Thursday, March 27th 9:00AM
Beginning in the Spring 2014 semester, the parking lots on the north (Lot Z) and south (Lot ZZ) of Doty Hall are officially open. These parking lots are designated for the exclusive use of College visitors and require a visitor parking permit, which can be obtained in the Parking & Transportation Services office. A few parking spaces within these lots are designated for official NYS work vehicles, both for the College and the Office for People With Developmental Disabilities (OPWDD).
Beginning in the Spring 2012 semester, a portion of the spaces in the reserved parking LL Lot will be fenced off to provide a staging area for the construction and rehabilitation of Bailey Hall resulting in a reduction of both reserved faculty/staff parking and handicap/disabled parking.
To offset the loss of the handicap/disabled spaces, new handicap/disabled spaces will be added and signed in the following areas – one in L Lot, one in A Lot, and one in the Roemer Lot (the meter will be removed from this lot).
To accommodate the faculty/staff who have purchased parking for LL Lot, the six metered spaces in L Lot will have the meters removed and signs will be placed indicating that these spaces are for LL Lot reserved parking.
To remove/plow substantial snowfalls from parking lots, it is necessary that all cars parked in lots be temporarily relocated. During these storms, the lot closures occur on a cyclical basis, allowing vehicles to be temporarily relocated to a plowed lot while the SUNY Geneseo Grounds Department removes the snow from each subsequent lot.
While attempts are made to communicate the dates/times of the lot closure through emails, voice mails, and postings, the immediate need to plow often limits the time allotted to distribute the notices to less than 24 hours.
To minimize occurrences of "plowed in" vehicles or the need to have vehicles towed, the Grounds Department asks all student vehicle owners to please check email and voice mail on a frequent basis during periods of heavy snowfall and temporarily relocate their vehicles as directed by the notices.
Unfortunately, when vehicles remain in parking lots during the temporary closures, completing the snow removal process may require the vehicles to be towed. Owners of towed vehicles will be subject to fines and be required to pay towing and possibly storage charges.
The University Police Department and Grounds Department thank you for your cooperation during these times and wish you a safe winter driving season.