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Parking limitations to occur during spring break

Cars to be removed from 10 streets for maintenance

CODY SCHOELER, Evergreen reporter

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Parking on campus will be restricted over spring break to allow for the City of Pullman Maintenance and Operations staff to clean up the streets.

Pullman Police Commander Chris Tennant said parking on 10 streets will be restricted from 2-9 a.m. from March 11-15.

“We are utilizing WSU spring break to clean up core college streets,” Tennant said.

The city is asking people to move their cars off the outlined ten streets to remove snow, gravel and leaves, according to the press release from Pullman Police Department.

He said the streets that will be cleaned are narrow streets, and parking is limited even on the best of days.

Two years ago, Tennant said they realized they needed to come up with a way to clean up the streets after the winter season. This is the second year they are placing parking limitations on certain streets.

If cars are still parked on the designated streets, they will be subject to a $35 ticket and might be towed, he said.

People will be unhappy if they come back from break and see their car was towed, he said, so he encourages people to be cautious.

“If you have a car that you park on the street,” Tennant said, “make sure you double check the list of streets.”

Streets include:

  • NE Colorado Street from NE D Street to NE Opal Street
  • NE Campus Street from NE Opal Street to NE B Street
  • NE B Street from NE Colorado Street to NE California Street
  • NE California Street from NE B Street to NE Ruby Street
  • NE Maiden Lane from NE Whitman Street to NE Opal Street
  • NE D Street from NE Colorado Street to NE Alpha Road
  • NE C Street from NE Colorado Street to NE Alpha Road
  • NE A Street from NE Colorado Street to California Street
  • Maple Street from Campus to NE Colorado Street
  • NE Linden Street from NE B Street to NE Monroe Street

 

About the Writer
CODY SCHOELER, Evergreen reporter

Cody is a sophomore majoring in multimedia journalism from Tacoma, Washington. He hopes to work as a sports journalist after graduation.

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