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Parking Changes For MSU/Auburn Game

From MSU Sports Information

PARKING ADJUSTED AGAIN DUE TO WEATHER

STARKVILLE, Miss. – In an effort to preserve the beauty of campus, Mississippi State University announced Friday certain public pay parking on campus grass areas – along with Bulldog Club Lot 28 – has been closed for Saturday’s football game against Auburn due to weather conditions.

For Lot 28 pass holders, complimentary shuttles will again be provided to and from Aiken Village, and a tailgate unloading zone will be available on Stone Blvd.

Anticipated wet weather has forced the closure of pay parking at Suttle, off Barr Avenue, Coliseum Boulevard, Bully Boulevard, near Sorority Row and Stone Boulevard, have been closed, university officials said. Public paid parking is available at the Thad Cochran Research Park, Zacharias Village, the Wise Center, and the Longest Health Center. Complimentary parking is available in downtown Starkville. Shuttle service is currently available from the Wise Center, the Research Park, and downtown.

Weather conditions could impact parking at additional grass locations on campus, and additional shuttle service could be added to transport fans to and from the stadium.