Parking at Santa Rosa Campus
Students who intend to park a vehicle on the Santa Rosa Junior College properties must obtain a valid SRJC parking permit. Parking permits must be purchased at the Accounting office of Bailey Hall. Parking paremits are designed to be hung from the rear-view mirror and must be displayed in vehicles by the first day of each semester. Parking permits cost approximately $60.00 per semester. https://pr.santarosa.edu/parking-santa-rosa-campus-fall-2018
Santa Rosa Campus Map with EV Stations, Bike Parking, Student and Staff Parking.
Riding a Bike:
Sonoma County is bike friendly. Bike paths can be found throughout various cities. You should plan to wear a helmet when biking and always lock your bike when you arrive at your destination. No permit is required to park your bike on campus. Bicycles must be parked in racks or bike link lockers located in various locations on campus. Any bicycle parked in hazardous manner or chained to a ramp, pole, tree, etc., may be impounded by District Police. Bicycles are NOT allowed anywhere inside buildings by order of the Fire Department. Bicycles can be taken on the SMART train and buses but must be walked on pedestrian pathways for the saftey of the rider and pedestrians. Bicylcle riding is allowed only on roadways and parking lots.
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Bicycle Repair Station Santa Rosa & Petaluma campus
Want to bike to campus but afraid of a bike breakdown? No worries! SRJC has you covered at both the Santa Rosa and Petaluma campus. The bicycle repair station features common repair tools as well as a tire pump. Tire patches are available for purchase in the SRJC Bookstore.
Any line any time...Ride the Bus for Free
Sonoma County college students are eligible to ride Sonoma County Transit buses for FREE! Just show your validated CubCard when you board the bus.
Plan your trip HERE
With the start of SMART rail service, Sonoma County Transit’s Route 44 will be a “free” link to and from the Petaluma SMART Depot for SRJC students with their current CubCard. There are also SMART Connectors and Shuttles available though Sconoma County Transit. Get off at the Santa Rosa North or Downtown station and walk or cycle to campus (Between 1 to 2 miles)