Ball State's Emens parking structure to close for good

<p>This 2013 file photo shows a car driving through the Emens parking structure. After being around for around 50 years, the parking garage will be closed permanently and demolished during the summer. <strong>Jonathan Miksanek, DN File</strong></p>

This 2013 file photo shows a car driving through the Emens parking structure. After being around for around 50 years, the parking garage will be closed permanently and demolished during the summer. Jonathan Miksanek, DN File

At midnight May 8, parking in the Emens Parking structure will no longer be permitted and will be closed permanently in preparation for demolition, according to a campus-wide email from the university's facilities planning and management.

People have been requested to vacate the Emens parking structure by that time and any remaining vehicles after that date will be towed at the owner’s expense, the email said.

Ball State's Parking Services previously notified those who are permit holders, R6/NP, that their permit would expire on on that date. Individuals holding an Emens permit will be allowed to park, using their current R6 permit, in any yellow lot over the summer. The permit holder can also purchase a summer permit for another red lot on campus.

Parking in the newly built New York parking structure will begin Aug. 24.

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