Maps, Directions & Parking

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Temporary Student Lot 6

  • Temporary Student Lot 6 is open between the hours of 7:00am to 5:00pm.
  • No parking before 7:00am or after 5:00pm - cars parked in Lot 6 outside the allowed timeframe will be cited. This lot is intended to provide extra parking when other lots are full.
  • A valid parking permit is required.
  • Centrally located near the intersection of I-10 and I-215, San Bernardino Valley College has served the heart of California's Inland Empire for over 90 years at 701 South Mount Vernon Avenue on the border of San Bernardino and Colton.

SBVC Campus map

Maps

Directions

To SBVC from the West (Los Angeles County, Ontario Airport, LAX Airport)

  • Head east on I-10.
  • Exit Mt. Vernon Ave.
  • Turn R on Mt. Vernon Ave.
  • Circle/cross over I-10 heading north on Mt. Vernon Ave.
  • Turn R into campus after light at Grant (Auto Zone on corner).

To SBVC from the South (Riverside, Orange County, San Diego)

  • Exit I-215 North at Inland Center Drive/Mill Street.
  • Proceed straight to Mill Street at end of off-ramp.
  • Turn L on Mill Street.
  • Turn L on Mt. Vernon Ave.
  • Turn L on Esperanza (1st street on left near Pizza Hut, no stop sign, no light).
  • Turn R into first driveway.

To SBVC from the East (Palm Springs, Redlands)

  • Head west on I-10.
  • Head north on I-215.
  • Exit I-215 North at Inland Center Drive/Mill Street.
  • Proceed straight to Mill Street at end of off-ramp.
  • Turn L on Mill Street.
  • Turn L on Mt. Vernon Ave.
  • Turn L on Esperanza (1st street on left near Pizza Hut, no stop sign, no light).
  • Turn R into first driveway.

To SBVC from the North (Victorville, Mountain Resorts)

  • Exit I-215 South at Mill Street.
  • Turn R on Mill Street.
  • Turn L on Mt. Vernon Ave.
  • Turn L on Esperanza (1st street on left near Pizza Hut, no stop sign, no light).
  • Turn R into first driveway.

Parking

Parking @ SBVC- your source for all parking regulations, fees and more

Parking Decals / Permit Fees
   Summer Session Fall/Spring Semester BOG Waiver Daily Permit (Dispensing Machine)
 Students $20 $35 $20 $3 Cash Only

(Motorcycle Parking Free In Specified Areas)

Purchase Student Parking Decals Online 

Students purchase permits online (link to purchase permit using WebAdvisor login)

Purchase Daily Parking Permits From Machines

NOTE: Summer 2019, SBVC students will not be required to purchase a parking permit to park in student parking areas only. There will be no citing in student parking areas only from May 28, 2019 to August 23, 2019. Staff parking areas require a valid staff parking permit and vehicles parked there without the correct permit will be cited.

  • Students will need to purchase parking permits for Fall 2019 classes.
  • Any vehicles parked illegally will be cited.

NOTE:  If you are a student with a Board of Governors (BOG) waiver, a fall/spring semester parking decal is only $20 - a better value for students after only 10 trips to park on campus in a single semester; after 15 trips for those that would have to pay $45.

 NOTE: Parking along Mt. Vernon Avenue is no longer permitted by the City of San Bernardino. Please note that parking in any of the shopping centers around the campus is reserved for their customers and students may be towed at any time at the students' expense.

REMINDER: SBVC: Neighborhood Parking Restrictions
In the neighborhood around San Bernardino Valley College, there are “resident parking by permit only” areas, which impose the following restrictions: No parking in front of homes on Esperanza Street, Eureka Avenue, Hazel Avenue, K Street and Mission Drive.

It is a policy of the Board of Trustees for the San Bernardino Community College District to protect members of the entire college community and the property of the District. In accordance with this policy, the District maintains a Police Department 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The officers are sworn and duly Commissioned Police Officers of the State of California as defined in section 830.32 of the Penal Code and 72330 of the California Education Code and authority extends to anywhere within the state.