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The parking lot closure for G-Lot, nearest Hill Center, will also be closed to all pedestrian traffic beginning Monday, April 15th at 8am.

As a result of increased construction activity at Hill Center, it has become necessary to restrict all pedestrian traffic and parking in G-lot, on the south side of the building. This restriction will be in effect 24/7 until further notice.

Conservatory Drive will remain open for vehicular access to the Whalen Center and H-Lot, on the south side of Gannett Center. To compensate for the temporary loss of employee parking spaces, a portion of the Visitor's Lot at the Main Entrance will be designated for employee parking, Monday through Friday from 8am to 5pm. Employees who work in buildings closer to the Visitor's Lot will be encouraged to utilize those spaces before occupying parking spaces nearer Smiddy Hall, CHS or Hill Center. There are also employee parking spaces available in J-lot, nearest the West Tower, with accessibility to Hill and Whalen Centers via the Baker Tower. 

Students are reminded that some BLUE Lots, such as F-Lot, K-Lot and W-Lot (nearest Hill Center), are open to student parking (RED permits) from 5pm until 8am, Monday through Friday and on weekends until 8am on Mondays. 

All community members are reminded that fire lanes, handicapped spaces and other critical zones are subject to tow.

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