Posted By: Aaron Managhan | Categories: News 2012 - 2013 | Back to News

Beginning Monday, June 17, the Crosby Loop road at South Puget Sound Community College, will be completely closed to all traffic as crews begin work on a new covered walkway and transit area. The loop is expected to be closed for at least four weeks. Dr. Nels Hanson Way will remain open.

The loop will be physically blocked off as it is ripped up and readied for repaving. This work will also limit access to the front entrance of the Student and Administrative Services Building (Building 25). Visitors to the building are encouraged to use the back entrance near the Security Office. The wheelchair-access ramp will remain open.

Fences already lining the area will be expanded as well, making some pathways difficult for those with disabilities. Visitors with disabilities should contact the Security Office at (360) 596-5299 if assistance is needed.

The college will also begin work replacing two stormwater vaults in the loop during this project. That replacement is part of a separate project to replace four stormwater vaults. The other two vaults, located near the Technical Education Center/Dental Clinic (Building 34) and in Parking Lot D, will be replaced during July and August.


Dean of College Relations
Kellie Purce Braseth
South Puget Sound Community College
(360) 596-5214
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