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Parking and Transportation Services

Parking and Transportation Services


Violations & Fine Amounts

Violations & Fine Amounts


UC Vehicle Code and Violations

Violations and Fine Amounts
Traffic and Parking Code (links to Davis campus)


UC Davis Medical Center Parking Policies

Parking Facilities - General Information
Parking Fees
UCDMC Parking Lots
Validated Visitor Parking
Permit Parking
Traffic and Parking Violations/Citations
UCDHS Med-Transit and Intercampus Shuttle Service


California Vehicle Code

State of California Vehicle Code, Department of Motor Vehicles


Citation Appeals

Citation Appeals



UC Davis Medical Center parking policy and regulations in accordance with the California Vehicle Code, and the ordinances of Sacramento County are in effect and enforced at all times. Citations will be issued according to the printed and posted regulations.


If You Recieve a Citation


  1. Unpaid citations will accrue additional late fees which eventually result in a lien on the vehicle's registration at the Department of Motor Vehicles.
  2. Five or more outstanding parking citations may result in your vehicle being booted or towed and impounded for outstanding parking violations. The vehicle will not be released until all outstanding citations (including the towing and storage fees) are paid in full.


How to Pay Your Citation

Mail your check or money order to:

Parking & Transportation Services
4800 2nd Avenue, Suite 1100
Sacramento, CA 95817

When mailing your payment, please remember to:
  • Write the citation number and vehicle plate number on the check or money order
  • Make payable to "UC Regents"
Note: Credit cards and other payment mediums cannot be accepted by mail.

Parking Office:

Facilities Support Services Building (FSSB)
4800 2nd Avenue, Suite 1100
Sacramento, CA 95817

Office hours: 7:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m, Monday through Friday.

For in-person payments, the Parking Services office accepts all major credit cards (VISA, MasterCard, Discover, American Express), checks, money orders and cash.


If you feel that your citation was written in error, you may contest it. Citations must be contested within 21 days from the date of issuance. For instructions or additional information, view the Appeals page on this site or contact the Parking Office.


Preventing a Citation / Parking Tips

For a list of common parking violations and how to avoid them, see the Parking Tips section of the FAQ page.