Faculty and Staff parking Lot 14C to Close Due to Construction

Employees may park in yellow areas.

Employees may park in yellow areas.

Lot 14C, a small parking area for faculty and staff on the east side of campus, will be closing from Friday, Dec. 14 until August of 2019 as a result of adjacent, ongoing construction.

Signs are already posted in the area about the closing of the lot.

Approximately 20 spaces will be lost in the process, but any motorist who is used to parking there will find parking in areas such as Lot 15A, Lot 38, Lot 78, or Lot 78A.

Lot 14C is located on the north side of Reagan Street between Arkansas Avenue and Gregg Avenue. It is just south of the construction area in which a new sorority housing is going up in the block bounded by Arkansas Avenue, Maple Street, Gregg Avenue, and Reagan Street.

Lot 15A is about two blocks south of Lot 14C. Lots 38, 78, and 78A are located north of Maple Street, in the northeast portion of campus.

Contacts

David Wilson, communications director
Transit and Parking
479-575-6089, dbw010@uark.edu

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