Statement of Purpose
This policy delegates the authority of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV) to regulate parking to the Parking and Transportation Services Department.
Parking on UNLV’s property is a privilege granted by the university, not an inherent right of any student, faculty, employee, or visitor and can be revoked consistent with the Parking and Transportation Services Department Rules and Procedures.
Parking and Transportation Services establishes, maintains, and enforces rules and procedures that regulate parking on all of UNLV’s campuses. They can be found in the Transportation Services Department Rules and Procedures.
Nevada Revised Statutes grant authority to the Nevada System of Higher Education (NSHE and the System) Board of Regents (BOR) to govern traffic on the NSHE’s property and state that the regulations have the force and effect of law. In addition, the Nevada Revised Statutes grant authority to the NSHE Board of Regents to prescribe rules for the government of the System. The BOR Handbook grants authority to the president of each institution to establish, approve, and enforce parking and traffic regulations that govern the movement, operation, and parking of motor vehicles on property under the jurisdiction of the institution.
Campus enforcement of parking rules and regulations is managed by the Parking and Transportation Services Department. University Police Services assists Parking and Transportation Services with enforcement as needed. University Police Services has the additional duty of enforcing federal, state, and county laws on UNLV properties, in accordance with the provisions of the Nevada Revised Statutes.4
Entities Affected by This Policy
Entities that are affected by this policy include students, faculty, employees, and visitors. Anyone using the facilities of the university is required to conform to the parking regulations.
Who Should Read This Policy
Students, faculty, employees and visitors to the campus should read this policy.
1 NRS 396.435 Regulations governing traffic on System’s property; publication; filing; penalty.
2 NRS 396.110 Rules of Board.
3 Board of Regents Handbook, Rev. 246 (09/10), Title 4, Chapter 1, Section 11.
4 NRS 396.325 Creation, interlocal agreements with other law enforcement agencies.