UC Davis Medical Center parking policy and regulations in accordance with the California Vehicle Code, and the ordinances of Sacramento County are in effect and enforced at all times. Citations will be issued according to the printed and posted regulations.

DO NOT IGNORE YOUR CITATION!

  1. Unpaid citations will accrue additional late fees which eventually result in a lien on the vehicle's registration at the Department of Motor Vehicles.
  2. Five or more outstanding parking citations may result in your vehicle being booted or towed and impounded for outstanding parking violations. The vehicle will not be released until all outstanding citations (including the towing and storage fees) are paid in full.

        Violations and Fine Amounts

Ways to Pay A Citation

To Make an Online Payment 

Please visit https://ucdmc.aimsparking.com or click here.

To Pay by Mail, Please mail your check or money order to:

Parking & Transportation Services
4800 2nd Avenue, Suite 1100
Sacramento, CA 95817

When mailing your payment, please remember to:

  • Write the citation number and vehicle plate number on the check or money order
  • Make payable to "UC Regents"

Note: Credit cards and other payment mediums cannot be accepted by mail.

To Pay In Person, please visit the Parking office at:

Facilities Support Services Building (FSSB)
4800 2nd Avenue, Suite 1100
Sacramento, CA 95817
(directions)

Office hours:

8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m, Monday through Friday, with the exception of Wednesdays 8:00 a.m. -3:30 p.m.

Closed on holidays. 

The Parking Services office accepts all major credit cards (VISA, MasterCard, Discover, American Express), checks, money orders and cash.

Appeals

If you feel that your citation was written in error, you may contest it. Citations must be contested within 21 days from the date of issuance. For instructions or additional information, view the Citation Appeals page or contact the Parking Office.

Payment Plan Options for Indigent Persons

UC Davis Health, Parking and Transportation Services (PATS) offers a payment plan application process for indigent vehicle owners who have multiple unpaid UC Davis Health parking citations for violations that occurred on or after 7/1/18.

The registered owner of the vehicle is required to complete the Parking Citation Payment Plan and Indigent Status Aplication.pdf  and submit all necessary documentation to PATS within 60 days of citation issuance, or 10 days after the administrative hearing (2nd level appeal) decision notice is sent, whichever is later.  Specific information and instructions are provided on page 1 of the application, which may be retained by the customer. 

If indigence is determined, and all other eligibility requirements are met, PATS will establish a monthly installment payment plan for qualified unpaid citations.  Penalties/late fees and notification to DMV will be waived as long as all terms of the payment plan are met.  Payment of a $5 Processing Fee will be due with the first installment for approved payment plans. Monthly installments of $25 will be scheduled for plan amounts of $300 or less and payment plans exceeding $300 will be divided by 18 months to determine monthly amount due.  Payments must be submitted by mail (money orders/cashier’s checks only, made payable to UC Regents) or in person at the PATS office no later than the established due date.

ELIGIBILITY

  • Applicant is the registered owner of the vehicle that citations are issued to per DMV records, as of the date of all violations submitted for consideration
  • The vehicle record shows multiple unpaid UC Davis Health parking citations issued within the last 60 days for violations that occurred on or after 7/1/2018
  • Applicant’s indigent status is determined based on the income criteria and/or public benefits described in Subdivision (a) and/or (b) of Section 68632 of the Government Code
  • The application and all documentation is submitted to PATS within 60 days of citation issuance, or 10 days after an Administrative Hearing determination is sent

TO APPLY

  • Download or Print the Parking Citation Payment Plan and Indigent Status Application.pdf or call the UC Davis Health Parking and Transportation Services office at 916-734-2687 during regular business hours to request that the form is mailed to you
  • Read all instructions and information on Page 1 of the Application 
  • Fully complete and sign page 2 of the application
  • Attach a copy of DMV registration paperwork for the vehicle the citations are issued to
  • Attach at least one of the following to your application:
    • Proof you are receiving benefits from any public assistance programs (e.g. SSI, SNAP, CalFresh, CFAP, TANF, etc.)
    • Proof of income for all individuals living in the household (e.g. paystubs/earnings statements for last two months, checking/savings account statements for last two months, etc.)
  • Submit the completed application and supporting documentation no later than the due date by one of the following methods:
    • IN PERSON: at the Parking and Transportation Services office located at 4800 2nd Ave Suite 1100, Sacramento CA 95817.  Office hours are from 8:00am-4:30pm, Monday through Friday except Wednesdays, 8:00am-3:30pm.  
    •  BY MAIL: send packet to

UC Davis Health

Parking and Transportation Services

4800 2nd Ave Suite 1100

Sacramento, CA 95817

 

Packet must be postmarked on or prior to the due date.  Registered mail is recommended, as PATS is not responsible for mail lost in transit.

 

Please note that incomplete applications (or those missing required documentation) will not be considered. PATS will send notice of the indigency determination by US Mail or email, according to the option selected on the application form within 2 weeks from the date of receipt.  It is the applicant’s responsibility to follow up with the PATS office if a determination is not received within 2 weeks from the application date.

Individuals approved for a payment plan are required to notify PATS if their financial situation changes, for reevaluation of the payment plan terms.  If applicant falsifies information, fails to report changes that may impact their eligibility, or defaults on the payment plan, all unpaid fines and penalties/late fees shall be reinstated and submitted to the DMV for a hold against the vehicle registration. UC Davis students and employees may also have parking privileges revoked, and/or be subject to other sanctions in addition to reinstatement of the full amount of unpaid fines and penalties/late fees shall be reinstated and submitted to the DMV for a hold against the vehicle registration.