Parking Citations and Enforcement

Enforcement

  • Parking policies are subject to enforcement between 7 a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday through Friday

  • Registered vehicles may be parked in any lot after 5 p.m. but must be in their designated lots by 7 a.m. the next business day

  • Violations for parking in a fire lane, reserved space, and parking or blocking an entrance are enforced 24/7

  • A vehicle in violation of policy may be issued a ticket, immobilized, or towed

Discipline and Payment of Fines

  • The individual to whom the vehicle is registered is responsible for all citations to the vehicle
  • Student fines will be charged to the student's George Fox account. Fines can be paid in person at the Student Financial Services office located on the first floor of Stevens Center.
  • Employee fees for lost permits ($5 cash) need to pay at the Campus Public Safety office 

Vehicle Booting Policy

For repeated violations, campus parking privileges may be denied for the balance of the semester or for one year.

If at the time a citation is issued, the vehicle has had previous tickets for unregistered vehicle or five or more tickets, then the vehicle may be towed or immobilized, and campus parking privileges may be denied for the balance of the year.  

If a student receives three or more citations, including for non-registration, the Office of Student Life may be consulted concerning disciplinary sanctions.

The boot may be used in the following situations:

  • 1.  When any vehicle has received three or more non-registered vehicle citations and the student has neglected to contact Campus Public Safety
    • Removal of the boot will occur when the student comes into Campus Public Safety office and completes the vehicle registration process. The student must affix the permit to the vehicle before the boot will be removed. The last offense for the non-registered vehicle will be dropped and the student will only be charged the non-refundable fee of $100 for the cost of the permit.
    • Any other fines for the non-registered vehicle will remain unappealable.  
    • If the owner of the vehicle does not come to the Campus Public Safety office and register within 48 hours of immobilization, the non-action will be cause for the vehicle to be towed at the owner's expense.  We will consider the vehicle abandoned
  • 2.  When any vehicle has received five citations or more and the student has made no attempt to respond to the citations or ask for clarification from Campus Public Safety
    • Removal of the boot will occur when the student signs an agreement stating they will come in to talk with the director of Campus Public Safety within seven days.  
    • If the owner of the vehicle does not come to the Campus Public Safety office and sign the agreement or discuss their parking offenses within 48 hours of immobilization, the non-action will be cause for the vehicle to be towed at the owner's expense. We will consider the vehicle abandoned.
    • If violations continue after the meeting, parking privileges may be revoked 
    • Towing the vehicle may occur if the vehicle is found in violation of the university's parking policies

Appeals

Citation Fees

Parking Fines 


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

George Fox University Campus Public Safety
414 N. Meridian St. #6048
Newberg, OR 97132

Located at 314 N. Meridian St.
(beige house with terra cotta trim located in the Stevens Center parking lot)

503-554-2090

Office Hours
During the academic year
  • 7 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday
During the summer
  • 7 a.m. to 3 p.m., Monday through Friday
An on-duty officer is available by phone 24/7
503-554-2090