Patience Urged in Accessing CSF Events
Sept. 15, 2006
Fullerton, Calif. -
Fans attending Cal State Fullerton athletic events in the Fall are asked to arrive a few minutes early to better contend with the inevitable delays of a new semester compounded by extensive construction on and around campus.
Parking spaces are plentiful with the opening of a second parking structure on the west side of campus last Spring. But construction of a new business administration building on the southeast corner of campus and a student recreation center in front of Titan Gym has restricted access.
Daily parking permits must be purchased from vending machines for \$5 on Monday through Thursdays and until 5 p.m. on Friday. There is no charge for parking after 5 p.m. on Friday and all day Saturday and Sunday.
The two best options for volleyball fans are:
A: enter Lot A (northwest corner of campus) from either State College Blvd. or Yorba Linda Blvd., purchase a permit from one of the vending machines and park as far south (toward Titan Gym) as possible;
or B: enter campus via Arts Drive (off State College Blvd. between Nutwood Avenue and Dorothy Lane), purchase a daily permit at the machine at the end of the street, make a U-turn and return to State College Blvd. and proceed north (right turn) one block to the next light (W. Campus Drive), turn right then left and enter the new State College parking structure (permit machines have yet to be installed in the parking structure). After 5 p.m. and on Saturday and Sunday, simply proceed directly to the parking structure.
For soccer fans, the best option is parking Lot A (northwest corner of campus) accessible from either State College Blvd. or Yorba Linda Blvd., or Lot G, accessible only from Yorba Linda Blvd.
The home volleyball season continues with the Holiday Inn of Buena Park Fullerton Classic on Sept. 15 & 16 and the men's soccer home schedule begins Sunday, May 17, vs. Maine at 2 p.m.