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Parking & Traffic Regulations

Pima Community College, by authority of §15-1449 Arizona Revised Statues as amended, has the responsibility for establishing parking and traffic regulations for control of vehicles on PCC campuses. The PCC Police enforces these regulations.

Parking and Traffic Regulations 

Appeal & Fine Procedures

Parking and traffic citations issued by PCC Police may be appealed if a request for an appeal hearing is submitted within seven days of the citation. 

  • Students and employees must file an appeal using the online form found in MyPima (students: Student Life tab; Employees: @Work tab). 
  • The general public may call 520.206.2671 to schedule a hearing. 

 

Any person receiving a citation from Pima Community College Police for a parking or traffic regulation violation may appeal the citation. 
 
Parking or traffic warnings or tickets from other law enforcement jurisdictions cannot be appealed though Pima Community College.

PCC students and employees have seven days from the date the ticket was issued to file an appeal with the PCC Parking and Traffic Appeals Board. The Parking and Traffic Appeals Board is made up of a representative of College Police, one PCC Administrator, one Campus Student Life Coordinator and one Campus Student Body President.

The process begins by completing a copy of the Parking and Traffic Appeals Board Form online at MyPima. 

  • Students should go to the Student Life tab; employees to the @Work tab. 
  • Select one of the preset appeals hearing dates and appeal methods (in-person, by video from a selected campus site or in writing). 
  • Hearings are scheduled twice a month. You will receive an email confirmation of the date, time and location of the hearing. 
  • The hearing must be held within 30 days of the citation date.

Members of the general public receiving a citation from Pima Police for a parking or traffic violation must called the police department at (520) 206-2671 to schedule a hearing; this must be done within seven (7) days from the date the ticket was issued. 

The hearing must be held within 30 days of the citation date. 

At the Parking and Traffic Appeals Board Hearing:

  • Be prepared to answer and ask questions.
  • You should explain why you should be found not responsible for the citation(s). 
  • The PCCDPS Officer who issued the citation(s), or designee attends the hearing and presents evidence, but does not vote on the appeal. 
The Parking and Traffic Appeals Board will make its decision after hearing all appeals scheduled that day.
The Parking and Traffic Appeals Board will contact you via e-mail or by U.S. mail about the Board’s decision seven (7) calendar days after the hearing.
 
If you are found responsible for the citation, the notification will tell you the amount of the fine, how to pay it and consequences of not paying it.* 
 
If you are found not responsible for the citation, you will not be required to pay fines related to this citation.
 
Pay fines at any campus Cashier’s Office. 
All decisions of the Parking and Traffic Appeals Board are final. If you have any questions, please contact the Pima Community College Police Department, 6680 S. Country Club Road, Tucson, AZ, 85709-1740, or (520) 206-2692.
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