Rome Street closure
Tarleton State University
Rome street to be closed starting June 15
Note: If you are uncomfortable going to your car after 6:00 p.m. at your temporary parking spot, please feel free to contact the University Police Department for an escort.
Rome Street Closing Communications
Construction on the Rome Street Project has begun with the installation of temporary fencing. This first step in the project will continue for one week. On Friday, June 15 at 6 p.m. Rome Street will close.
The work on the entire project is expected to be completed during the fall semester. It will shut down Rome Street from Frey Street on the north to Sloan Street on the south.
Accessibility to University buildings and parking lots will be affected, but Facilities Maintenance and the University Police Department have developed temporary parking locations and safe pedestrian crossings to give students, personnel and visitors entrance to facilities.
The Office of Physical Facilities will update this web page with current status as the project progresses.
Temporary construction fencing- starts Monday, June 11- Friday, June 15 (Note: Parking lots and Rome Street will remain open until 6 p.m. June 15)
Parking lots closing- P-21 Police, P-26 north of Nursing building and all parking along Rome Street will close at 6 p.m. Friday, June 15
Rome Street closes- 6 p.m. Friday, June 15
Rome Street will re-open- August 15 from Sloan Street down to the P-26 parking lot entrance. (Note: The remainder of Rome Street from Jones Street down to Frey Street will be closed until December 15 or earlier when completed.)
Temporary parking changes affecting those parking in P-26 (Nursing) and P-21 (Kinesiology). Individually assigned spaces WILL NOT be made during this temporary assignment. P-36 will be sectioned to clearly identify employee parking locations.
Personnel working in: Now park in:
Science building P-36
Nursing building P-36
Residential Living P-36
Recreational Sports P-20 East
Kinesiology building P-17
We apologize for the inconvenience, and appreciate your cooperation during the project.