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5/13/2022 Update on the The HUB

In 2020 Sacramento State began a master plan effort to develop a 25 acre property approximately 1.5 miles south of the main campus. The off-campus center is intended to be an anchor for Sacramento’s Innovation District, and will be focused on academic and professional partnership opportunities with the California Mobility Center, and California Department of Justice. Research and development in transportation, and forensic training and science will help promote education and job growth for the region. The master plan and EIR documents are available below for further information. Please note that the PDF of the Final EIR is optical character recognized so that it is searchable.

The Hub Final EIR May 2022

The Hub MMRP May 2022

The Hub Findings SOC May 2022

The Hub Notice of Determination May 2022

5/2/22 NOTICE OF INTENT - UNIVERSITY HOUSING PROJECT

Notice of Intent to Adopt a Mitigated Negative Declaration for the University Housing Project

California State University, Sacramento is circulating the University Avenue Housing Project Initial Study/Mitigated Negative Declaration (IS/MND) for public comment from May 2 to June 1, 2022. The University Avenue Housing Project involves construction and operation of a 30-unit apartment building at 910 University Avenue, which is currently vacant. The new building, which would be located east of the Sacramento State main campus, across the American River near the Guy West Bridge, would support living space for Sacramento State faculty and staff.

Notice of Intent to Adopt Mitigated Negative Declaration

IS/MND Appendices

Initial Study/Mitigated Negative Declaration for University Avenue Housing Project

1/14/22 NOTICE OF AVAILABILITY OF THE DRAFT ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT REPORT

California State University, Sacramento State is releasing the draft environmental impact report (DEIR) for The Hub, Sacramento State Research Park Project (project) for public review and comment from January 14 to February 28, 2022. The project would involve development of the 25-acre Ramona Property, located less than a mile south of the Sacramento State main campus within an urbanized area of the City of Sacramento, bounded by Brighton Avenue to the north, Power Inn Road to the east, Cucamonga Avenue to the south, and Ramona Avenue to the west. The project would be developed in two phases with academic, research, and office space that support the academic programming of the University. Phase I would include construction and operation of the Sacramento Municipal Utility District (SMUD)-affiliated nonprofit California Mobility Center (CMC), a testing and manufacturing facility for autonomous electric vehicles, and an office building with forensic laboratories for the California Department of Justice. Phase II would expand CMC and replace Phase I surface parking with two mixed-use buildings, which would provide academic, administrative, and/or research space with ground-level retail and parking.

The Hub DEIR 1.14.22

The Hub DEIR appendices 1.14.22

NOA The Hub 1.14.22

6/7/21 NOTICE OF PREPARATION OF AN ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT REPORT

Sacramento State – Placer Center

The project proposes development of 301-acre site within the 2,213 Placer Ranch Specific Plan area, which is in turn within the Sunset Area Plan area in Placer County, north of Roseville. The site will be developed over multiple phases with academic, administrative and various other university and public functions that support the mission of Sacramento State.

Notice Of Preparation Of An Environmental Impact Report Full PDF

3/22/21 NOTICE OF PREPARATION OF AN ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT REPORT

The Hub, Sacramento State Research Park Project California State University, Sacramento

The project proposes development of the project site in two phases with academic, research, and office space that support the academic programming of Sacramento State.

Notice Of Preparation Of An Environmental Impact Report Full PDF

05/30/19 - Moraga Way Project

Various areas of Moraga Way will be blocked until June 28, 2019, as we reconfigure the road to be more pedestrian and bicycle friendly. The campus can expect noise and dust during this time along Moraga Way from Sinclair Road to Bay Laurel Way. The entire roadway will be blocked from June 21 through June 28.

05/23/19 - Gas shut-off on campus - 05/23/19

Due to a gas leak at Power Inn Road and 14th Avenue, PG&E shut off natural gas to the surrounding area. Our campus is affected by the shut-off. As a result, hot water is not available through faucets and showers on campus and in the residence halls. Some eateries that utilize natural gas to cook are affected. Drinking water is still available and is unaffected

Food venues on campus will remain closed. If the gas comes on later today, we may be able to open some venues for lunch. We are cancelling several catered breakfasts and will hold off on catered lunches and dinners until further notice. We are continuing to provide concessions for the NCAA track and field events on campus.

It is anticipated repairs will be completed by noon today; the campus community will be informed when PG&E restores gas to the campus.

