March 13, 2014
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Utility Work at FRCC in Fort Collins to Affect Campus Traffic Pattern

Utility work at Front Range Community College starting Saturday, March 15, will make the internal campus access road a “local traffic only” road although both the Harmony Road and Shields Street entrances will remain open.

This work on the Larimer Campus in Fort Collins is taking place during Spring Break, so most of the campus’s 5,900 students and faculty will not be affected. College offices and services remain open during regular business hours.

Patrons using Harmony Library on the west side of campus will find more direct access from the Shields Street campus entrance. Library patrons using the Harmony Road entrance will be able to travel to parking lots south of the library but not through to the Harmony Library parking lot. They will be able to walk to the library from the south lots.

Visitors seeking college services, such as Admissions and Records, the bookstore, and Financial Aid, will find closer parking by using the Harmony Road entrance.

The Transfort stop on the east side of campus will not be used. Transfort stops on Shields and on Harmony will remain in operation.

Normal traffic patterns are expected to return on Sunday, March 23. Classes go back in session Monday, March 24.


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About Front Range Community College

FRCC offers nearly 100 degree and certificate programs from locations in Boulder County, Larimer County, Westminster, and Brighton, and online.

FRCC is a member of the Colorado Community College System, the state’s largest system of higher education. CCCS serves more than 162,000 students annually. The system oversees career and academic programs in the 13 state community colleges and career and technical programs in more than 160 school districts and six other post-secondary institutions.

 

About the author:

John Feeley is director of public relations at Front Range Community College. He’s a somewhat-frequent bicycle commuter, a certified soccer referee, and a newspaper editor whose subscription ran out.

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