Parking and driving on Campus is governed by the California Vehicle Code and CMC Board Policy 7190. There is a 10 MPH posted speed limit and parking is only allowed in permitted spaces. Vehicles mechanically unsound and/or left abandoned will be towed at the owner’s expense.
Help us help you have a safe experience by following the law. Failure to do so may result in a fine, loss of permit or both.
RIDE THE BUS FOR 50c!!
Copper Mountain College Foundation partners every year with the Morongo Basin Transit Authority so CMC students with a current student id card can ride for only 50c each way. Click here to view the bus routes for MBTA
Why take the bus?
- Do homework on the way to class
- Save YOU money
- Make time for yourself
- Explore your community
- Meet new people
- Catch some ZZZs on the way to and from class
Students use this service to attend classes, go shopping or for recreational activities; there are no restrictions on where or when you can ride MBTA at this price.
Parking Citations & Appeals
Parking citations are payable within 14 days of issuance.
- Make payment in the Cashier’s Office, only if made within 2 weeks of receiving the citation.
- Pay online at the website listed below. (You will need the citation or the citation number in order to make a payment)
- If you wish to appeal the citation you must do so online and understand that the reply to the appeal will go to the REGISTERED OWNER of the vehicle.
Parking Citation Service Center website:
Citations may be appealed. Follow the instructions on the link below.
Parking permits are obtained at time of registration and are issued on an individual basis for each vehicle. Permits can be purchased and obtained at the Cashier’s Office, located in the 300 Quad.
A valid parking permit must be obtained and visible in accordance with the parking regulations prior to parking on campus. Parking is only allowed in the permitted parking areas denoted on the campus map. Parking in any other area on campus is prohibited and subject to citation and/or towing at owner’s expense. The only exception is the single handicap space located just inside the automotive fenced area.
Vehicles parked without a permit or are left on campus for extended periods are subject to fines and towing at owner’s expense.