Bicycle Roundup set for this Monday on campus

Campus Public Safety will be conducting its annual Bicycle Roundup this Monday, May 9. If you are staying on campus over the summer and plan to keep a bike here, please stop by the Campus Public Safety office to get a sticker ID so that your bike will not be removed.

Bicycle Rules for Summer
At the end of the spring semester, a university-wide bicycle “clean-up” is done. Bicycles that are illegally parked, unregistered or inoperable are impounded. Bicycle racks need to be cleared to do routine maintenance to the racks and surrounding areas.

In order to accommodate the maintenance of the bicycle rack areas, bicycles may not be stored on campus during the summer semester. If you are not going to be on campus using your bicycles during the summer, please remove it. Bicycle claims can be made at the Campus Public Safety/parking services office.

Students using their bikes during the summer must move their bikes to the nearest rack of their summer housing.

Bicycles NOT picked up from the impound lot within 60 days will be forwarded to local charities at the discretion of the Campus Public Safety department. Junk bicycles will be recycled.

If you have questions, contact Karen Toohey at

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