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East Campus Drive Construction March 22 - June 8

The Campus-Wide Utility Infrastructure Project will impact East Campus Drive starting on Thursday, March 22.

The work at this location will primarily involve trenching and underground pipe operations at each segment identified in the East Campus Drive Work Phase map. Drivers in this area will experience intermittent traffic delays between the hours of 7 a.m.-4 p.m. Flaggers will direct traffic and maintain at least one lane of traffic at all times on East Campus Drive. Impact to pedestrian traffic will be negligible and only occur during infrequent trenching operations across sidewalks.

For additional questions or concerns, please contact PPFM Customer Service at (562) 985-4357 or PPFM-Customerservice@csulb.edu.

Special Olympics Saturday and Sunday, June 9 and 10

For the nineteenth year our campus will host Special Olympics Southern California Summer Games on Saturday, June 9 and Sunday, June 10. Please note that setup begins Monday, June 4. The following parking lots will be closed:

  • Lot G9: June 4 – 11
  • Lot G5: June 4 – 11
  • Lot E3: June 7 – 11
  • Lot E4: June 7 – 11

Earl Warren Drive Road Closure
Monday, June 11, 2018 through Friday, June 15, 2018

Earl Warren Drive will be closed to through traffic to facilitate road construction related to the Parking Lot G4 Renovation Project. This closure will occur starting Monday, June 11th through Friday, June 15th. The closed section will stretch from Parking Lot G2 at the south, past the Japanese Garden to Parking Lot R2 at the north. U-turns or left turns at the barricades will be permitted. Signage will be placed notifying traffic of the closure

If you have any questions or concerns regarding this closure, please contact Physical Planning and Facilities Management (PPFM) Customer Service at PPFM-CustomerService@csulb.edu or call (562) 985-HELP.

Summer Construction and Parking Projects

This summer will be extremely busy with many constructions projects underway. Unavoidably, there will be effects on parking, traffic, and pedestrian routes. Please use this information to plan your routes to and from campus in a way that minimizes disruptions to your commute.

Many parking lots, buildings, walkways, and common areas will be affected by the construction. Projects will be completed in phases so as to minimize the effects to a particular area. Communications will be sent as projects progress and major closures are scheduled. The Design and Construction Services website will be maintained to include up-to-date information that can be referenced as needed by faculty, staff and students for major construction activities.

Additional disabled parking spaces and accessible paths of travel will be temporarily added to select areas that will remain open during construction. If you know you will need a reasonable accommodation based on a disability or medical restriction, please immediately contact the University resources below for assistance and support.

For students who are requesting an accommodation:

Disabled Student Services
Brotman Hall (BH), Suite 270

For employees and guests who are requesting an accommodation:

Office of Equity & Diversity
Foundation, Suite 120

Construction related questions shall be directed to:

Design and Construction Services
Mark Zakhour, Director, Design and Construction Services

Parking Lot G4 closed May 13 - August 17, 2018

Lot G4 will have major improvements during summer 2018 including new pavement, updated planters with drought tolerant landscape, energy efficient light poles, WiFi additions, and a new storm water treatment system. New sidewalks and a new crosswalk leading to Lot G4 will also be installed in front of the Japanese Garden. Temporary construction fencing will be installed the week of May 8-11, but the parking lot will remain open. The lot will officially close on Saturday, May 12, but will reopen for Residence Hall move-in day on Saturday, August 18.