Changes to Athletic Event Parking Rules

Changes to Athletic Event Parking Rules
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Starting Saturday, Jan. 20, green parking lots designated for Razorback basketball games must be vacated three hours prior to tipoff instead of two, but never before 5 p.m. on weekdays.

For example, a game on Saturday that starts at 3 p.m. must have parking lots cleared by noon. Tuesday games starting at 8 p.m. would need lots to be vacated at 5 p.m., as would a Tuesday game with a 6 p.m. tipoff.  

This change will support the university's ongoing effort to improve the overall fan experience for Razorback basketball attendees. We appreciate the campus' cooperation in creating the best atmosphere possible for Razorback fans. 

Contacts

Gary K. Smith, Director, Transit and Parking
Parking Program Operations
479-575-3304, garys@uark.edu

Drew Watzke, communications manager
Facilities Management and Transit & Parking
479-718-1524, ajwatzke@uark.edu

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