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Fines

Citations are issued to any vehicle that violates PSU parking rules and regulations. These violations include:

PLYMOUTH STATE UNIVERSITY PARKING FINES

Description Fine Amount
15 MINUTES–EXPIRED $20.00
30 MINUTES–EXPIRED $20.00
ADMISSION VISITOR PARKING ONLY $20.00
BANK CUSTOMERS ONLY $20.00
BANK EMPLOYEES ONLY $20.00
BLOCKING IN VEHICLE $50.00
BOOT FEE and NO PERMIT $160.00
BOOT FEE and UNAUTHORIZED LOT $80.00
BOUNCED CHECK $50.00
COMPUTER STORE VISITOR $20.00
CROSSWALK PARKING $20.00
EMERGENCY VEHICLE PARKING ONLY $125.00
FAILURE TO DISPLAY PERMIT $20.00
FOOD SERVICE VAN PARKING ONLY $20.00
GRAD STUDIES VISITOR ONLY $20.00
HEALTH SERVICES PARKING ONLY $20.00
INAPPROPRIATE APPEAL $50.00
ITS VAN PARKING ONLY $20.00
LIBRARY VISITOR PARKING ONLY $20.00
LOT MAINTENANCE and NO PERMIT $150.00
LOT MAINTENANCE and UNAUTHORIZED LOT $70.00
OVERNIGHT&UNAUTHORIZED $40.00
PARKING IN A FIRE LANE $125.00
PARKING IN OR BLOCKING A FIRE LANE $125.00
PHYSICAL PLANT PARKING ONLY $20.00
PHYSICIAN PARKING ONLY $50.00
POLICE VEHICLES ONLY $20.00
PRESIDENT PARKING ONLY $20.00
PROVOST PARKING ONLY $20.00
RESIDENTIAL LIFE PARKING ONLY $20.00
SERVICE VEHICLE PARKING ONLY $20.00
SMH PHYSICAL THERAPY PATIENT ONLY $20.00
TOW FOR ILLEGAL PARKING $85.00
UNIVERSITY POLICE PARKING ONLY $20.00
VISITOR PARKING ONLY $20.00
VP ACADEMIC AFFAIRS PARKING ONLY $20.00
WARNING ONLY $0.00
NO PARKING ZONE $20.00
USE OF MORE THAN ONE SPACE $20.00
BOOT FEE $60.00
MAIL VAN PARKING ONLY $20.00
PERMIT NOT ACTIVATED AT PERMITSTORE.COM $20.00
UNAUTHORIZED PERMIT AREA $20.00
LOT LOG ITEM $0.00
NO VALID PERMIT $100.00
OVERNIGHT PARKING and NO PERMIT $120.00
LOT MAINTENANCE $50.00
HANDICAP $125.00
OVERNIGHT PARKING $20.00
CORE VIOLATION $100.00
ILLEGAL/MISUSE OF PERMIT $100.00
SUMMER  PERMIT REQUIRED - WARNING $0.00
SNOW TOW $85.00
SNOW TOW and LOT MAINTENANCE $135.00

Parking Citation Payment

Parking citation information is downloaded daily into the Iparq System at www.thepermitstore.com, if you receive a parking citation you may either mail it to the address on the citation envelope, or you may pay by credit card at www.scapay.com. Once the citation has gone 30 days without being paid or appealed the information is sent to the PSU Student Account Services for billing. At that time the amount of the fine will double and you will be billed at the increased amount. Once you have been billed you may only pay the citation through the bursar’s office. www.scapay.com will not be able to accept any payment of overdue parking citations.

Important information about overdue citations

It is your responsibility to pay or appeal your citation within the prescribed 30 day period. Once the fines have been doubled we can not reduce them to the original fee. This is our policy and the Bursar’s Office cannot reduce your fines or make adjustments.

Community Alerts

Move Out

May 6th, 2014 by Amanda

To students moving out of the Residential Halls please only bring your vehicle up to park near your building for only loading your vehicles with your belongings, also vehicles can not be left in those areas if no move-out activity is taking place.

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