The campus can only enforce parking within its perimeter. As a courtesy to our neighbors, off-campus “No CSULB Parking” signs may be posted in the neighborhoods directly adjacent to the campus perimeter for the first three weeks of each semester.
Any parking enforcement beyond the physical border of campus, no matter the driver’s ultimate destination, is the responsibility of the City of Long Beach Traffic Enforcement Division, and CSULB has no legal authority to enforce off-campus parking regulations.
All off-campus parking enforcement questions should be directed to the City of Long Beach Traffic Enforcement Division at 562.435.6711 or LBParking-Enforcement@longbeach.gov.
Cal State Long Beach has a comprehensive, multi-modal transportation program to meet the needs of the campus community, to work towards our sustainability commitments, and maintain the quality-of-life for nearby neighborhoods. Parking policy, traffic flows, use of mass transit, and communication programs are continually assessed to optimize access to and egress from campus. As such, parking demand, management, and controls are revised annually to meet current and future student, faculty, and staff needs. Along with our many neighbors whom elected to live near the university and enjoy the many benefits of living near an intellectual and cultural center, the institution places community feedback at the forefront of its ongoing planning. We believe in being a responsible and thoughtful steward-of-place and seek to be actively engaged with our neighbors.