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Policies and Regulations

Utah County Policies
  • Protocol for incidents involving a Law Enforcement Officer within Utah County. Read More
BYU Policies
  • Sets forth guidelines to govern secondary employment by sworn officers. Read More
  • Brigham Young University derives its authority to regulate campus traffic and parking from Section 41-6a-215 of the Utah Code (hereafter "UC"). University traffic and parking regulations are enacted to provide a safe and orderly environment for pedestrians and vehicles. Read More

    Electric Vehicle Charging Station


    Brigham Young University is offering electric vehicle charging stations as an additional campus amenity. Read More

    Bus Routes & Parking


    Congestion in BYU's parking lots make maneuvering and parking buses a hazardous endeavor. To provide a safer environment for all, the following policy has been adopted which restricts buses to three locations for unloading and loading operations. A single parking area has been designated for parking buses while awaiting the return of its passengers. These locations have been selected for safety reasons and attempt to provide as convenient a location as possible for your students to access campus. Thank you for your cooperation with this regulation. Read More

    Oversized Vehicle Parking


    Oversized vehicles for the purpose of this section are defined as: overly large pickup trucks (those which would interfere with the movement of vehicles in the parking lot), box trucks, semi-tractor trailers, buses, motor homes, camping trailers, tent trailers and any other vehicle that will create undue congestion in campus parking lots due to its height or length, or which will not fit inside campus parking space lines. Read More

    Tailgating


    Regulations set forth for tailgating during varsity football games. Read More
  • Points out those laws specifically addressing the needs and responsibilities of bicyclists. Read More

  • Use of Skateboards, longboards, Segway’s, roller skates, rollerblades, “razor” style scooters, solowheel, hoverboard, onewheel, and all other like or similar devices are prohibited anywhere on campus.

    Violators may be issued citations. Citations for this offense are for violation of a Provo City Ordinance and will be referred to Provo Circuit Court. (Provo City Code 9.32.170)
  • Drones and/or Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV’s) are prohibited on BYU property or property controlled by BYU, except when approved in writing by the Risk Management Department
  • The possession or use of fireworks, sky lanterns, pyrotechnic special effects, or blank shots is strictly prohibited on university property except as authorized by the university Fire Marshal. Read More
  • Firearms and weapons are not permitted, concealed or not concealed, with or without a concealed weapon permit, while upon properties owned or controlled by the University (including on-campus housing), without specific written permission from the Chief of BYU Police. Read More