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Project Advisories

Mosquito Abatement on Tuesday August 14, 2018 scheduled for 8:30 pm - 9:30 pm

The Merced County Mosquito Abatement District will be conducting an adulticide treatment within the campus vicinity and on the campus proper to reduce the adult mosquito population. This will take place between 8:30pm - 9:30pm on Tuesday, August 14, 2018 on Lake Road from Lake Yosemite to the Bellevue Lot entrance and within the campus.   It is recommended that people stay inside during the process or head indoors if they see MCMAD onsite during this one-hour process.

 

Pedestrian path realigned for duration of construction, New classrooms and amenities underway

Beginning August 1, 2018, a new pedestian path will open in order to enable the construction of a student enrollment center, two additional recreation fields, additional housing, a student wellness center and a competition swimming pool.  Those facilities are scheduled to open in  Fall 2020.   The new path is a paved sidewalk 400 feet to the west of the path used during the 2017-18 school year and borders the new Bobcat Soccer Field. The current pedestrian path will close following August 20, 2018.

During construction, the majority of lower campus parking will be accommodated in the Bellevue Lot.  The lighted path connects the Bellevue Lot to Scholars Lane. During construction, bicycle access will continue along Lake Road to Scholars Lane. Please visit the bicycle advisory page for latest details.   A permanent bicycle access route that will become fully operational in Fall 2020 is being developed as part of the campus expansion. 

Estimated walking time from the Bellevue Lot to campus locations:

Scholars Lane: 5 minutes

Visitors Center: 9 minutes

Kolligian Library: 12 minutes

Classroom Office Building 1: 16 minutes

Science & Engineering 2:  19 minutes

 

 

 

Questions, comments, or concerns?

Please email construction2020@ucmerced.edu .


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