Driving and Parking at ERHS

Parking Permit Sales are handled online. Visit to get started. Once purchased online, please see Ms. Greenhaw in the main office to get your pass.


Driving a vehicle to school is considered a privilege, not a right. All persons and vehicles on East Ridge High School parking lots must adhere to the policies described in the District 833 Student Rights and Responsibilities Handbook. Parking passes are sold throughout the school year.

East Ridge High School expects students who drive to school to:

  • Purchase a parking permit annually
  • Display their ERHS parking permit on the vehicle's rear view mirror
  • Know the ERHS parking rules
  • Adhere to all ERHS parking rules
  • Accept the consequences for violations of the parking rules

East Ridge High School reserves the right to:

  • Search a vehicle
  • Tow away or boot a vehicle
  • Suspend student parking privileges
  • Revoke student parking privileges
  • Modify parking rules at any time

ERHS Driving and Parking Policies

Driving a vehicle to school is considered a privilege, not a right. At any time, a student may lose that privilege if administration deems necessary. All persons and vehicles on East Ridge High School (ERHS) parking lots are required to adhere to the School Board Policy 527 and the ERHS Driving and Parking Policies:

  • Staff lots are off-limits to students from 7:00am - 3:30pm on all school days.

    Parking Map

  • Student parking on school property is by permit only. Vehicles on school property without a valid and current parking permit will be locked in place with a wheel-boot, subject to towing, and the owner fined.
  • Vehicles must be parked in approved student lots and spaces only (indicated by signs and white lines). Vehicles parked in the incorrect lot will be locked in place with a wheel-boot, subject to towing, and the owner fined.
  • Vehicle Searches: All vehicles parked on school property are subject to search. If school officials determine there is a reasonable suspicion that a school regulation, a law has been violated, he/she maybe assisted by law-enforcement officer. Anything in the student"s vehicle is understood to belong to that student. Students with contraband and/or inappropriate items in their vehicles may be subject to additional school consequences per district policy.
  • Permits must be displayed on the rear view mirror while parked in the school lot. Permits must be clearly visible from outside the vehicle. Failure to do so is a violation and a ticket (fine) will be issued. (Students are recommended to remove the permit from the mirror when driving.) Permits for motorcycles should be brought to the ERHS Administrative Office for the day.
  • The permit holder is totally responsible for the vehicle in which the permit is hanging and MUST BE either the driver or a passenger in the vehicle. The permit holder is responsible for the behavior of everyone in the car even if he/she is not present.
  • Permits are not transferable and are not to be resold. Permits may not be forged, altered, or tampered with in any way.
  • Students are not allowed to loiter in or around vehicles once they are on school property. Once the vehicle is parked, students must immediately EXIT the vehicle and enter the school building.
  • Students are required to identify themselves and the occupants of their vehicles when requested to do so by the lot attendant or school district personnel.
  • Students are not allowed to go to their vehicle in the parking lot during the school day without written administrative permission.
  • The speed limit in the parking lot is 10 mph. Careless /Reckless driving is not allowed.
  • Students must adhere to all District 833 and East Ridge High School policies, including the Attendance Policy, Senior Lunch Policy, and Tobacco Policy.
  • Cumulative violations for any member of a single driver permit holder or car-pool permit holder may be cause for permit revocation for all involved students.
  • If a car is parked in the school lot with a license number other than the numbers listed on the permit application, the car will be ticketed (fined) and/or have the wheel immobilized. Violators are not entitled to "warnings" for violations.
  • Woodbury police will assist East Ridge administration in enforcing parking laws on campus and surrounding streets. All Minnesota motor vehicle laws will be enforced on school property.
  • Tickets (fines) and/or loss of parking privileges may result from violations.
  • Handicap Parking is available to students purchasing parking passes. Along with the student parking pass, the student will also need the handicap pass from the state displayed in their vehicle.

Parking Violations

  • Warning Tickets will be issued for parking violations. 
    • Consequences for cumulative violations may include the following:
    • Students not complying with the District 833 School Board Policy 527 or the "East Ridge High School Parking Lot Rules" will receive a violation. Students who park on snowbanks or display careless or illegal driving habits (reckless, speeding, burnouts) will also receive a violation.
    • Students violating Minnesota Motor Vehicle Laws on school property will be referred to the Woodbury Police. Student parking permits will be revoked.
    • Independent School District 833 is not responsible for vandalism, injury or theft of items in the school parking lots. Drivers should lock motor vehicles when parked at ERHS.
    • Please note that ERHS reserves the right to assign violations to student drivers for situations not listed on this website.


Parking Pass Eligibility

  • Parking permit sales start in late August and are sold on a first come, first serve basis as spots are limited.
  • Every student must purchase his or her own parking permit.
  • Students who have not served all detentions from the previous school year cannot purchase a parking permit or park at ERHS until all their detentions have been served.
  • Parking permits may be suspended for students who receive detention during the school year and do not serve them by the deadline.
  • Students with outstanding fees for missing or damaged Media or Athletic items must handle the fees before they will be allowed to obtain their parking permit.

How to Purchase a Parking Pass

Purchase Online

Students must complete the parking permit application and pay their fee online.

  • Bring your complete Online Payment Receipt from FeePay & a valid Driver's License to the Accounts Office (in main office) to receive your parking pass.

Parking Permit Cost 

Trimester 3: March 18 - June 4

$15         Full Price (this is the only price that appears on the registration screen)

$10         Eligible for reduced meals price (see 2nd bullet below)

$5           Eligible for free meals price (see 2nd bullet below)

*Please visit  to set up your account and purchase your trimester 1 pass.

A few notes about the parking fees:

  • This fee is non-refundable.
  • The free/reduced price should be reflected when you go to check out and is based on your economic indicator shown in Infinite Campus. There is no further action that is needed from the student/family.
  • The fee schedule will be reviewed prior to the start of each subsequent trimester to determine if any changes are warranted.
  • As a comparison, the fee in a usual year is $40 per trimester.

Daily parking permits will be issued at the rate of $3.00 per day. Daily permits may be purchased through the Accounts Office (in main office) upon arrival each day. Students will need to provide the make, model, and color of their car and the license plate number in order to purchase the daily pass.