The National Weather Service is predicting that the Pemigewasset River will exceed flood stage sometime on Tuesday, April 29.
It is important that all vehicles that are normally parked at the PE Center and Facilities Services Lots 502, 602 and 603 be moved by no later than 8 a.m. on Tuesday. Vehicles that are not moved from the above PSU on-campus lots by the required time WILL BE TOWED. Any towing will be done at the owner’s expense. Vehicles may be moved anytime AFTER 4:00 pm on Monday, April 28th.
Vehicles may be parked in any “legal parking space” on campus – i.e., commuter and residential lots as well as Faculty/Staff lots. Vehicles CANNOT park in fire lanes, no parking zones, spaces that are reserved or made available for 15 or 30 minute temporary parking.
Vehicles may be parked on Town of Plymouth streets designated as “Resident Only” parking surrounding the main campus; e.g., High St., Rogers St., Pleasant St., Russell St., etc. Vehicles may also be parked in the Green Street kiosk lot and in the metered spaces along Green Street.
DO NOT park in any metered spaces along Main Street, in privately owned parking lots including St. Matthews Catholic Church and the hospital parking lot located on Langdon Street, or in such a way as to block driveways or access ways.
It is also important that you be prepared to immediately move your vehicle back to these lots as soon after it is announced that the flood emergency has been lifted. More information will be sent through email and it will be posted on myPlymouth as it becomes available.
Classes at the PE Center have not been canceled and students should either walk or use the PSU Shuttle to get to class.
Parking on campus Tuesday will be at a premium so faculty and staff are recommended to car pool if possible.
Thank you for your cooperation
Michael J. Clark
Plymouth State University Police Department