Use Your Parking Permit at Other UC Campuses

Did you know that your campus parking permit can be honored at other UC campuses? That means you can attend meetings at other UC schools, or invite UC colleagues to UCR, and not have to worry about paying for hourly parking.

That’s because all 10 campuses participate in a parking reciprocity program. Best option before visiting a campus, though, is to read on permit reciprocity.

Faculty and staff who work at another UC and pay for a long term (quarter or annual) parking permit issued from that campus, may receive up to five days of complimentary parking each fiscal year at UC Riverside.

UC colleagues can obtain a complimentary UCR parking permit by presenting their valid faculty or staff parking permit along with a photo identification at the main campus kiosk or the Parking Services Building. All vehicles are required to have a valid UCR parking permit to park in any UCR campus lots.

Locations to pick-up a complimentary parking permit are:

  • Parking Services Building: Located on campus at 683 W. Linden Street
  • University Kiosk: Located on W. Campus Dr., South of University Avenue

Reciprocity of parking permits is not extended to students.

For full details and more information on parking reciprocity at other campuses: parking.ucr.edu/permits/reciprocity.html.

Twilight Tours Planned at Botanic Gardens

The Friends of the UCR Botanic Gardens are holding two “Twilight Tours” at the Botanic Gardens. The docent-led tours are scheduled for Friday, July 14 and Friday, August 18 at 6:30 p.m.

The strolls last about 90 minutes and are followed by refreshments on the patio. The cost is $7 for Friends of UCRBG members and $10 for non-members. There is a nominal fee for parking on campus.

Reservations are required. Please call 951-784-6962 or email ucrbg@ucr.edu to make your reservation. Send your check payable to “UC Regents” to University of California, 2460 Geology, Attn: Twilight Tour Event, Riverside, CA 92521. Please specify which tour you plan to attend. You may also pay at the door by check or with exact change only.

If you go:

  • Friday, July 14: 6:30 p.m.
  • Friday, August 18: 6:30 p.m.
  • Cost: $7 for Friends of UCRBG members; $10 for non-members.
  • Reservations: (951) 784-6962  or email ucrbg@ucr.edu
  • For more information: www.gardens.ucr.edu.

Beautifying the Landscape

A team of UCR landscapers worked on a renovation project that transformed an arid space into a decorative, serene, xeriscape garden, located in front of the CHASS Interdisciplinary building (across from the Arts building).

The work began with about 30 volunteers on Highlander Day of Service this past April. Volunteers helped turn the soil and ripped away dry vegetation. A few weeks later — before UCR’s commencement ceremonies — UCR landscapers worked quickly to revitalize the area and welcome the thousands of visitors who come across campus for graduation ceremonies.

This renovation was one of three beautification projects on campus, said Toshio “Tos” Ishida, assistant director of Landscape and Refuse Service with Facilities Services.

Raymond Bolles, landscape supervisor, said it was important to complete the project before graduations in order to give visitors “a warm welcome with an esthetically pleasing garden.”

UCR Citrus Products for Sale on Campus

Some of the new UCR citrus products are now available on campus. Currently at the Scotty Store in the HUB are items within the Citrus Collection, including citrus olive oil, citrus vinegar, honey vinegar, and Parliament Citron Chocolate bars.

Several items are also available in the Market at Glenmor and the Barnes & Noble bookstore on campus.

The citrus for the products was sourced from UCR’s own Citrus Variety Collection, comprising more than four trees each of 1,000 different citrus varieties and citrus relatives growing on our campus. The collection dates back to 1910 as resource for the UC Citrus Experiment Station and continues to be a resource for teaching, research, development of new citrus cultivars, and a diversity of community outreach activities on our UCR campus.

Altogether more than 7,000 pounds of fruit from more than 60 different varieties, including a number of UCR developed cultivars, contributed to these products. Use of UCR’s citrus in these unique products allows people to “taste” UCR while enhancing the sustainability of the UCR Citrus Collection.

For more information regarding the Citrus Collection, visit citrusgifts.ucr.edu.

Several of UCR’s citrus products are for sale on campus stores. UC Riverside Residential Dining Services

Keep Up with UCR Athletics News

Have you kept up with all the UC Riverside sports news? Athletes from our soccer, baseball, basketball, and track and field, are among some of the students featured by news outlets for their amazing performances.

Since early June, at least three UCR baseball players have been drafted by MLB: UCR pitchers Ryan Lillie, Alex Fagalde, and outfielder Mark Contreras. UCR golf coach Mary Ritchie was named one of the Inland Empire’s top 5 Women’s College coaches.

Catch up on more stories at the UCR Athletics homepage and show your Highlander spirit at upcoming sports games. Check out the athletic calendar.

Science Library Pathway Construction Project

UCR’s Architects & Engineers will be working on a six-week project near the Orbach Science Library. Construction began on June 19. Work hours will be from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m.

The project consists of removing, replacing, and modifying the existing concrete path in order to create a code compliant accessible walking path across East Campus Drive. The labor includes adding a new ramp and concrete pathway between the Chemical Sciences building and Orbach Science Library, Physics and the School of Medicine building.

East Campus Drive will remain open for most of the project. A detour route will be provided and published by A&E in the next few weeks.

Incredible Bulk Trash Event set for June 24

The annual UCR Incredible Bulk Trash Event will take place on Saturday, June 24, from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. in lot 24. The drop-off allows city of Riverside residents, UCR students, faculty and staff to dispose of unwanted household products.

Participants can bring by unwanted bulky items, including furniture, refrigerators, mattresses, and electronics at no cost. Household hazardous waste, such as antifreeze, batteries, oil and paint will not be accepted. The event is sponsored by the city of Riverside Public Works Department, and the university.

Participation is limited to city of Riverside residents and the UCR community. Those dropping off items must show proof of residency or campus affiliation. Lot 24 is located on Canyon Crest Drive, between University and Linden avenues. For more information, call (951) 827-7073.

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