Parking Information

Apr 1, 2024

parking permits will be required to park on State Center Community College District owned property, which includes Madera Community College.

Purchasing Parking Permits

The District has partnered with a new vendor, Parking Management Bureau (PMB), to manage and administer parking permits for students, staff, and visitors. Through PMB, parking permits will be available for purchase online at starting July 1.

Once your permit is purchased online, a physical parking permit will be mailed to you. You will have the ability to print a temporary parking permit while you wait for your permit to be delivered. When you purchase your permit online, you will need to add your vehicle license plate number.

You may also make a cash purchase of a parking permit from the cashier’s office in AM-115:

Costs (no change):

  • Semester Permits (Fall or Spring) - $30.00 each
  • Summer Permits - $20.00

Daily Permits:

Daily permits will also be sold online at for $1 and may be used to park in general parking areas. QR codes will be posted throughout the parking lots for online purchases of the daily permits.

Motorcycle Parking:

Motorcycles may park in designated motorcycle parking stalls free of charge. When motorcycles are parked outside of designated motorcycle parking areas, parking permit requirements shall apply.

More information:

You may also find information regarding citations and the process to contest a citation at Please refer to Administrative Regulation 6750 Parking and Board Policy 5030 Fees for additional information.

If you have any questions regarding parking, you may contact the District Police Department at (559) 244-6140.


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