PARKING PERMIT PROCEDURES

The grace period for parking in the student lot without a sticker is over!
PLEASE DO NOT DRIVE INTO THE STUDENT LOT WITHOUT A PARKING STICKER BECAUSE YOU WILL BE TICKETED! 
Please see Ms. Lynn in the office to pick up your parking sticker once
you complete the Student Parking Application. 
 


STUDENTS MUST APPLY FOR A NEW PARKING PERMIT EACH SCHOOL YEAR.

  1. Follow the link to complete the Parking Permit Application: Student Parking Application or use this QR code:
     2.   Please see Ms. Lynn in the office to pick up your parking sticker.   Please be aware that senior parking spots are assigned.  Most stalls are painted but some are not but they are ALWAYS numbered.  Do not park in ANY numbered stall unless it has been assigned to you.

CAREFULLY REVIEW THE FOLLOWING
STUDENT PARKING RULES AND REGULATIONS
WHICH ARE ALSO IN THE STUDENT PARKING APPLICATION:
  • Students may NOT park on campus prior to receiving a permit.
  • Unreserved spaces are available to students on a first come, first served basis.  Parking can become limited – possession of a parking sticker is NOT a guarantee that there will be a parking space available.
  • The Staff lot is NOT available to students between 7:45am - 4:15pm.
  • Permits MUST be clearly displayed and adhered to the inside lower left hand corner of the front windshield.  Taping it to the windshield does not comply.
  • Permits are NOT transferable to any other student or vehicle.
  • Speed limit in the parking lot is 5 mph.
  • If more than one member of a family will be driving the same car to school, each student must submit this application and all associated paperwork, but will share the same sticker. Siblings driving different cars must apply for and have different stickers.
  • Students understand that when driving an alternate vehicle, they MUST sign in the vehicle every day BEFORE 2nd period using the QR code found below under FAQs or on the window to the left of the Attendance office.  Please be aware that this sign-in will be time stamped and you may receive a parking citation if you submit after 2nd period begins.
  • Only the student who has a parking permit may sign in a different vehicle.
  • RBHS assumes no responsibility for theft or damages that may occur while vehicles are parked on campus.
  • Only students with a Senior Parking Sticker may park in a senior spot.  Senior parking stalls are numbered stalls.  Most are painted but some are not.  Please be aware and DO NOT park in a numbered stall unless it has been assigned to you.
  • Students are not allowed to loiter in the student lot before, during, or after school hours, including break and lunch.
  • Vehicles may not be used as lockers.  Students may not access vehicles during the school day.
  • Vehicles are subject to search by administration and law enforcement at any time.
  • Citations are issued by the City of San Diego.
  • Citations can and will be issued for non-compliance of ALL parking lot rules and regulations.
  • Fines are set by the city and vary according to the specific offense.
  • There is NO appeal process at the school site. Please read the citation in regard to the city's appeal process.
 
PARKING PRIVILEGES MAY BE SUSPENDED OR REVOKED
FOR ANY REASON INCLUDING THE FOLLOWING:
GPA below 2.0
Unsatisfactory Citizenship
Attendance issues
Misuse of permit
Reckless driving
Discipline issues
Excessive parking citations
 
FAQ’s:  STUDENT PARKING
Where do I put my parking sticker?
Your parking sticker goes on the driver's side, bottom, left, INSIDE corner of your FRONT windshield.

Can I let someone else park in my senior spot?
Absolutely not!  Your parking spot is only for the car that YOU registered to be in that spot.  It is not to be shared or sold to your friends.  If you are an early grad and want to give up your spot or give it to a friend, contact Mrs. Morris in room S-2.  If approved, the new occupant of that spot will need to complete the Student Parking Application and notify Ms. Lynn of the change.

Can I put my sticker on another car since I'm not driving the original car anymore?
No.  You must complete the google form for the new car and get a new parking sticker for that new car.  Removing your sticker and putting it on a different car can result in a parking ticket.

Can I park in the student parking lot on the day that I’m planning to get my parking sticker?
No.  There is always a chance that you did not complete all the paperwork correctly.  You will receive a ticket if parked in the lot without a sticker.

What if I have to drive a different car?
You must sign-in before 2nd period using your phone and the QR code below or follow this link: https://forms.gle/hLKZFyiR4hu9sKMj6. This sign-in will be time stamped so please know that you may receive a parking citation if you submit after 2nd period begins.  You can only sign-in if you already have a current parking sticker and need to drive an different car for a few days.  Please come into the office if you are unable to use the QR code.

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How much is a parking sticker?
Your first parking sticker is free.  Replacement stickers and stickers for additional cars are $5 each.
 
If you have any questions, please contact Lynn Nakagawa at lnakagawa@powayusd.com
or call 858-485-4800 ext. 4507 or just come visit me in the office.
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