TMCC College Catalog
be notified via U.S. mail. Additionally, TMCCPD will notify the
Controller’s Office to initiate a refund to the appellant any
outstanding bail monies.
VALID REASONS FOR DISMISSAL
The only recognized valid reasons for dismissal are:
Meter out of order (must be verified by TMCCPD)
Handicapped permit or placard – not visible (may be
used only one time per academic year)
Citing officer or department error
Official guest of the college (requires written request
from college administrator)
APPOINTMENT OF HEARING OFFICER
TMCC shall appoint a Hearing Officer. The Hearing Officer shall
schedule hearings once each month at dates and times, which
are consistent with usual and customary business hours.
HEARING OFFICER DUTIES
The Hearing Officer shall review/hear the individual’s appeal;
consider any additional witness declarations; review the Citation
Appeals Form, render his/her rulings immediately, and submit
the proper paperwork to dispose of the matter. The Hearing
Officer’s ruling is final.
HEARING OFFICER AUTHORITY
The Hearing Officer has the authority to dismiss citations for
those reasons listed inSection#806 -“ValidReasons forDismissal”
only. The Hearing Officer may not reduce the scheduled bail or
Hearings shall be open to the public. Individual hearings
are limited to ten minutes in length. No sworn testimony
shall be taken. No video or audiotape record shall be made or
maintained. The appellant may make a verbal presentation. No
additional appellant witness testimony will be allowed.
APPEALS – RMC/NRS
TMCC has no authority to review or dismiss these citations.
Appellants must contact the appropriate jurisdiction to obtain
Article IX - Parking Citation Penalties
Citations must be paid in full within 15 days of the date of the
LATE FEES – PAST DUE
Parking citations shall be increased in the sum of $10.00 if not
paid within 15 days, and increase in the sum of an additional
$10.00 if not paid within 30 days.
Example: If a citation is issued on 01/01, the violator has until
to pay the posted bail amount. Between 01/16 and 01/30,
the violator must pay the bail amount plus an additional $10.00
penalty. Commencing 01/31, the violator will pay an additional
$10.00, which equals $20.00 more than the original bail amount
e.g., $25 + $10 + $10 = $45).
All outstanding parking citations shall be paid in full prior to
the end of each semester.
Students who fail to pay all outstanding parking citations
shall not receive grades, transcripts, etc. until such time as all
fees are paid.
Faculty, staff, visitors, etc. are subject to booting or towing at
the owner’s expense consistent with the provisions included in
PENALTY / BAIL SCHEDULES
PARKING REGULATIONS - ARTICLE II
A Red Zone
B Yellow Zone
C Blue Zone
Blocking Traffic Lane
Parking in Areas Not Designed
No Parking” Zone
Duty to Obey Signs
Blocking Gate or Drive
Parking Within Lane
METER PARKING REGULATIONS – ARTICLE III
Meter Payment Required/Expired
Feeding the Meter Prohibited
MISCELLANEOUS NRS/RMC STATUTES – ARTICLE IX
NRS 484.408 Parking spaces designed for the
RMC 6.30.470 Parking in fire lane
RMC 6.30.480 Parking obstructing fire hydrant
Bail schedule for RMC/NRS current as of 03/2005.
Bail amounts are subject to change without notice.
Regulations Concerning Student Sponsored
The scope of these regulations extends to all student
sponsored events. For the purposes of these regulations,
such events include the presentation of speakers, programs,
concerts, dances, solicitation of funds, distribution and posting
of materials, circulation of petitions and surveys and the sale of
The regulations are designed to enhance the students’
opportunities to enrich their educational experiences, to protect
constitutional rights of free expression and to ensure that there
will be no interference with college instructional programs.
The general purpose of all student groups as organized,
recognized and approved under the supervision of the college
administration shall be in conformity with the Board of Regents
policy of the Nevada System of Higher Education and TMCC.
All student organizations are subject to the regulations of and
derive their authority from the Board of Regents, Nevada System
of Higher Education and the rules and regulations of TMCC.
A. Definition: A recognized student organization is defined as
a group which adheres to the following policies.
a. Operates under the advisorship of a member of the college
full-time faculty or staff member.
b. Maintains in the student government office, a constitution
which has been approved by the student senate; a current
list of officers; and signature of the faculty or staff advisor.
Membership in campus student organizations is comprised
of TMCC students totaling at least 75% of their active