Campus and Parking Services (CAPS)
|Zone Name||Zone Number|
|GC Lot 1||9230|
|GC Lot 3||9231|
|GC Lot 4||9232|
|GC Lot 4a||9233|
|GC Lot 5 and Garage||9235|
|GC Lot 7||9236|
|CC Lot 1||9237|
|CC Lot 2||9238|
|CC Lot 4||9239|
|CC Lot 5||9240|
|CC All Other Lots or Any Lot||9241|
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CAPS can provide both vehicle battery jumps and vehicle unlocks when needed. Please call (619) 644-7654 to request assistance. The person requesting vehicle assistance must present a pictured identification and must be the registered owner for the vehicle. A Request for Motorist Assistance Waiver of Liability Form must be completed by the person requesting assistance to relieve the liability from the District on any damages that may occur to the vehicle during any complimentary service. CAPS cannot provide services for vehicles parked off campus property.
All students, staff and faculty, vendors and guests must display a valid parking permit while parked at the Grossmont and Cuyamaca campuses. Parking rules and regulations are enforced year round including holidays, Spring break, weekends and summer session. Owners are solely responsible for loss, damage or theft to their vehicle while parked on the Grossmont or Cuyamaca Campuses. Vehicles parking on campus must be parked between two demarcated lines. The Parking Enforcement page has more detailed information about purchasing permits and parking regulations.
The Lost and Found receives property from the Grossmont and Cuyamaca campuses. Found property is stored at both campus locations, Cuyamaca building A100 and Grossmont building 57. Lost and Found items are purged every 90 days and donated to various charities when unclaimed.
Special event and Vendor permits are requested through the CAPS office and approved by the Director. CAPS requires 1 week advanced notice for all special requests. Requests made after regular business hours cannot be accommodated, regular business hours are 8:00am to 4:00pm. Vendors may NOT drive on interior campus for any reason without prior authorization.