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Parking at the Furious Flower Poetry Conference

No parking permits will be necessary if you park in the locations detailed below. Regular enforcement will continue in other parking lots, and you may receive a parking citation if parked in a restricted lot. You’re prohibited from parking in specialty spaces, such as service vehicle spaces, handicapped spaces without proper permit, or expired meters. You’re also prohibited from parking in fire lanes.

All regulations for JMU students, faculty and staff will remain in effect, and students attending the event are required to park in appropriate student-parking lots with a JMU parking permit.

If you’re attending anything not listed below, you can obtain a free visitor’s parking pass at Parking Services, which is located on the first floor of Champions parking deck.

Following is day-by-day parking information:

Wednesday Sept. 24

8pm, opening concert at Forbes: vehicles may park in Warsaw Deck without a permit, accessible via Warsaw Ave.

Thursday Sept. 25

9:30-11:30am, critics roundtables at Festival: vehicles may park in D3 Lot without a permit, across the street from Festival Conference Center

8-10:30pm, poetry reading at Wilson Auditorium: vehicles may park in Warsaw Deck without a permit, accessible via Warsaw Ave.

Friday Sept. 26

10:00am-12:00pm, critics roundtable at Festival: vehicles may park in D3 Lot without a permit, across the street from Festival Conference Center

2:15-4:45pm, poetry reading at Wilson Auditorium: vehicles may park in Warsaw Deck without a permit, accessible via Warsaw Ave.

Saturday September 27

There is a football game today so please allow yourself extra time to find parking. On the weekend, you may park in any standard spaces without a parking permit. (Note that specially marked spaces are enforced 7 days a week. As always, you are subject to parking citations if parked in service vehicle spaces, handicapped spaces without proper permit, fire lanes or other prohibited areas. Meters on campus are enforced 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.)

Below are suggested parking lots clost to the events listed.

10am-5:30pm, critics roundtable and open mic poetry reading at Grafton-Stovall: parking in Grace Street deck without a permit, accessible via Grace St.

8-10:30pm, Ravi Coltrane concert at Wilson Auditorium - parking in Warsaw Avenue Deck without a permit, accessible via Warsaw Ave. (Alternative parking locations: K Lot (adjacent to FedEx), N4, N5 and N6 lots)


Alternative parking locations for Saturday's events: