Thanks to the facilities crew which worked diligently to clean Green Bay Campus roads after the “perfect storm” of heavy snowfall followed by extreme cold which made salting ineffective. The hillside from the Bay Settlement Entrance was especially ice-covered and difficult because of shade and overnight freezing. The entrance is now open to campus and community traffic. Thank you for slowing down on campus roads and for your patience as we host those coming to campus for vaccinations and COVID-19 Rapid Testing.
Prevea Health is partnering with UW-Green Bay to launch two community COVID-19 vaccine clinics—one at the Kress Events Center on the UW-Green Bay campus in Green Bay and another on the Sheboygan Campus. When the clinic on the Green Bay Campus begins operation Monday, Jan. 18, you will see increased traffic in the area and the availability of parking will be reduced.
Starting on Monday, Jan. 18, 2021, the Kress Events Center parking lot will be dedicated to supporting both the Prevea Health vaccination clinic and the campus student/faculty/staff testing. (Please be aware of separate entrances for each). If you are not participating in one of these activities, please plan to park in an alternate location. The nearby Baird Foundation parking lot, which had been previously closed for winter, will be open to general campus use for the remainder of the semester.
While the mechanical improvements are being finalized within the Environmental Sciences building on the Green Bay Campus, the concourse tunnel corridor will be closed to all individuals in order to provide safety to the contractors and general public. There will be barricades placed on either end of the corridor. Please do not ignore these barricades and proceed through the corridor. Use either people pocket exits from the Instructional Services building or Laboratory Sciences building to go around Environmental Sciences.
Beginning Sunday, Aug. 9 through Friday, Aug. 14, Operations personnel will be performing their annual floor care during the daytime and evening hours. Please honor all signs and postings in conjunction with these projects so the floors are ready for another school year. During floor care week, Operations will not be able to honor office moves, event set-ups or other potential events.
Reminder: asbestos abatement removal is taking place in the corridor between Laboratory Sciences and Environmental Sciences at the concourse level. The abatement contractor will be closing the corridor on Tuesday, July 14 and reopening the corridor the morning of Friday, July 17. Please access Laboratory Sciences from the second floor level during this event.
The City of Green Bay Metro Transit will offer bus pick-up/drop-off service to campus from July 6 to July 31,2020 at the Studio Arts bus shelter. See website for times.
- Leon Bond Drive will remain open until July 12. It will be closed for the remainder of the month.
- Main Entrance Circle will also be open until July 12. It will be closed for the remainder of the month.
- Rose Hall Concourse will remain open for use at this time until further notice.
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The main campus will be starting some significant construction projects in July with some extending into August. All projects should be completed prior to the student move-in dates and commencement
CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS – JULY & AUGUST
- Leon Bond Drive: From Bay Settlement to Kress Events Center will be closed all traffic in July. Closing the road will allow the work to be done quicker and in a safer manner. I would expect that this may occur on July 6, 2020.
- Main Entrance Circle: Road work in July. No bus drop-off or pickup. I would expect this to occur on July 6, 2020.
- Cofrin Library: Exterior brick work. Beginning July 6, 2020.
- Concourse tunnel: Rose Hall to Cofrin Library will be closed beginning June 30.
- Residence Life: Fire lane between Traditional Apartments and Freshman dormitories will be replaced. I don’t have a specific date yet.
- Residence Life: New fiber cabling installed in the Traditional Apartments, Community Center, and Maintenance Shop.
Instructional Services, Mary Ann Cofrin Hall, Kress Events Center and Facilities Management will close from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 27. Environmental Sciences and Laboratory Sciences will lose power for 10 to 20 minutes but will not be affected by the overall outage.
Alliant Energy has provided a $5,000 grant to the UW-Green Bay, Sheboygan County Campus to assist with the removal of dying ash trees. This was made possible by Extension Master Gardener Volunteers and their collaborative relationships within the community. The Extension Master Gardeners have also provided a memorial gift of $1,700 to help purchase replacement trees. Falling branches from dying ash trees can become a hazard to students and others on campus. Ash trees, killed by emerald ash borer, become extremely brittle and can easily break as they decline. Replacing dead ash trees will also result in a healthier ecosystem. Ash trees with little die back or still appearing healthy can be treated with insecticides to provide emerald ash borer control.
Starting Monday, July 22, 2019 there will be construction on the section of road intersecting the Main Entrance Boulevard up and along the Shorewood Golf Course to Theatre Hall drive. The road will remain open, but it will be reduced to one lane for curb and asphalt replacement. Please use the Main Entrance Boulevard to access the interior areas of campus. The road will be completely open in mid-August.
On Monday, July 22, 2019 at 6 a.m. on the Green Bay campus, all academic buildings, path lights, and street lights will lose power for approximately 15 to 30 minutes while Wisconsin Public Service and UW-Green Bay staff changes the primary electrical service cabling at the University substation. All general electrical receptacles and lighting will lose power during this time. It is recommended that electronics be powered off prior to this outage. Electrical items that are connected to an emergency power system will maintain power once the generator starts and the transfer switch is activated. Residence Life buildings and Shorewood Golf Course will not be affected. Point of Sale devices may be affected, but please verify with Information Technology.