Fines are payable online or at the Transportation Services office in Adams Hall Monday to Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m, or by mail to:
Oregon State University
100 Adams Hall
Corvallis, OR 97331
Fines may be reduced if paid within 10 days.
Immobilization devices (boots) will be released from the vehicle within 72 hours (excluding holidays) of receipt of payment.
|Paid Within 10 days||Paid after 10 days|
|5.2.2.a Parked Without a Valid Permit||$30||$40|
|5.2.9 Counterfeit/Altered/Defacing/Misuse/Lost/Stolen Permit||$300||$300|
|5.3.4.a Parked in posted No Parking Area||$30||$40|
|5.3.7.a Parked over Metered Time Limit||$30||$40|
|5.3.8 Unauthorized Parking in ADA space||$400||$400|
|5.3.9 Non-EV vehicle in EV Space||$30||$40|
|5.3.4.b Parked in Area not Designated as Parking Area (lawn, sidewalk, other)||$30||$40|
|5.3.6.a Parked Over Time Limit ( Posted Time Limits, e.g. Load Zones)||$30||$40|
|5.3.13 Parked in Posted Fire Lane||$30||$40|
|5.2.6.a Only One Vehicle Permitted on Campus at a Time||$30||$40|
|5.3.5 Parked in More than One Space||$30||$40|
|5.3.12 Parked in a Restricted Area||$30||$40|
|5.3.11 Full Size Vehicle in Compact Space||$30||$40|
|5.3.15 Scofflaw Warning - Warning Issued with Second Outstanding Citation||-||-|
|5.1.8.d Suspend Notice - Vehicle banned from Campus Until Outstanding Fines Paid||-||-|
|5.3.15.a Immobilization (boot) for Three or More Outstanding Citations||$75||$75|
|5.3.10.a Motorcycle in Vehicle Space Prohibited||$30||$40|
|5.3.10.b Vehicle not Authorized for Motorcycle Area||$30||$40|
Citations may be appealed online, or with an appeal form submitted to Transportation Services in Adams Hall, within 10 days of citation issuance. Payment of the citation fine must accompany an appeal letter.
You may appeal a citation for situations other than those listed below. It is the appellant's responsibility to provide any evidence to support their appeal.
The following reasons are NOT grounds to appeal a citation:
If the appeal and payment of the fine are not received within 10 days, appeals will not be reviewed, and the fine must be paid.
The decision of the appeal review is final and not subject to further appeal.
The primary method of making an appeal is in writing. An appellant may also request to make an oral presentation at the appeal hearing in support of the written appeal when the appeal cannot adequately be explained in writing. Oral presentations are limited to five minutes.
Letters communicating the results are sent a week after the appeal review.