Neighbourhood News and June Events

Busy day across campus may cause delays – Tuesday, June 4

Western officials are urging the campus community to use a bit of caution – and maybe some alternative routes – as a busy Tuesday, June 4, nears.

From 6-10 a.m., University Drive Bridge, along with the intersection of Perth, Middlesex and Lambton Drives, will be closed to motorized vehicle traffic.

The east side of the bridge will be closed west of the entrance to the Medway parking lot. The bridge will remain open for pedestrians and cyclists.

With more than 4,000 people expected to attend an event, the Medway, Talbot, Middlesex and Visual Arts parking lots will be reserved for event participants until 10 a.m.

London Transit buses will be re-routed in the morning.

Starting at 8 a.m., TD Waterhouse Stadium will host the Thames Valley District School Board (TVDSB) Elementary Track & Field Meet. Hundreds of local athletes, family members and fans will descend on the south side of campus for the annual event.

Huron Flats and South Valley parking lots will be used for this event, but will remain open to the campus community.

Orchard Park P.S. Fun Fair

The annual Orchard Park Fun Fair will take place on Thursday, June 6th starting at 5:30 pm with a BBQ. The event is rain or shine.

Councillor Squire’s Community Meeting – Wed, June 19

The meeting will be held on Wednesday, June 19th starting at 7 pm at King’s College in the Vitali Lounge. Councillor Squire is asking you to RSVP at psquire@london.ca or call 519-661-5095. Topics will include transit and community safety. Representatives from London Transit and the Police Community Oriented Response Unit will attend.

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