Closing and Cancellations

Status for January 18, 2020

Normal operations

Winter Storm Parking Ban – Noon Saturday Through Noon Sunday

To allow for ice and snow removal from the roadways, surface lots and garage rooftops, the following parking ban will be in effect from noon Saturday, Jan. 18, through noon Sunday, Jan. 19.

All staff, students and contractors arriving on the main campus during this time period are required to park in the covered levels of Garages 1, 2 or 3, and must not park in the surface parking lots or along the roadways.

All garage entrance gates except for Level 6 of Garage 1 will be open.

The rooftop of Garage 2 will be open for patients and emergency vehicles only.

All staff, students and contractors arriving on campus after noon on Sunday must use their normal parking areas.

Vehicles in violation of these regulations will be subject to citations, towing or immobilization.

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Thank you and be safe.

Parking, Transportation & Event Services

In the event of non-weather related emergencies, refer to the Alert page.

In the past, there has sometimes been confusion over the applicability of various closing announcements issued by the Governor’s Office, other State agencies, or the Storrs campus. The nature of UConn Health's activities requires that official notification of emergency closing decisions be made and communicated ONLY by UConn Health.

UConn Health employees and students should contact UConn Health’s operational status hotline at 860-679-2001. This is the only reliable and official source of communication regarding delayed openings, class cancellations, or closings of the UConn Health’s nonessential service units due to weather or other circumstances. With 30 dedicated lines operating 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, you’ll know quickly if anything has changed. In the unlikely event that service of UConn Health’s Operational Status Hotline is disrupted, the back-up number is 860-486-9292.

We ask that you please keep the above two telephone numbers in convenient locations at home for quick access in the future.

In recent years the majority of radio and television stations in Connecticut have converted to automated systems announcing closing information. These systems restrict the scope and description of the information conveyed and do not meet the particular needs of UConn Health. Therefore, UConn Health will no longer notify radio or television stations of changes in our operational status.

UConn Health’s Operational Status Hotline will advise employees of UConn Health’s operational status based on the service unit designation.