Fullerton College: A Pictorial History

Despite the addition of new lots in the 1970s, parking on campus remained a problem throughout the 1980s and 1990s. By 1980, the campus was selling 5,000 permits, with the Associated Students collecting around $40,000 each semester. In this 1981 photo, a Fullerton policewoman is ticketing the car of a Fullerton College student. In 1988, the parking citation policy was changed, with campus safety taking over the Fullerton Police Department’s responsibility for citing illegally parked cars. Money collected went right back into the college, with the campus hoping to get at least $75,000, which would be used for parking lot maintenance. At the time, parking tickets were $14.00 and permits were $20.00.
Tags: parking, fines, fees