April 26: Crittenden Lot 11 Resurfacing Project Begins

Update May 3:

The spring rain has delayed Phase 1 of the Crittenden Lot 11 resurfacing project, originally scheduled for completion on May 3. Concrete work will resume as soon as the weather permits. Please continue to use the south entrance/exit at Kendrick Rd. until further notice.

Please check the Transportation and Parking Management website for project updates. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. Call (585) 275-4524 if you have questions.


Starting Monday, April 26, the Department of Transportation and Parking will begin a resurfacing project in Crittenden Lot 11 that will widen parking spaces and improve lot durability.

The north entrance/exit of Lot 11 at Kendrick and Crittenden will be closed from Monday, April 26 through Monday, May 3 for Phase 1 of the project, which includes excavation and installation of vehicle induction loops and concrete. Lot 11 permit holders should use the south entrance/exit at Kendrick Rd. Department of Transportation and Parking staff will be on site to assist with traffic entering the parking lot.

The resurfacing project is expected to last 3-4 weeks. Work is weather dependent. Additional communication will be forthcoming as the project progresses, and updates will be posted on the Transportation and Parking Management website. Please see the map below for the affected area during Phase 1.

We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. Please call (585) 275-4524 if you have questions.