »
The second best option is the PCC Student Term Hop card (sold by PCC) at a cost to students of $150 which is a 50% discount from the retail price. Spring term TriMet passes will be sold beginning March 19 and will end on Sunday, April 9, 2023. Spring term Hop passes issued by PCC must be purchased online.
Ride your bike or motorcycle
PCC offers bicycle storage and rental options, and motorcycle parking is free. Motorcycles don’t require parking permits, but you can only park in areas specifically designated for motorcycles. Learn more about bikes and motorcycles at PCC »
Use a ride or car-sharing program
Carpool or use one of Portland’s major car-sharing options. Learn more about ride-sharing and car-sharing »
Rules and operations
PCC’s parking regulations, including violations, citations, booting, and towing.
Parking in the neighborhoods surrounding PCC’s campuses and centers is prohibited.
Pay or appeal a citation
Did you receive a parking citation? Use PCC’s Parking Portal to pay or appeal your citation.
Call PCC Public Safety at 971-722-4902 for vehicle unlocks, battery jumps, and escorts to and from your vehicle.
View a complete listing of Transportation and Parking staff.
TDM and sustainability
Details about PCC’s Transportation Demand Management (TDM) and sustainability planning.