Campus Outages

  • Tiger Lane, Nursery Road & West Windsor Fields closed
    November 19, 2021

    The West Windsor fields on University property bounded by Lake Carnegie, Washington Road and U.S. Route 1 have been closed as preparations are underway to initiate Princeton’s Lake Campus Development. Fences have been erected around the fields, which for years have been used by runners, soccer and rugby players, and others for outdoor recreation. For community and construction site safety, only construction and maintenance vehicles are permitted in the 110-acre tract. 

  • Lots 14 & 25 Close, Pedestrian Detours Ivy Lane/Western Way
    January 28, 2022

    As of Monday, January 31, Lots 14 and 25 along Ivy Lane, as well as access to these lots via Roper Lane, will permanently close and pedestrian detours will shift. Lots 4, 5 & 26 were closed in late December. See Phase 2 map below. Western Way is anticipated to re-open in the Fall 2022

  • Installing new pathways, Sept 28 - Oct 26
    September 27, 2022

    Facilities will impact three neighborhoods (Nassau, Museum and Ivy Lane) as it installs new pathways in three locations to improve pedestrian traffic flow. The Edwards Hall parking lot will be unavailable while it is used as the project laydown area. Please use caution when in the area and follow detour signs. You can expect to hear noise, and traffic will be controlled by flaggers as necessary

  • Building Entrance closed, NW Guyot, Sept 28 - Nov 11
    September 27, 2022

    Guyot's northwest entrance/exit needs to close from September 28 - November 11 due to continued work on the Steam to Hot Water Conversion Project. Please follow detour signs and use caution when in the area.

  • Scaffolding/Lifts, Dillon by Little Hall, Sept 29 - Oct 14
    September 27, 2022

    The north side of Dillon, adjacent to Little Hall, will be undergoing facade restoration beginning September 29 and last for approximately 2-3 weeks. Facilities will build scaffolding and overhead protection in this area to maintain pedestrian access (the stair that pedestrians use from the north Dillon parking lot area, south west toward Pyne Dr).