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Parking advisory: impact on Stockton Campus due to April 25 U.S. Senate Debate

Apr 12, 2016

Pacific will host a live televised debate among five leading candidates vying to succeed Sen. Barbara Boxer on Monday, April 25. Due to media equipment, campaign staff, guests and law enforcement that will be on campus, parking on the Stockton Campus will be impacted.  

Areas that will be temporarily closed on either April 24 or 25,  or both days, include:

1. Parking Lot 7, behind the fraternities and Alpha Phi - the first 42 "B" and two "O"spaces and two service vehicle spaces from the entrance

         a. Closed on Saturday, April 23 at 8 pm through Monday, April 25 at 9 pm

b. Parking spaces from the entrance of Lot 7 to the 5mph sign will be affected

c. Parking east of the 5mph sign will be available as usual

2. Parking Lot 24, adjacent to the Alpha Phi Sorority: all "A" spaces

a. Closed on Saturday, April 23 at 8 pm through Monday, April 25 at 9 pm

3. Parking Lot 36. Stagg Way, north end: five "A" spaces

a. Five parking spaces on the west side of the street, at the end of Stagg Way in front of Owen and Bannister halls, will be impacted

b. Closed Sunday, April 24 at 8 pm through Monday, April 25 at 9 pm

c. Three additional media vans will likely be parked in adjacent drop-off spaces that are not normally available for parking

4. Parking Lot 32, between Hand Hall and Grace Covell Hall:  all "A" spaces

a. All A spaces will be closed on Sunday, April 24 at 8 pm to Monday, April 25 at 9 pm

5. Parking Lot 31, west end of Chapel Lane near Atchley Way

a. The first 10 spaces east of the stop sign will be closed on Sunday, April 24 at 8 pm to Monday, April 25 at 9 pm

6. Parking Lot 1 by the tennis center and AG Spanos Center

a. The lot will remain open for parking but will be impacted due to debate guests, who will be parking and taking the shuttle to the DeRosa University Center

Please see the following maps for additional details:

Debate Parking aerial view

Parking map

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