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2017 – 2018 LWTech Student Handbook
Parking & Transportation
For complete rules and policies associated with parking please visit Campus Safety and Security. Free general parking, only within marked, painted parking stalls, is available to all faculty, staff, and students. Rules have been established for student and visitor safety. Anyone involved in an on-campus vehicle accident resulting in injury or damage exceeding $500 must immediately report the accident to Campus Safety and Security.
Parking Vehicles on Campus East Building, E145
(425) 739-8224
Parking in any other place not specifically designated by painted stalls or signed as a motor vehicle parking space is prohibited. State motor vehicle regulations also apply. Contact Campus Public Safety if temporarily disabled or inoperative vehicles must be left on campus. After 72 hours vehicles may be impounded at the owner’s expense.
Citations may be issued for violating parking regulations. Vehicles that violate parking and traffic regulations may be cited and/or towed and impounded under WAC 495D-116-170 (at the owner’s expense). The speed limit on the LWTech campus is 10 miles per hour. Kirkland police may issue citations for violations of traffic law and parking infractions as they apply throughout the City of Kirkland. Other information about parking is as follows:
Bicycle Parking
Bicycle racks and bike box lockers are available and rental is coordinated through Facilities and Operations. Bikes may not be secured inside buildings.
Carpool Parking
Carpool permits are issued yearly and are available at the Campus Public Safety Office. Carpool regulations require two or more people per vehicle and permit holders may register multiple vehicles. Carpool parking areas are restricted to current permit holders 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. Carpool parking areas are open to general parking after 5 p.m. during the week and anytime on weekends.
Accessibility Parking
Accessibility parking spaces are located on campus, in accordance with ADA Regulations. A valid state accessible parking placard or accessible license plate must be visible when parking. Violations of accessible parking rules may be reported to Campus Public Safety
Visitor Parking
Visitor parking spaces are available to guests, in the west parking lot. Visitors must sign in at the visitor computer located in the West Building at the information desk. Visitor parking spaces are open to general parking after 5 p.m. during the week, and anytime on weekends.
Dental Clinic Parking
A limited number of parking spaces are reserved and available for dental patients, from 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday in the North and South Parking Lots. Faculty, staff, and students may park in dental spaces only after 5 p.m. during the week, and anytime on weekends.
Motorcycle Parking
A limited number of motorcycle spaces are located throughout campus. While motorcycles may park in any designated, painted parking space, 4-wheeled vehicles may not park in spaces designated (signed) for motorcycles only.

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