Do you live close to St. Thomas? Is parking tight on your block? Learn about possible changes to the city's permit-parking system.
Date & Time:
6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
Owens Science Hall, 3M auditorium, Cretin and Summit avenues, south campus
City traffic engineer Elizabeth Stiffler will provide an overview of proposed changes to the city's permit-parking system, which currently has 10 parking zones around the University of St. Thomas.
Join the West Summit Neighborhood Advisory Committee's (WSNAC) Campus Development & Transportation subcommittee for an overview of the possible changes and a chance to provide feedback.
The meeting, to be held on the university's south campus, is free and open to the public. Encourage your neighbors -- including student neighbors -- to attend.
Parking will be available in Anderson Parking Facility, the ramp at the corner of Cretin and Grand. Metro Transit bus lines #63 (Grand Avenue) and #87 (Cleveland Avenue) also service the St. Thomas campus.
Questions? Contact Amy Gage, director of neighborhood relations and WSNAC co-chair, at 651-962-6123; or Doug Hennes, vice president for government relations and subcommittee co-chair, at 651-962-6402.
Note: The Transportation Committee of the Macalester-Groveland Community Council will hold a similar meeting on Monday, March 26, 6:30 p.m., Edgcumbe Recreation Center.