University parking permit regulations are in effect year-round, from Monday at 6am through Friday at 6pm. Infractions such as but not limited to parking in fire lanes, at fire hydrants, in travel lanes, in accessible spaces, University vehicle only, restricted areas, and on the grass are enforced 365 days a year, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
New York State Vehicle and Traffic laws apply to the use and operation of all motor vehicles upon all properties owned or leased by the University at Albany. Policies and procedures are subject to change with approval from appropriate authority.
Responsibility for all parking violations lies with the individual that registered the vehicle with the Office of Parking and Mass Transit Services. If the vehicle is not registered with Parking and Mass Transit, responsibility lies with University members. University members are responsible for violations of family members.
To best maintain patron safety, University policy states no person shall park a vehicle on the premises so as to interfere with the use of a fire hydrant, fire lane, or other emergency zone, create any other hazard or unreasonably interfere with the free and proper use of a roadway or pedestrian way. Emergency situations include snow emergencies in which case special parking restrictions must be followed.
All tickets issued for a violation will record vehicle description and licensing information, time issued, parking decal and fee tag numbers, and the badge number of the citing officer. Tickets will also note location of violation and specific offense(s), with corresponding fine. As a courtesy, vehicles remaining illegally parked in the same parking space will not be held responsible for more than one ticket per calendar day.
For record keeping purposes, all tickets must have either an administrative violation or a parking violation or a parking violation coupled with an administrative violation. The ticket must include the badge number of the officer witnessing the violation and shall be served upon the offender or attached to the vehicle involved.