College Hill Core Parking Restrictions During Spring Break

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Last Updated on Sunday, 01 April 2018 13:35

NEWS RELEASE

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

March 1, 2018

Gary Jenkins, Chief of Police

Pullman Police Department

(509) 334-0802

 

College Hill Core Parking Restrictions During Spring Vacation

 

PULLMAN – To facilitate snow and gravel removal, the Pullman Police Department will be enforcing the ordinance restricting parking in portions of the College Hill core area during the upcoming Washington State University “Spring Vacation” March 12-16, 2018. During that time period, parking will be restricted on the following streets between the hours of 2 a.m. and 9 a.m.:

 

            NE Colorado Street from NE D Street to NE Opal Street

            NE Campus Street from NE Opal Street to NE B Street

            NE B Street from NE Colorado Street to NE California Street

            NE California Street from NE B Street to NE Ruby Street

            NE Maiden Lane from NE Whitman Street to NE Opal Street

            NE D Street from NE Colorado Street to NE Alpha Road

            NE C Street from NE Colorado Street to NE Alpha Road

            NE A Street from NE Colorado Street to California Street

            NE Maple Street from Campus to NE Colorado Street

            NE Linden Street from NE B Street to NE Monroe Street

 

From Friday, March 9 to Monday, March 19, 2018, parking will be available in the gravel BLUE 1 lot across from the South Fairway Intermural Fields. Those who intend to leave a vehicle in this area over the break are asked to notify WSU Transportation Services by sending their name, WSU ID number, license plate number and state, make and color of vehicle, and personal contact information to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . A permit will not be required during this period. Maps of impacted streets and the alternate parking lot are located online at http://bit.ly/2A1eyul.

 

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