Please contact the Office of the Vice President for Administration/CFO at 916-278-6312 if there are any questions.

03/20/19 - Upgrades to campus access control system - 03/21/19

Facilities Management will upgrade the campus access control system, Velocity, on Thursday, March 21 from 8:30 a.m. to noon. Please be advised that no electronic key fobs will be issued. Users entering and exiting doors will not be affected by the upgrade.

03/15/19 - Parking Structure III Closure plan - 03/17-22/19

Please be advised that some minor repairs are being performed to the exterior of Parking Structure 3, in an area that can only be accessed via Lot 12 which is the small parking lot adjacent to Parking Structure 3 during Spring Break, March 17 - 22.

The contractor will close both entrance and exit to Lot 12. Parking Structure 3 can still be accessed from the east (Callery Pear Way) and south (White Poplar Way) side.

01/28/19 - Sacramento State's Autonomous vehicle "Olli"

Through a partnership with the Sacramento Area Council of Governments, our campus won use of an electric autonomous vehicle named “Olli." We are excited to announce that Olli has arrived on campus.

Starting today, Monday, Jan. 28, Olli will be programmed to follow a distinct route. As such, the campus community will see Olli moving along Moraga Way and onto parts of campus near Capistrano and Amador Halls. During programming, Olli will not be operational and will not be able to transport passengers. Please take care in not signaling Olli for a ride as it is trying to learn its route. Programming Olli will occur throughout the day and night, through the weekdays and weekends.

UTAPS is anticipating Olli to start transporting passengers sometime in late February, after Olli studies the route and passes its tests. For more information, please contact UTAPS at 916-278-7275.

01/10/19 - State University Drive & Folsom Blvd Closure - 01/19/19

The contractor for the Ramona Avenue Extension project will be closing the intersection at State University Drive and Folsom Boulevard for paving work from 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on Saturday, January 19.

The closure will affect State University Drive between College Town and Folsom Boulevard. Alternative routes to the campus will be posted during the closure and the City will provide traffic control through the area. The contractor will be posting signage for the closure starting January 16.

01/01/19 -Student Housing Mitigated Negative Declaration & Initial Study

The Board of Trustees will be taking action on the Mitigated Negative Declaration for the proposed South Campus P3 Housing project at their meeting on January 22-23rd at the CSU Chancellors Office in Long Beach.

The proposed Student Housing East project will be constructed on the Dan McAuliffe Memorial Baseball Complex site at the south end of campus. The new student housing facilities will provide up to 1,100 beds in a mix of 4-bedroom, 2-bedroom, and studio apartment units. They will be housed in six 4-story, 49-foot buildings with surface parking provided along the southern edge of the site.

The Board of Trustees meeting is public should you like to comment.

11/01/18 - Road Closure - 11/03/18

On Saturday, November 3 from 6:45 a.m. to 10:00 a.m., one lane on Arboretum Way, between State University Drive and Bay Laurel Way, will be closed to through traffic. This closure will facilitate needed tree trimming along Arboretum Way. Traffic control will be in effect during this time.

10/26/18 - Ramona Avenue Project - 11/03/18

The contractor for the Ramona Avenue Extension project will be closing the intersection at State University Drive and Folsom Boulevard for paving work all day on Saturday, November 3. The closure will affect State University Drive between College Town and Folsom Boulevard. Alternative routes to the campus will be posted during the closure and the City will provide traffic control through the area.

09/28/18-Construction work at State University Drive & Folsom Boulevard

On Saturday, September 29, the City of Sacramento will be conducting work at the intersection of State University Drive and Folsom Boulevard. This work is related to the Ramona Extension project on Folsom Boulevard, 65th Street, and Hornet Drive. This project will continue for approximately two weeks.

The intersection will remain open but lanes may be closed for construction and traffic will be delayed through the intersection. The City will provide traffic control. For more details including a map of the construction site.

Please contact Facilities Management Customer Service at 916-278-6242 if you have any questions or concerns.

