Vehicle Registration Requirements
Purpose: Vehicle Parking Permits ensure that only authorized vehicles are parked on campus. Parking Permits also enable College Officials to locate and contact vehicle owners in case of an emergency.
All students, faculty and staff must register any motor vehicle to be parked at the college. Permits are free and may be obtained during enrollment or with the receptionist in the following locations:
El Dorado - 900 Bldg. 8 a.m. - 7 p.m. Mon. - Thurs. 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Fri.
Andover - 5000/6000/9100 Bldgs. 8 a.m. - 10 p.m. Mon. - Fri. Parking Permits are issued for each school year, August 1 through July 31.
Students, faculty and staff must obtain a Temporary Parking Permit if they park an unregistered vehicle. Temporary Parking Permits may be obtained from the receptionist at the sites and times indicated above in #1.
Motorcycles and motor scooters are considered motor vehicles. Operators of such vehicles are required to comply with all parking and traffic regulations.
Only those visiting campus are allowed to park in Visitor's Parking. Students, faculty and staff are not permitted to use Visitor's Parking, and will be ticketed if parked there.
Parking Permits must be displayed on the rear of the vehicle and be readily visible. Those not readily visible due to window tinting or obstruction, will be ticketed.
Changed vehicle registration information will be reported to the receptionist at the sites and times indicated above in #1.
Traffic and Parking Regulations - All Locations
Purpose: As part of our efforts to maintain a safe and secure learning environment, Butler has established the following traffic and parking regulations:
All vehicles driven or parked on College roadways or property must be insured and registered in accordance with local and state laws. All drivers operating a motor vehicle on College roadways or property must possess a valid driver's license in accordance with local and state laws.
The speed limit on all College roadways is 20 mph. unless otherwise posted. The limit in parking lots is 10 mph. Violators will be ticketed.
Overnight parking is not permitted unless Security has been notified (BOE 321-7657), (BOA 218-6112). Any vehicle parked past 1 am without authorization will be ticketed.
Only Residence Hall students are authorized to park in the residence hall parking areas. Residence Hall students are not authorized to utilize other campus parking areas
Skateboards, roller blades, roller skates, self propelled scooters and similar devices are unauthorized on College roadways and property. The use of motor vehicles including motorcycles and motor scooters are only permitted on roadways and in parking lots. This does not apply to College service vehicles.
The following is a list of PROHIBITED PARKING, PROHIBITED TRAFFIC ACTIONS and fines assessed:
Handicapped Parking $50 fine
Fire Lanes $25 fine
Visitor Parking Areas $25 fine
Sidewalks or Service Drives $10 fine
Driveway Entrances or Intersections $10 fine
Painted Yellow Curbs $10 fine
Painted Red Curbs $25 fine
Painted Solid or Cross-Hatched Areas $10 fine
Loading Zones $25 fine
On grass or off Designated Roadways / Parking Lots $10 fine
No Parking or Tow Zones $25 fine
Not a Marked Parking Space $10 fine
Posted not a Marked Parking Space $25 fine
No Parking Permit / Improper Display $10 fine
No Resident Hall Sticker $10 fine
Not Parked in Residence Hall Parking $10 fine
Unsafe or Reckless Driving $25 fine
Unsafe or Reckless Driving (Accident) $50 fine
Operation of Unauthorized Device $25 fine
Unlicensed Driver $25 fine
Unlicensed Driver (Accident) $50 fine
Uninsured Vehicle (Accident) $50 fine
Responsibility of finding authorized parking rests with the driver. Personal notes of explanation left on the vehicle are not considered valid authorizations for any violations
Inability of the driver to find an authorized place to park is not considered a valid reason to park in an unauthorized place.
Cars may be towed at driver's expense or locked with a security device IF:
Driver refuses to obey traffic and parking rules.
Driver is parked in a "No Parking" or "Tow Zone".
Designated spaces for the disabled are appropriately marked. Only persons with state handicap parking permits and appropriate ID are allowed to park in these spaces. The College does not issue temporary handicap permits. All handicap permits must be obtained through the State of Kansas.
Violator's Obligations and Penalties
Fines may be paid at the following locations:
El Dorado: 600 Bldg. (Accounts Receivable) 8am. - 5pm. Mon. - Fri.
El Dorado: 900 Bldg. (Receptionist) 5pm. - 7pm. Mon. - Thurs.
Andover: 5000 Bldg. (Accounts Receivable) 8am. - 8pm. Mon. - Fri.
Andover: 6000 Bldg. (Accounts Receivable) 8am. - 8pm. Mon. - Fri.
Courtesy boxes are located on campus.
Transcripts will be withheld until all fine obligations are met.
Students will not be allowed to enroll with outstanding fines.
Employees with outstanding fines will be reported to their individual supervisor.
Violation Appeal Process
A person who believes that they have unjustly received a parking violation may appeal. All appeals will be considered by the Parking Appeal Review Committee which meets monthly during the academic year. The decision of the Committee is Final. Persons wishing to appeal may obtain instructions in the Butler Website: www.butlercc.edu or obtain a form at the 900 Bldg. in El Dorado, or in the 5000 / 6000 / 9100 Bldgs. in Andover.