Summerville parking lots will close for Paceline cancer fundraiser

Organizers of Paceline, a bike ride fundraiser benefiting the Georgia Cancer Center at Augusta University, will be utilizing several parking lots located on the Summerville Campus from May 9-11 in support of this major event. All of the proceeds raised during the May 11 Paceline ride will go to the Georgia Cancer Center to support life-saving research and cancer care. In addition, a pre-event concert and celebration are being held on Summerville at the Amphitheatre on Friday, May 10.

The Paceline race route will take participants through lots 101, 112 and 103-107. Therefore, Augusta University Parking and Transporation officials will close portions of Lots 101 and 107 on Thursday, May 9, and Lots 101, 112 and 103-107 will be closed both Friday, May 10, and Saturday, May 11.

Since classes have ended for the semester and graduation is held downtown at the James Brown Arena, there should be ample parking in the lots on the Arsenal Avenue side of the campus, as well as Lots 108, 113ย andย 116, during this brief closure.
Signs have been posted as a reminder about this special event parking, and this closure will only affect parking on Summerville from May 9-11.

Parking and Transportation apologizes for any inconvenience this may cause as the Parking Office works to satisfy thousands of stakeholders on a daily basis. The Paceline event is designed to boost recognition and support for the Georgia Cancer Center.

If you have any questions, please call the Parking Office at 706-721-2953. Thank you for your patronage and your patience.

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Denise Parrish
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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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