Colorado Revised Statute 23-5-107
"Authority of governing boards—parking. (1) The governing board of any state institution of higher education is authorized to promulgate rules and regulations providing for the operation and parking of vehicles upon the grounds, driveways or roadways within the property under the control of the governing board. Such rules and regulations may include, but not be limited to, regulation and control of the following:
- Assignment of parking spaces, designation of areas for parking, and regulation of the use of such spaces and areas, including the assessment of charges thereof;
- Prohibition or limitation of parking in the manner deemed necessary;
- Removal of vehicles parked in violation of institutional rules and regulations, ordinances or law at the expense of the violator;
- Assessment of charges for violation of rules and regulations.
Section I General Information, Subsection C, #12.
“Motorcycle” means any motor vehicle designed to travel on not more than three wheels in contact with the ground. This includes mopeds and motor scooters.
Section II Parking Areas, Subsection A,
- Motorcycle Parking. Areas within which parking is restricted to motorcycles bearing valid CU Boulder motorcycle lot permits. Motorcycles may also park in metered vehicle parking spaces. Motorcycles are not allowed to park in permit-controlled vehicle parking spaces.
Section IV Regulations, Subsection C. Violations, Unit 2. Parking Violations,
Parking in any area not posted for parking (e.g., lawns, fields, sidewalks, etc.), in areas marked for no parking or in restricted areas.
Parking a motorcycle in a non-metered automobile parking space or bicycle rack.
Parking more than one permitted vehicle/motorcycle/moped on campus at a time.
Section IV Regulations, Subsection C. Violations, Unit 3. Moving Violations,
- Operating a motorized vehicle, motorcycle, bicycle, skateboard or personal transportation device in a careless and imprudent manner.
- Operating a motorized vehicle, motorcycle, bicycle, skateboard or personal transportation device in such a manner as to indicate either a careless or willful disregard for the safety of persons or property.
- Operating a motorized vehicle on sidewalks during class change.