Parking Reminders for Football Season

Lot 44 located on the north side of Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium is one of many parking lots around campus that will need to be vacated prior to each home Razorback football game.
Photo by Russell Cothren

Lot 44 located on the north side of Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium is one of many parking lots around campus that will need to be vacated prior to each home Razorback football game.

With the Razorback football team set to kick off its 2022 season this weekend, U of A parking permit holders are reminded that vehicles in athletic parking areas will need to be moved no later than the Friday evening before each home game this fall.

Individuals who park in lots indicated in red on the football athletic map will be affected and must move their vehicle by midnight the night before. This does not include resident reserved lots. Students who must move their vehicles are encouraged to use the economy lot (Lot 99 south of the main campus) and may move their vehicles back to the main campus on Sundays after each game.

The Razorbacks will be home for the first three weeks of the season starting on Sept. 3 against Cincinnati, followed by South Carolina on Sept. 10 and Missouri State on Sept. 17.

The entire 2022 Razorback football schedule can be found online at ArkansasRazorbacks.com.

Reminders can also be provided through your Outlook calendar.

Add Outlook Parking Calendar

To receive vacate reminders on your calendar, simply go to the calendar tab within Outlook and follow these instructions:

  • Right click on "My Calendars" heading
  • Select "Add Calendar" then "open shared calendar"
  • Enter the name "PARK: Athletic Events" then click OK.

You should now see the calendar in your list.

Other Information

For more information, visit the Transit and Parking website.

Contacts

John Thomas, director of core communications
University Relations
479-575-7430, jfthomas@uark.edu

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