09/19/18 - Power Shutdown Scheduled for 9/28/18

In order to make electrical connections between the campus and the Science Complex, a power shut down will take place on Friday, September 28th beginning at 11:00 p.m. Power will be returned by 5:00 a.m. the following morning. The following buildings will be affected by the shutdown, with no power during the designated time frame:

  • Alumni Center
  • Art Sculpture Lab
  • Baseball Field and Clubhouse
  • Benicia Hall
  • Broad Athletics Center
  • Child Care Center
  • EH&S and Non-Destruct Lab
  • Hornet Bookstore
  • Wellness Center
  • STORC

Surface Parking Lots 4, 6, 7 and 8, as well as street lights in the vicinity of the Guy West Bridge will be non-functioning.

The following buildings will continue to operate via emergency generator during the designated time frame:

  • PS1
  • PS2
  • PS3
  • Public Safety

Please contact Facilities Management Customer Service at 916-278-6242 if you have any questions or concerns.

09/18/18 - Break in water line between Santa Clara & the Library

There has been a break in the domestic water line between Santa Clara and the Library. Efforts are being made to repair the line. Pedestrian access from the Library Quad to the Union will be disrupted. Please seek alternative routes shown on the map here.

Please contact Facilities Management Customer Service at 916-278-6242 if you have any questions or concerns.

08/24/18 - Continued Construction Work along Moraga Way & Parking Lot B

Construction work occurring along Moraga Way and inside Parking Lot B will continue for approximately two weeks. As planned, the closure of Moraga Way will include an additional section of Sinclair Road to ease the transition of traffic at the closure point. Parking Lot B will open as soon as construction is complete.

Students, faculty, and staff planning to park in Parking Lot B can consider parking in Parking Structure 5. UTAPS will operate the Herky Streetcar along Moraga Way as previously planned. The original shuttle stops will not be affected by the continued construction work. The Herky Streetcar will operate Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and will run constantly in approximately 15-18 minute loops.

We greatly appreciate your patience as we work diligently to add ADA compliant parking spaces to our campus in addition to transitioning Moraga Way into a pedestrian and bicycle pathway.

If there are any questions or concerns, please contact the Office of the Vice President for Administration/CFO at 916-278-6312.

8/23/18-Student Housing Mitigated Negative Declaration and Initial Study

The 30-day public review for the Mitigated Negative Declaration for Student Housing East begins on August 24th, 2018 and will end on September 25th, 2018.

The proposed Student Housing East project will be constructed on the Dan McAuliffe Memorial Baseball Complex site at the south end of campus. The new student housing facilities will provide up to 1,100 beds in a mix of 4-bedroom, 2-bedroom, and studio apartment units. They will be housed in six 4-story, 49-foot buildings with surface parking provided along the southern edge of the site.

A hard copy of the Mitigated Negative Declaration is also available for public review at the Facilities Management Building and University Library at the CSU Sacramento campus.

If you would like to comment, please send your written comments so that they are received no later than September 25th, 2018 to: Victor Takahashi, Director, Facilities Planning and Construction Services, 6000 J Street, Sacramento, CA 95819-6002; fax (916) 278-5229; e-mail: takahashiv@csus.edu.

08/22/18 - Folsom Blvd. Traffic

Ongoing construction work on Folsom Boulevard between 65th Street and Hornet Drive will create increased traffic delays as students and faculty return to campus for the fall semester. Traffic lane shifts, closures, and one-way flagging will cause additional congestion through the work zone. Students, faculty, staff, and visitors to the campus are encouraged to use alternate routes to try and avoid the Folsom Boulevard corridor until construction activities are complete later this year.

08/16/18 - Campus Flagpole/Crane

On Saturday, August 18, 2018, from 6:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m., there will be a crane operating at the intersection of Bay Laurel Way and State University Drive adjacent to the Regional Transit bus stop near the front of our campus (see attached). The work should not affect operation of the bus stop or regular vehicle traffic. Flaggers will be posted for the arrival and removal of the crane, which should only cause minimal disruption.

08/16/18 - AIRC Domestic Water Shut Down Starting at 2 p.m

Due to the imminent failure of a domestic water line, Facilities Management will shut down domestic water to the AIRC building beginning at 2:00 p.m. this afternoon. The repair is expected to be complete by 6:00 p.m. The building will have fire protection and HVAC, but the restrooms and drinking fountains will be out of service during the repair.

08/09/18 - Moraga Way Transition and Parking Lot B/Sinclair Road Closure

Prior to the start of the fall semester, Moraga Way will be transitioned into a bike and pedestrian only pathway. The transition, outlined in the campus master plan, will create an additional central circulation pathway that will facilitate safe passage for the increasing amount of non-vehicular (pedestrians and bicyclists) traffic.

