Parking regulations apply at all DMACC campuses. The registered holder of a parking permit, regardless of who drives the vehicle, is responsible for that motor vehicle complying with all regulations. Violating parking regulations results in individuals receiving a ticket and a fine.
For more outstanding unpaid tickets result in a letter of denial, which prohibits the vehicle from being parked on campus.Registered holders of parking permits have three (3) days to respond to the letter of denial and make payment on the previous tickets. No response from the owners of the vehicles results in their cars being towed at their expense. Parking tickets may be appealed in writing within ten (10) student contact days from date of issuance. Appeal forms are availableat the Physical Plant Office, Building 12, on the Ankeny Campus or in the Business Offices at all other campuses or on the web at www.dmacc.edu/departments/physicalplant/parking.asp.
Ankeny and BooneCampuses: Parking permits are required for all vehicles driven by daytime students. Stickers and Parking Regulations are available at no charge from the Information Desk in Building 1or the Security Office in Building 12 on the Ankeny Campus, and the Business Office on the Boone Campus.Evening and Saturday students are not required to register their vehicles unless parked on the campuses during daytime hours, Monday through Friday.
Urban Campus: Parking permits are required for all vehicles driven on the Urban Campus, including evening and Saturday students and staff. Stickers are available at the Registration Desk at the Urban Campus at no charge.
Skateboarding, rollerblading, roller skating, bicycle stunt riding or similar activities are prohibited on all DMACC buildings and grounds, including roads, drives, parking lots and sidewalks. Bikes and rollerblades are permitted on recreational trails at the Ankeny Campus. Exceptions may be allowed for official DMACC-sponsored programs.