About Parking for People with Ailments

Northwest Vista College cares about the safety of all of our students, faculty, staff, and visitors, including those with ailments, including physical and mental challenges, and other special needs. We want to ensure that we provide equal parking opportunities to everyone.

Please practice our NVC Touchstone of Caring!

A driver or passenger must have a legal permit to park in a space reserved for persons with physical and/or mental challenges (often referred to as "handicapped" or "disabled" parking). These permits include license plates and placards with the symbol of a person in a wheelchair or "DV" for veterans.

Park Smart!

Did you know?

  • The driver or a passenger who is in the car must be assigned to the tag to park in a space reserved for the challenged person.
  • Using a parking permit that is not yours is against the law
  • Violating the law can result in a fine of at least $230

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