In preparation for this conversion, Parking Lot B will be closed as additional disabled access (ADA compliant) parking spaces are created. These spaces will replace many of the disabled parking spaces that are currently located along Moraga Way and will increase the previous amount of ADA spaces with the addition of Parking Structure 5 (PS5) ADA parking spaces.

UTAPS will operate a new cart shuttle service (The Herky Streetcar) along Moraga Way between PS5 and Amador Hall. The cart shuttle service will be ADA compliant and will stop at multiple locations. A map of the Herky Streetcar can be found here. The Herky Streetcar will operate Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and will run constantly in approximately 15-18 minute loops.

Sinclair Road will also be closed to relocate a traffic control gate. The closure will be from the intersection of Sinclair Road and Moraga Way to just east of the service road by the tennis courts. The closure of Parking Lot B and Sinclair Road will be from August 13 until August 27.

07/25/18 - Power Outage

Facilities Management has scheduled a power outage in order to perform critical electrical system maintenance. We appreciate your patience and understanding as we work to improve your campus. Please turn off all computers, copy machines, and other electronic equipment that may be adversely affected by a power interruption.

When: Friday, August 3, 10 p.m. - August 4, 5 a.m.

Where:

  • American River Courtyard
  • American River Courtyard Central Plant
  • Athletics Building
  • Del Norte Hall
  • Desmond Hall
  • Dining Commons
  • Draper Hall
  • Esplanade Street Lights
  • Facilities Annex
  • Facilities Management
  • Irrigation Well 3
  • Irrigation Well 5
  • Jenkins Hall
  • Lassen Hall
  • Parking Structure 5
  • Reprographics
  • Residential Life Parking Lot Lights
  • Riverfront Center
  • Riverview Hall
  • Sacramento Hall
  • Shasta Hall
  • Sierra Hall
  • Solano Annex
  • Solano Hall
  • Storage Buildings North
  • Storm Pumps Housing
  • Sutter Hall
  • Yosemite Hall
  • Lot 1 – Lights and Car Chargers

Please contact Facilities Management Customer Service at 916-278-6242 if you have any questions or concerns.

05/18/18 - State University Drive Closed May 21 though May 26

Beginning on Monday, May 21, a Facilities Management contractor will begin median work on State University Drive between College Town Drive and White Poplar Way. State University Drive is expected to be closed in both directions from May 21 through May 26. There will be detour signage directing traffic around the area.

Thank you for your patience and understanding while we make State University Drive safer for our campus community. Please contact Facilities Management at 916-278-6242 if you have any questions.

05/16/18 - Parking Structure 5 Opening Tomorrow, May 17

We are pleased to announce Parking Structure 5 (PS 5) has successfully passed the Office of the State Fire Marshal inspection and will open tomorrow, May 17, 2018. Your new parking structure will contain over 50 EV charging stations as well as new technology that will make it easier to find available parking. Faculty and Staff parking (marked as “E” parking) in PS 5 is located on the first and second floors.

In order to ensure that the Faculty/Staff parking spaces are maintained at the appropriate pre-construction levels, UTAPS will be reallocating the following spaces:

  • Temporary Lot 2A (gravel lot adjacent to Shasta Hall): During the summer, the temporary Lot 2A will be re-designated with both Student and Faculty/Staff parking spaces. During the construction of PS 5, these spaces were created and designated as Faculty/Staff parking only to make up for the loss of Lot 1 Faculty/Staff parking. With the completion of PS 5, Faculty/Staff parking spaces will return to pre-construction levels.
  • Parking Structure 1: During construction of PS 5, approximately 400 spaces were re-designated from Student spaces to Faculty/Staff spaces. In turn, Student spaces were relocated to the Ramona Parking Lot located off Ramona Avenue (off-campus). With PS 5 opening, student spaces in Parking Structure 1 will be restored. Faculty/Staff spaces on the south side of Parking Structure 1 will remain.
  • Lot 7 (behind the ASI Children’s Center): The new parking spaces added to Lot 7 (the old El Dorado building site) between the ASI Children’s Center and the Art Sculpture Lab continue to be available for Faculty/Staff parking. Faculty/Staff parking spaces in Lot 6 will also remain the same.
We thank you for your cooperation and patience during the construction of Parking Structure 5. We understand that the campus construction has been challenging for everyone and we are grateful for your patience. Please feel free to contact the UTAPS office if you have additional questions at (916) 278-PARK (7275).

