Cornell students who lack prior arrangements to move their vehicles daily should not leave their vehicles parked on the streets of East Hill and Collegetown over Spring Break, as the City of Ithaca Department of Public Works will begin its annual street cleaning program this Monday, according to a University press release. “No Parking Zone” signs will be posted 24-hours in advance of the cleaning. Violators will have their vehicles ticketed and towed at the owner’s expense. To see the full schedule of the street cleaning program, visit the City’s website, cityofithaca.org. Students that need parking facilites should contact Cayuga Street Parking Garage (Pro Park) at (607) 267-7275. Students with further questions can contact the Streets and Facilities Office at (607) 272-1718.
As a result of the annual Dragon Day Parade, which will take place today from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m,, University Ave. will be closed between East Ave. as will the service drive next to Rand Hall starting at 12:15 p.m., in order to provide a safe assembly location for students. Once the parade begins, vehicles along the dragon’s route will be restricted and bus routes may be delayed or re-routed.
The route of the Dragon Parade will be: Leave Rand Hall around 1 p.m., Travel east on University Ave., Turn right (south) on East Ave., Turn right (west) on Campus Rd., Turn right (north) on South Central walkway through Ho Plaza., Enter the Arts Quad between Uris and Olin Libraries, Proceed to the burn site on the south side of Sibley Hall.