Review our Frequently Asked Questions for more information.
There are 7 parking lots available throughout the Ocean Campus for guests and visitors to use. Two lots are available to park in before 5pm, and all lots are available to park in after 5pm.
- Reservoir Lot (parking allowed before & after 5pm)
- A-Lot (parking allowed after 5pm)
- C-Lot (parking allowed after 5pm)
- H-Lot (parking allowed after 5pm)
- N-Lot (parking allowed after 5pm)
- Q-Lot (parking allowed after 5pm)
- S-Lot (parking allowed before & after 5pm)
All parking lots require a parking permit to park in. Daily permits are available to purchase for $5.00 from permit machines in each lot. Parking permits must be visibly displayed on the dashboard of the vehicle.
You can visit our parking Information page for more about parking.
Section 40202 of the California Vehicle Code (CVC) mandates that law enforcement officers cannot “conceal, modify, nullify, or destroy” a parking citation after it has been issued. Instructions on how to protest or pay the citation are contained on the back of the ticket. To protest or pay a citation online, please visit https://ccsf.thepermitstore.com/
For more information regarding citations, please review our parking information page.
As peace officers, District police officers have the authority to sign off on a “fix-it” ticket. You must have the violation corrected, have the ticket in your possession, and the vehicle present for the officer to observe.
(Non-sworn security officers and student officers do not have the authority to sign-off on a “fix-it” ticket).
For access into a CCSF building or facility, contact CCSF Buildings & Grounds at 415-239-3546 or Custodial Services at 415-239-3225.
District officers will only allow persons into a building by prior arrangement with the Buildings and Grounds department, Chief of Police or another Administrator.
We might be able to help you with your dead battery. Please call 415-239-3200 for battery jump assistance here at CCSF. It may be best to contact your road-side assistance company for help.
With some vehicles, District police officers may be able to assist you in gaining entry. With many newer models, however, this may not be possible. If assisted by District police, the department and the district entails no liability for any damage that may be caused by assisting in vehicle entry. Additionally, you may be asked to sign a waiver form. For lock-out assistance at CCSF, please call 415-239-3200.
It may be best to contact your road-side assistance company for help.
All parking lots have parking permit machines for purchase of a daily parking permit.
For student semester parking permits, you can purchase a permit from your student portal, call 415-239-3345, or visit MUB (Multi-Use Building) 360.
For full-time employees, parking permits can be obtained via the iPARQ website https://ccsf.thepermitstore.com/. For step by step instructions https://www.ccsf.edu/campus-police/semester-parking-permits.
For part-time employees, please contact the District Police Department at 415-239-3200 or email@example.com
For guests/visitors, please purchase a permit from the daily parking permit machines located in a CCSF parking lot.
Only one report is required to be made, either with SFPD or our Department. Both SFPD and SFCCDPD reports get entered into the same database at the Hall Of Justice. However if you have filed a report with SFPD and you want to let us know about the incident, please contact us and give us the SFPD case number.