05/03/18 - Parking Structure 5 Update

The opening of Parking Structure 5 (PS5) has been further delayed due to issues related to water pressure flow. University officials and the contractor are diligently working on ways to rectify the issue. When we receive the final approval from the Office of the State Fire Marshal, and determine an opening date for the structure, we will promptly inform the campus community.

In the meantime, the surface parking lot accessible from Bay Laurel and State University Drive next to PS5 will open for use tomorrow, May 4. These parking spaces are designated for Faculty/Staff (employee), but will include several 30 minute spaces. A corresponding number of Faculty/Staff spaces in Parking Structure 1 (PS1) will be converted to student parking use.

In addition, starting on Monday, May 7 Bay Laurel Drive will no longer serve as a thoroughfare connecting State University Drive and College Town Road. The original gate arm locations will be reestablished near the Athletics and Facilities Management buildings.

04/17/18 - 10th Annual Sac State 5k Fun Run on Thursday, April 19

There will be traffic congestion on campus due to the 10th Annual Sac State 5k Fun Run on Thursday, April 19th, from approximately 5:00 – 7:30 p.m. Please be aware that you may encounter road closures, detours, and delays in the following areas during this time:

  • Parking Structure 1: All access will be from Arboretum Way (north end of campus) at the J Street entrance.
  • Lot 8: (5:30 – 6:30 p.m.) Expect intermittent traffic delays exiting the lot between 5:30 – 6:30 p.m. Please avoid entering Lot 8 to park during this time – use Lot 7 instead.
  • Faculty/Staff Lot 6: (5:30 - 6:30 p.m.) This lot will be closed from 5:30 – 6:30 p.m. If you need to enter or exit campus during this time, please plan to park in Lot 7, Parking Structure 1 or Parking Structure 2.
  • Parking Structure 3: (5:30 – 6:30 p.m.). There will be no entrance or exit allowed between 5:30 – 6:30 p.m. If you need to enter or exit campus during this time, please plan to park in Lot 7, Parking Structure 1, or Parking Structure 2.
  • Lot 12: will be closed all day.
  • Parking spaces along Jed Smith Drive from the Atlas Cedar Way to Faculty/Staff Lot 7 will be closed from 5:30 – 6:30 p.m.
  • Parking spaces along Moraga Way will be closed from 5:30 – 7:00 p.m.
  • Faculty/Staff Lot A and B: (5:30 - 7:00 p.m) There will be no entrance or exit allowed between 5:30 - 7:00 p.m.
  • College Town Drive will be closed from State University Dr. to Sinclair Rd from 5:00 – 7:30 p.m.
  • Stadium Drive will be closed from 5:00 – 7:30 p.m.

To assist you to park or exit campus while the Fun Run is underway, police officers and UTAPS parking officers will be strategically placed at the parking structures, roads and lots identified above. Signs will be posted in the aforementioned areas the day prior and the day of the event. Please avoid closed areas during the times mentioned above and be patient.

04/09/18 - Out of the Darkness Walk Traffic Impacts on Thursday,April 12

State University Drive, near the residence hall crosswalk, will experience intermittent closures that will impact traffic on Thursday, April 12th, from 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. for the 7th Annual Out of the Darkness Walk benefitting the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention.

03/28/18 - Arboretum Way Closure on Saturday, March 31.

Please be advised that Arboretum Way, between State University Drive and Bay Laurel Way, will be closed to through traffic on Saturday, March 31 from 6:45 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. This closure will facilitate finishing work for the roundabout located near Parking Structure 5.

Bay Laurel will remain open to connect State University Drive and College Town Road. A map is provided to illustrate this alternative route.

02/22/18 - Crane Work on Saturday, February 24.

On Saturday Feb. 24th from 6:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m., there will be a crane on the east side of Sequoia Hall. State University Drive will be reduced to a single lane access between Del Norte Hall and the Guy West Bridge. This section of State University Drive will have traffic monitors to direct traffic according past the crane site.

02/14/18 - Parking Lot 2A - Temporary Closure Feb. 15 through Feb 16.

Starting at 5 p.m. on Thursday, Feb.15, until 1 p.m. on Friday, Feb.16, a portion of parking lot 2A will be closed for a special event. This portion of lot 2A is being reserved for use by University guests, who have been invited to campus to hear about another major Sacramento State milestone. The news also will be shared widely with the campus on Friday.

01/25/18 - Power Outage Updates and Repairs on Saturday, January 27

Facilities Management has determined the cause for electrical power outages that affected the campus on Wednesday, January 17 and Monday, January 22. Appropriate repairs are currently being conducted.

As a part of the repair process, power will be out at Del Norte Hall, Shasta Hall, and River Front Center from approximately 5:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. on Saturday, January 27. It is anticipated the entire campus will be operating under normal power by 9:00 a.m., Saturday, January 27.

01/22/18 - Power Outage Update - Del Norte Hall and Riverfront Center

UPDATE: Power to Del Norte Hall and River Front Center, with the exception of CAMP and Dining Services offices, has been restored via generator. The campus is continuing to work on restoring full power to the affected buildings.

At this time, no other buildings are affected. If there are any developments, we will keep the campus community informed. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the Office of the Vice President for Administration/CFO at 916-278-6312. We apologize for the inconvenience caused and appreciate your understanding and patience.

PREVIOUS: At approximately 8:20 a.m. this morning, the entire campus experienced a power outage. Power was restored to the majority of the campus within eight minutes.
At this time, Del Norte Hall and Riverfront Center are still without power. The campus is working to restore power to these two buildings but they are not anticipated to be back in service by the end of today, Monday, January 22.

If there are any developments, we will keep the campus community informed. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the Office of the Vice President for Administration/CFO at 916-278-6312. We apologize for the inconvenience caused and appreciate your understanding and patience.

01/21/18 - Spring 2018 Parking Information

Welcome back to Sac State’s spring 2018 Semester! Our construction teams have made a lot of progress on campus projects but as many of you already know, Sac State is still very much a construction zone. All of the Fall 2018 parking changes are still in place to ensure that Faculty/Staff parking space numbers are maintained.

We ask that you continue to avoid Lots 1 and 4 as they are closed due to construction. These lots will be transformed into Parking Structure 5 and the new Science II Building. Parking Structure 5 is progressing steadily and we expect the structure to open for parking sometime in March 2018. We’ll send out communication when we have a date certain.

FACULTY/STAFF PARKING CONCENTRATION AREAS: The highest concentration of Faculty/Staff spaces is still in Parking Structure 1 (PS1). Please remember that both sides (entrances) of the first three levels of PS1 are now designated for Faculty/Staff members. You may use both of the entrances to PS1 to access these parking spaces. Please remember that all designated spaces (ADA, EV Charging and Carpool) continue to be restricted in their use.

The new parking spaces added to Parking Lot 7 (the old El Dorado building site) between the Child Development Center and the Art Sculpture Lab continue to be available for Faculty/Staff parking. Faculty/Staff parking spaces in Lots 4 and 6 will also remain the same.

Construction of Riverview Hall was completed during the Fall semester and we were able to regain several Faculty/Staff parking spaces in Lot 2. In addition, we designated all of Lot 2A (gravel lot by Shasta) as Faculty/Staff adding many new spaces.

As you may already know, we created 1,000 new parking spaces at the Ramona Parking Lot located off Ramona Ave for overflow and student parking. For the spring semester, we are selling a Ramona Parking Permit at a 25% discount from the normal student parking permit. As a bonus, after the new Parking Structure 5 opens, the Ramona Parking Permit can be used on campus for student parking spaces. During spring 2018, we will continue to offer 200 additional student parking spaces at the McAuliffe Baseball fields parking lot and the newly created temporary Lot 15 (below the digital sign adjacent to Capitol Public Radio). Both lots are located on State University Drive off Folsom Blvd. Please consider sharing this information with your classes if time permits.

01/19/18 - Single lane access on State University Drive

On Saturday, January 20th starting at 6:00 a.m., a crane will be located on the east side of Sequoia Hall. State University Drive will be reduced to single lane access between Del Norte Hall and the Guy West Bridge. This section of State University Drive will have traffic monitors to direct traffic past the crane site.

01/03/18 - College Town Drive Closure: Jan. 8 through Jan. 13

On January 8 -13, College Town Drive (from Stadium Way to the entrance of PS1) will be closed to traffic.

Signage at key areas will also be placed to assist with wayfinding and notification of closure.If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Facilities Management Customer Service at 916-278-6242.