Student Parking--General Information
There are four (4) Student parking lots at the Olympic College main campus. These parking spaces are clearly posted and striped with white paint. Permits are required for Students and Visitors.
NOW OPEN: The G-1 GENERAL Parking Lot Visitor permits can be obtained at the College Service Center on the 3rd floor, or the Humanities and Student Services information desk, or the Office of Safety & Security located in the Facilities Services Building.
This lot is open for all faculty, staff or students with any valid parking placard or pass. The G-1 lot is first-come-first-served and has no assigned parking spaces. Within the G-1 lot there are designated Handicapped, State Owned, Electric, Micro/Compact and Motorcycle spaces. Parking in these spaces is restricted to those types of vehicles with proper placards or credentials.
Students with valid permits are also allowed to park in the general parking lot located at the southeast corner of the Bremerton campus. This lot is for unassigned parking available to both employees and students. A special discounted permit ($15 per academic year) is available for employees who wish to park in this lot only.
Student permits are paid for and issued by the Cashier's office in the Humanities and Student Services building and copies of OC parking rules and regulations are available at the Safety & Security Office. Students will need to show an Olympic College Student ID card with a current quarter sticker, and vehicle registration to obtain a permit.
Posted Faculty and Staff parking lots are striped and numbered with yellow paint.
Handicap spaces are appropriately signed and are available on Lincoln and 15th, in the S-1, S-4, F-3, F-4 and F-6 lots. Parking in these spaces require appropriate permits.
Carpool/Van pool spaces are appropriately signed, and available in S-1 and S-4 lots; parking in these spaces requires appropriate permits. To apply for Carpool/Van Pool contact Kitsap Transit at 360-373-2877 or 1-800-501-RIDE. You can apply online at http://www.kitsaptransit.com/Carpool/Registration.html.
Open Parking after 4:00 p.m.: With the exception of Fire Lanes, Handicap and Carpool/Van pool spaces which are reserved 24 hrs. a day; there is open parking after 4:00pm during Fall, Winter and Spring quarters, and all day during Summer Quarter. This means that anyone can park in either Staff or Student parking during these periods.
Student Parking Regulations
Permits are required for all students wishing to park on campus. This includes those registered with Kitsap Transit Authority as Car/Van-poolers’, and those with State handicap permits.
Olympic College parking permits may be obtained at the Cashier's office in the Humanities and Student Services building. When obtaining a student parking permit, all students will be required to show their an Olympic College student ID card with a current quarter sticker and a valid vehicle registration for every vehicle being registered with the Parking and Security Office.
- Student lots are posted with signs and striped with white paint.
- Faculty and Staff lots are posted with signs and are striped and numbered with yellow paint.
- Visitor spaces are posted with signs. These are also labeled with the appropriate time allowed for parking
- Handicap spaces are posted with signs and are painted with an international symbol.
- Carpool/Van pool spaces are posted with signs and painted with appropriate symbol.
- Vehicles that are in violation of any part the Violations section ( listed below) will be cited.
Parking Citation Fines
Fines vary from $10.00 to $100.00 depending on the violation. All fees are paid through the Olympic College Cashier’s Office; either by mail or in person during normal business hours. If paying by mail, do not send cash!
Failure to pay fines will result in, but is not limited to: denial of subsequent registration at Olympic College, withholding of transcripts and the forwarding of vehicle/violation information to the State Department of Licensing.
Parking Citation Appeal
All persons have the right to appeal any parking citation withing five (5) working days of the inital citation date. To file an appeal, complete the Parking Appeal Form
The following are unacceptable grounds for appeal:
- Unaware of the rules
- Parking only for a short period
- Failure to/or improper display of parking permit
- Failure to notice signs
Vehicles will continue to be impounded if found to be blocking another vehicle or access, posing any potential threat to property or personal safety, restricting access to emergency vehicles or any reason seen as appropriate by the Safety & Security Supervisor.
Vehicles will be cited 24 hours-a-day year-round for, but not limited to, the following causes:
- parking in a designated "no parking zone"
- occupying more than one space
- blocking or impeding traffic
- violation of visitor parking (Students are NOT considered visitors)
- carpool violation (parking in a marked Car/Van pool spot without a visible, valid permit)
- handicap/accessible parking violation (no valid permit)
- parking in fire lane or traffic lane
- parking on the grass, sidewalks, planting beds or prohibited areas
- parking within the campus core without prior permission
In addition to the above conditions, the following will be enforced between 7:00am and 4:00pm Monday through Friday from the first day of September to the first day of Summer quarter:
- parking in a faculty/staff lot or any assigned parking space
- no visible student permit
- back-in parking - (this includes ‘pull through’ parking) if your vehicle is facing the parking lot driving lane, you are "backed in"
Note: After 4:00pm students are allowed to park in Faculty/Staff lots.
- Motorcycles and motorized bicycles are considered motor vehicles, and the parking violations listed above apply, in addition to:
- Student operated motorcycles shall be parked only in a designated motorcycle parking area or within a parking space in a student lot
- Motorcycles may not be driven on sidewalks, lawns or in the campus core.
The purpose of bicycle control is safety; and this aim will be achieved by keeping bicycles out of buildings, away from building exits and by parking them off of the sidewalks and in the racks that are provided. In addition:
- Bicyclists must always yield to pedestrian traffic on campus;
- Bicycles parked outside of appropriate racks are subject to impound by Security;
- Bicycles are not allowed in buildings at any time.
- For further information contact the Safety & Security/Parking Office at
- Citation appeal information and re-issue of lost permits can be obtained from the Security/Parking Office in the Facilities Services Center.
- Parking on city streets is subject to City of Bremerton ordinances.