General Information and Quick Links
Please review all resources regarding parking and traffic regulations on campus. Drivers are responsible for knowing and adhering to all campus requirements. Listed below are several links frequently utilized by current students and employees:
- 2020 - 2021 Vehicle registration and instructions
- Complete list of all parking and traffic regulations (accessible with a pepperdine.edu email account)
- Citation appeal website (follow this link only to appeal a citation)
- Special parking needs
- Electric Vehicle Gate Access Agreement
- Parking reservation request form
- Gate access for students & employees with permanent disabilities (DMV handicapped placard)
- Temporary gate access for students with a temporary medical condition (crutches, surgery recovery, etc.)
- Vehicle storage form (continuing students only)- ***During Summer 2020 please contact Stacy Montgomery - Stacy.Montgomery@pepperdine.edu to coordinate your campus visit. This is due to COVID protocols.
- Employee parking dash pass (requires supervisor signature)
Pepperdine Parking & Traffic Regulations (excerpts)
§ 1.01.00 The parking and traffic regulations are in place to provide a safe, efficient, and organized environment for drivers and pedestrians to share the road and parking resources throughout campus. Each registrant is responsible for knowing and adhering to these regulations and procedures. Failure to comply with these regulations is a serious concern and will be reviewed by the appropriate University official and may result in disciplinary action, impact a person's eligibility to park/drive a vehicle on campus or obtain/ renew a parking permit. A summary of these rules and regulations is also present in the Student Code of Conduct and referenced in University Employee Manual. Please contact the Department of Public Safety (DPS) if you have questions.
§ 1.02.00 The California Vehicle Code (CVC) Section 21113a empowers Pepperdine University
Regents to establish specific parking and traffic regulations on University property.
The California Vehicle Code is enforced on all campus roadways as well as the policies
contained in the Parking and Traffic Regulations available on the Public Safety website
https://www.pepperdine.edu/publicsafety. Registrants are solely responsible for familiarizing
themselves with all policies. Pepperdine University Parking and Traffic Regulations
are adopted by the Board of Regents and are available for review in the Department
of Public Safety
§ 1.03.00 These regulations may be enforced by the Department of Public Safety, the California Highway Patrol, the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department, or other law enforcement agencies.
§ 1.03.01 Pepperdine community members, following the Community Enforcement Guidelines, may submit information about parking violations through LiveSafe or use of License Plate Recognition Systems (LPR) that may resulted in an e-cite issued to the registered vehicle owner. Also see: § 14.00.00 Violation Penalties.
§ 1.04.00 All motorized vehicles on campus, including motorcycles, scooters, electric carts, and mopeds must be properly registered with Pepperdine University and the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) as applicable. Compliance with the registration process includes: the proper display of a campus parking permit, possession of a valid driver's license, proof of auto insurance, and current DMV registration tags on the vehicle.
§ 1.05.00 Registrants are responsible for any applicable citation fines incurred on campus.
§ 1.06.00 Pepperdine University reserves the right to revoke an individual's campus parking and driving privileges while on campus property.
§ 1.07.00 The University shall assume no liability or responsibility for theft, damage, or loss that may occur during the use of parking facilities or services. Individuals choosing to park at Pepperdine University do so at their own risk.
Citation Appeals Process
§ 16.01.00 Approximately twenty-four hours after a citation is issued, the recipient may submit an appeal at pepperdine.thepermitstore.com by entering the vehicle license plate number or citation number.
§ 16.02.00 Citation appeals may not be considered after ten days.
§ 16.03.00 Appeals are reviewed and responded to electronically through this automated system at pepperdine.thepermitstore.com
§ 16.03.01 When an appeal is submitted, the deadline to pay the fine is suspended until the appeal is adjudicated.
§ 16.04.00 Appeals are not accepted for the circumstances listed below:
§ 16.04.01 Driver was not aware or did not have knowledge of any Pepperdine University parking or traffic regulation.
§ 16.04.02 The time of day, night, or early morning hours impacted the reason the vehicle was parked in an unauthorized location.
§ 16.04.03 The vehicle was parked in an unauthorized location for only a brief period of time.
§ 16.04.04 There is an insufficient amount parking in desired location.
§ 16.04.05 Inclement weather impacted the reason the vehicle was parked in an unauthorized location.
§ 16.04.06 Extenuating circumstances such as illness, friend in need, deadlines, appointment, exams, large items to deliver, etc. impacted the reason the vehicle was parked in an unauthorized location.
§ 16.04.07 Valid vehicle permit or temporary parking pass was not visible due to having fallen off, blown away, did not have the time and date stamp side, or was placed anywhere other than the proper location in the proper manner (permits on lower left corner of windshield; passes on dashboard).
§ 16.04.08 The carpool pass or temporary permit was issued without the proper date(s) stamped legibly or visibly on both sides of the permit. Drivers should check passes upon receipt.
§ 16.04.09 Recipient did not see or receive citation. Citations are issued either on paper or electronically.
§ 16.04.10 Other vehicles did not receive a citation for the same or similar violation.
§ 16.04.11 The vehicle is no longer owned or in the possession of the registered owner (see § 3.09.00).
§ 16.04.12 The citation was issued while the vehicle was loaned to someone other than the registered owner (see § 1.05.00 and § 3.09.00).