Revised lot closures and openings shared

Lot 118 outside Allgood Hall will be closed this weekend for improvements.

As we told our Jagwire readers three weeks ago, Lots 104-107 and Lots 117-121 on the Summerville Campus have been identified for improvements over the summer semester. Each lot will receive protective seal coating, new striping and traffic control markings to promote safety.

  • Lots 118 and 119 will be closed for updates this Saturday and Sunday, June 15-16. Work at the other lots is scheduled to begin July 12.
  • Lot 55 on the Health Sciences Campus will be seal coated and restriped the weekend of June 22 and 23. To expedite this work, patrons who park in Lot 55 are asked to vacate the lot by 7 a.m. Saturday, June 22.
  • Lot 35 – which is the new name for Lots 35 and 36 – is now expected to reopen the week of June 24.
  • In addition, Goss Lane is expected to reopen for two-way traffic June 28, restoring vehicle access to Deck 4 from Goss Lane.

Because weather is often a factor for parking and construction projects, your patience is appreciated. Please pardon our progress as Augusta University continues to develop and grow.

If you have questions or concerns regarding Facilities and Construction, please call the Work Management Center at 721-2434.

For questions about Parking and Transportation, please email ParkingOffice@augusta.edu or call 721-2953.

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Denise Parrish is Senior Communications Strategist for Operations at Augusta University. Contact her to schedule an interview on this topic or with one of our experts at 706-721-9566 or mparrish@augusta.edu.

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