Access to LCCC on January 22

Access to Lorain County Community College on January 22, 2010

Road closings and other security measures for President Obama’s Town Hall Meeting will limit access to the Lorain County Community College Campus on Friday, January 22.

  • The north entrance to Lorain County Community College from N. Abbe Road will close at 9 a.m.
     
  • The south entrance from N. Abbe Road will remain open until N. Abbe Road is closed for President Obama’s motorcade at approximately noon.
     
  • N. Abbe Road will close to all traffic from CobbleStone Square south at approximately noon.
     
  • There will be no campus entry from approximately noon until 4 p.m.
     
  • Exiting the campus exit between noon and 4 p.m. will be restricted. You may use only the east exit to Burns Road, and exit will not be possible at all times. If you will be on campus after noon, you should plan to be on campus until 4 p.m.
     
  • It is strongly suggested that all visitors be on the LCCC campus prior to 11 a.m. in the event of schedule changes.
     
  • Parking for attendees of the Town Hall Meeting will be directed to park in LCCC Parking Lot 5 South.
     
  • Parking for all other visitors, including those who will view a broadcast of the event from the Stocker Arts Center or Spitzer Conference center is restricted to:
     
    Lot 2 South, Lot 3 South and Lot 4 South

Anyone on the LCCC campus after approximately noon may not be able to exit the campus until 4 p.m.

For a printable copy of the map, click on the map image below.

Obama Visit Campus Map

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