Resident permits needed by those who park off campus in Hayward

  • September 30, 2011

Beginning Nov. 1 – per a decision by the Hayward City Council – only cars with residential parking permits will be allowed to park at University Court, along Highland Boulevard, and along Modoc Avenue, near the campus.

Anyone else will be cited if they park in those locations.

This is an order by the City of Hayward, at the request of residents, and the city asked the university to inform the campus community about the new regulation.

The City of Hayward also warns the owners of any vehicles “improperly parked or parked in an unsafe manner” that they are subject to citations at any time.

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