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Thanksgiving break brings parking restrictions to College Hill streets

Cars parked in lot on WSU Pullman campus.
Photo by Shelly Hanks, WSU Photo Services.

With the impending arrival of Thanksgiving break comes the first of several planned road closures as the City of Pullman prepares to keep roadways clear in the event of winter weather.

Several streets in the College Hill area will have parking restricted during the fall break, which takes place Monday–Friday, Nov. 25–29.

Parking restricted streets:

  • NE Colorado Street
    from NE D Street to NE Opal Street
  • NE Campus Street
    from NE Opal Street to NE B Street
  • NE B Street
    from NE Colorado Street to NE California Street
  • NE California Street
    from NE B Street to NE Ruby Street
  • NE Maiden Lane
    from NE Whitman Street to NE Opal Street
  • NE D Street
    from NE Colorado Street to NE Alpha Road
  • NE C Street
    from NE Colorado Street to NE Alpha Road
  • NE A Street
    from NE Colorado Street to California Street
  • Maple Street
    from Campus to NE Colorado Street
  • NE Linden Street
    from NE B Street to NE Monroe Street

Vehicles parked on one of the above streets between 2 a.m. and 9 a.m. during WSU breaks can be cited and towed. The other two breaks when parking is restricted are winter break—Dec. 16, 2019 to Jan. 10, 2020—and spring break, which begins March 16 and ends March 20.

During these breaks, alternative parking will be available in the southeast corner of the gravel Blue 1 lot across from South Fairway Intramural Fields. Anyone parking overnight is asked to notify WSU Transportation Services by sending their name, WSU ID number, license plate number and state, make and color of their vehicle and personal contact information to

A map of restricted streets and alternative parking lots can be found on the City of Pullman website.

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