may obtain a permit free of charge from the Public Safety office during
business hours.
It is unlawful to forge, fabricate or alter a parking permit.
i.
Registration – Vehicles must be registered with Public
Safety within 5 business days from the first time a vehicle
is on college property.
ii.
Student Permits – permits must be affixed to the
exterior
lower driver side of the rear windshield or driver
side of the rear bumper. 
iii.
Visitor/Temporary Permits – permits are to be placed on
the driver side dashboard. 
iv.
Handicap Parking Permits – Public Safety is not
authorized to issue temporary or permanent handicap
parking permits. The vehicle owner can go to the nearest
DMVS office in the county in which they reside to obtain
a Disabled Person’s Parking Affidavit (MV-9D) or they
can complete the form on line at
.
ga.gov/forms/pdf/motor/mv-9d.pdf.  Note: Parking in a
handicap parking place by anyone other than the person
to which the permit is issued is a violation of Georgia
Law. Violators are subject to State of Georgia traffic
citations for this offense.
v.
Unregistered Vehicles – An unregistered vehicle may
be subject to a check with the Georgia Department
of Motor Vehicles or other agency, an immobilization
boot or towing if it is found to be in violation of any
of these regulations. If a College student or employee
has an unregistered vehicle on campus, he/she will
be responsible for all costs involved in the removal of
an immobilization boot, towing charges and the cost
of verification of ownership through the appropriate
agency. Any previously unbilled citations will be billed to
the student’s account.
vi.
Selling or transfer of a Registered Vehicle – When selling
a vehicle, the original owner must remove any Georgia
Perimeter College parking permits on the vehicle and
notify Public Safety of the sale within 5 business days.
Failure to do so may result in any citations received
being the responsibility of the owner of record. 
vii.
Students who are part-time staff – Students who are also
part-time employees of the College
shall not
be issued a
faculty/staff parking permit by Public Safety.
Curb Designations – All curbs adjacent to campus buildings are
considered Fire Lanes unless there are parking spaces designated by
parking bumpers and/or white lines painted on the pavement.  Parking
on a yellow curb is prohibited. Note: Parking in a fire lane is a violation
of Georgia Law. Violators of fire lane restrictions are subject to State of
Georgia citations for this offense.
Lot Restrictions: Reserved parking for Staff and Faculty is indicated by
signage and is enforced Monday-Friday, 7a-7p.  Students may park in
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