Parking Citation Appeals

The George Fox parking policies are designed to ensure that university parking facilities are able to serve all university residential and commuter students, employees and guests – and to maintain positive relationships with private property owners living within and near University property.

The university requires Campus Public Safety to enforce the parking policies by patrolling parking areas and streets and issuing citations to those in violation of these policies.

If you received a parking citation but believe that you were parked in compliance with the university parking policies, you may appeal that citation by following the instructions that you received in an email that was sent to you at the time the citation was issued. The link to appeal is also on the citation that you received on your vehicle.

Please read the following instructions carefully before submitting your appeal:

Appeals may be granted for two reasons:

  1. If there is substantial evidence the appellant did not commit the violation for which the citation was issued. Evidence must be provided in the appeals process.
  2. The appellant may have committed the violation, but circumstances were not under the appellant’s control. Prior to being issued the citation, the appellant made an attempt to notify Campus Public Safety of the situation. Evidence of these attempts must be provided.

Student Appeals Process

Employee Appeals Process

If you have any questions about the appeals process, please email

Campus Public Safety is not responsible for parking information you receive from anyone but us.

Contact us at 503-554-2090 or

The Campus Public Safety office is located at 212 Carlton Way, next to Weesner House.