Fresno State closes off more of Maple roundabout


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Photo of the safety fencing in front of the Library on Aug. 9, 2022, featuring a poster of Victor E. in construction gear to notify passerby of the Central Utility Plant Replacement Project (CUPR).

By Manuel Hernandez, Editor-in-chief

The roundabout on Maple Avenue will undergo more construction, closing off the east sidewalks. University Communications sent a campus wide email on Feb. 7, informing students that the roundabout would be open by the end of the month. 

“The team is working as quickly as possible to reopen the Maple Circle by the end of the month. Pedestrian traffic will be temporarily redirected as indicated here,” it said in the email.

Signs will be posted to guide pedestrians on alternative paths. 

The email also announced updates in the Phebe Conley Art Gallery

“As part of required fire lane improvements to support renovation of labs within the Conley Art building, new concrete will be poured next week on the sidewalk south of the Peter Business Building and north of Conley Art,” the email said. 

Students with disabilities can contact Services for Students with Disabilities at (559) 278-1900 or email, [email protected].