Oct. 14, 2004
Clemson celebrates Homecoming this weekend with a full schedule of activities beginning Friday. Roads will be blocked off for setup and breakdown of Tigerama and Clemson Midnight Hoope Courtside on College Avenue. For a complete schedule, list of road closures, and other information, please check out the links below.
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Friday, October 15 * Avenue of Champions, between Pearman Boulevard and Centennial Boulevard — closed as an equipment-loading zone for Tigerama from Friday afternoon until the conclusion of the show.
* Ravenel Road — reserved parking for Tigerama patrons with handicapped permits.
* Parking lot E-7 at McFadden Building — reserved parking for Blue Key members working at Tigerama.
* College Avenue, downtown Clemson — closed to vehicular traffic from the S.C. 93 intersection (at Subway) to Keith Street beginning at 7 p.m. and reopening at approximately 3 a.m. on Saturday. “Clemson Midnight Hoops Courtside on College Avenue” will begin at 11:15 p.m. to mark the official start of NCAA basketball practice. Free event at intersection of College Avenue and North Clemson Avenue.
Saturday, October 16 All vehicles parked in lots and numbered spaces reserved for football parking must be moved no later than 1 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 16, for Clemson’s game with Utah State which has a 1 p.m. kickoff. Cars remaining in reserved spaces 12 hours prior to games are subject to towing.
Where can students park? Students who are required to relocate their cars may park from Friday evening until Sunday morning at the Fran Hanson Discovery Center (formerly known as the Wren House) in the South Carolina Botanical Garden. Relocation parking is not allowed in the main botanical garden visitor parking lot located nearby.
The entrance to the Hanson Discovery Center is directly across from the entrance to R-4 on Pearman Boulevard (formerly known as Perimeter Road).
All vehicles must be moved from the Hanson Center lot by noon on Sunday.
If the Discovery Center lot fills, overflow parking will be permitted on the grass at Kite Hill, near the Fire Department. All vehicles must be moved from Kite Hill by 7 a.m. Monday morning.
Clemson Area Transit will provide transportation between the Fran Hanson Discovery Center, Kite Hill, the Hendrix Center on East campus and the Dillard Building on West campus to assist students who must relocate their cars for football games. Buses will operate on: Fridays — 3 p.m.-midnight Saturdays — from one hour after the game ends until 2 a.m. (Sunday morning) Sundays — 9 a.m.-noon Auxiliary Student Patrol escort service will be available between midnight and 7 a.m. on Fridays and Saturdays of home-game weekends.
Where can employees park? A portion of E-6, between Sikes and Long halls, will be available west campus employees who must report to work on home football game days.
All federal, state and university vehicles are to be moved to an East Campus perimeter parking lot 12 hours prior to all home varsity football games.
Employees leaving personal vehicles on campus while traveling should be familiar with the football schedule to avoid reserved parking on home-game weekends.
Parking is also available ot the public for $5 at the Clemson YMCA located off Highway 93 in Clemson. Fans who park at the YMCA will be shuttled to and from the stadium.
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