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Summer Parking Lot Repairs (click here for more)

In an effort to maintain the parking lots throughout campus, Parking and Transportation Services and Facilities Management will be sealing and striping the following lots this summer: 

  1. 14th Street lot
  2. Campbell Lane lot
  3. Cherry Hill lot
  4. Chestnut Street South lot (back half only)
  5. College Hill lot
  6. Creason lot (front half only)
  7. Health Services lot
  8. Minton lot
  9. Schneider lot
  10. South campus lot
  11. Thompson Service Drive
  12. Wetherby lot

In addition to sealing the above lots, there are plans to redesign Helm lot and add a new lot called Mimosa Point. 

In an effort to assist with scheduling, please advise if there are any dates we should avoid when performing our summer lot maintenance.  Please refer to the summer maintenance map here

You may contact PTS at 270-745-2361 or transportation@wku.edu

Thank you,

PTS

 

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