Since February of this year, 384 total parking spots have been lost due to campus construction projects. A vacant lot owned by the district will not bring them back.
Honking horns, road rage and hours of wasted gas used to be typical on a Southern California freeway. Now, it’s just another day at Santa Ana College.
Cars parked in Santa Ana College lots without a valid permit will be ticketed starting Monday, Sept. 11. Permits are available through Web Advisor, or at the Cashier’s Office.
By Diana Viera The first-ever staff editorial written in el Don in 1923 was about parking issues. It’s still a problem today.
No issue has plagued Santa Ana College like parking. And it just got worse. An empty lot on the corner