Despite the decline in car thefts on Long Beach State’s campus, graduate student and victim Alvin Huynh feels University Police aren’t doing enough to address the issue.
Two Long Beach State students filed stalking reports to the University Police Department this past week. Their stories lead this week’s crime blotter.
From the simple beginning of parking in a dirt lot to 14,090 paved spots, “Parking has always been a problem.”
CSULB in talks to put 500 temporary parking spots on the 22-acre parcel.
Wednesday’s ASI Senate meeting tackled student concerns about parking and a mentioned possible parking lot expansion.
President Jane Close Conoley and the University Police Department’s Captain Rick Goodwin have confirmed there are on-going discussions about cameras being placed in campus parking structures.
Students who want to pay with cash for a daily parking permit have to go to the Visitor Information Center On Bellflower Boulevard or the Parking and Transportation Services office.
Long Beach State implements weekend guest passes for dorm residents to reduce CSULB’s parking impact on neighboring streets.
Students weigh in on their parking experience in the new semester. This year has seen a record number of admissions.
The first day of fall semester the university implemented new parking strategies. All general parking lots on lower campus were full by mid-morning.