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Students or other college personnel who have a valid Department of Motor Vehicles Disabled Person placard or plates and intend to park on campus must purchase a regular semester length or daily parking permit. If parking is purchased online, the parking permit will be mailed when the fees are paid.
Students traveling to our campuses by bus may choose to use the Sonoma County Bus Service or the Santa Rosa City bus service. You can obtain a county bus pass in stores, at the transit office of at either SRJC bookstore. The college bookstores have discount passes for purchase.
To purchase a pass online, go to: http://www.sctransit.com/purchase.htm.
The stores that sell bus passes are:
For Santa Rosa city bus information, go to http://transit.511.org/providers/providerinfo.asp?cid=SR . This site also provides useful information regarding schedules, fares and services for students with disabilities.
For those individuals who cannot travel via the county or city bus systems, there is the option of Paratransit. A specific link to this service is available on the Sonoma County Transit site at http://www.sctransit.com/scp.htm.
The Sonoma County Transit site defines eligibility and also lists other Paratransit providers in other communities.
Stop #1 – In front of the Adaptive Physical Education building on Scholars Way
Drop-off: Just south of Academic and Circle Drives on Sonoma Mountain Parkway.
The Santa Rosa campus has a limited number of electric wheelchairs that can be borrowed on a temporary basis. Typically, the individual making this request has a recent injury or is recovering from surgery. The wheelchairs are loaned out on a daily basis. Please contact the Disability Resources Department at (707)527-4278 or e-mail Naomi Clark at email@example.com for more information.
Four routes that are most common to the Disability Resources students on the Santa Rosa campus have been written for the traveler to print out or download for personal assistance. These routes were written from the perspective of a blind traveler using a cane for guidance.