THE COLORADOAN - The first event at Colorado State University’s new on-campus stadium is more than four months away, but worry about game-day parking is already in high gear.
Anxiety about how the stadium would affect neighborhoods near campus has been ongoing since the stadium was proposed a few years ago, with parking impacts being just one of the worries.
However, the level of concern about parking was kicked up a couple of notches recently by a memo from the city’s Parking Advisory Board to City Council that recommended against having game-day permitted parking for residents only in neighborhoods near campus.
The idea alarmed some residents of neighborhoods close to campus, especially those south of Prospect Road. The area is known collectively as the Sheely neighborhood, although it consists of three neighborhoods.
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