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Parking lot opens on Southeast Campus at site of former Kaiser clinic

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Just in time for fall term 2015, Parking Lot F has been improved and is now open at Southeast Campus.

Southeast Campus’ Parking Lot F has been improved and is now open at site of the former Kaiser Permanente clinic at Southeast Division and 77th Avenue. There are 48 spaces — including four for disabled use — as well as a code blue emergency phone.

 

Parking Lot F opened Aug. 17, 2015, at the site of the former Kaiser Permanente clinic at Southeast Division and 77th Avenue. The lot has 48 spaces, including short-term drop-off parking for Southeast Campus' daycare center.

Parking Lot F also offers a limited number of short-term parking spaces for drop-off use at the daycare center.

Fall term is just around the corner, which makes the opening of Parking Lot F a welcome addition to Southeast Campus. The lot is part of the more than $49 million in campus improvements funded by the 2008 vote-approved bond measure.

Lot F, which officially opened Aug. 17,  is at Southeast Division Street and 77th Avenue. It previously served the Kaiser Permanente clinic. Earlier this year, the more-than-40-year-old facility was demolished and the site landscaped.

The parking lot was restriped for 48 spaces and improved with better lighting, stormwater drainage and code blue emergency phone. It also has a limited number of short-term spaces for parents who are dropping off or picking up children at the daycare center in nearby Administration Annex.

Motorists can enter Lot F from both Southeast Division Street and 77th Avenue. (See Campus Map here for specific location.)

As with all PCC parking lots, a permit is required. Daily permits can be purchased from the station at the lot. Term permits can also be purchased online for $45, or on campus at Student Account Services for $50. Online permit sales are open through Monday, Sept. 21.

PCC’S 2008 voter-approved $374 million bond program is increasing opportunities for residents to access quality, affordable higher education close to where they live and work. Additional classrooms, updated equipment and technology, and advanced workforce training programs are helping to pave the way for future employment options. For more information, visit www.pcc.edu/about/bond/about.

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