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NYU to Offer Parking Reimbursement Again for Neighbors' Cars Displaced by Incoming Students

August 18, 2008
N-512, 2007-08

* COMMUNITY ADVISORY *

Sunday, August 24, 2008 is NYU’s annual “Move-In Day,” when thousands of students arrive at NYU residence halls for the start of the fall semester. Because of the volume of arriving students - many of them being dropped off by car with their belongings - parking is prohibited in front of NYU dorms on that day.

The University recognizes that this can be a significant inconvenience for its neighbors. So, NYU will reimburse the cost of a parking stay of up to 24 hours for local residents living between Houston St. and 14th St. and between 2nd Ave. and 6th Ave. who need to use a garage.

Neighbors seeking reimbursement can bring their original parking receipt and proof of residency to the University’s Office of Government and Community Affairs (OGCA) between 9:00 am and 5:00 pm, Monday-Friday, or they can mail it to OGCA at 25 West 4th St, 5th Fl, New York, NY 10012. The office can be reached by phone (212.998.2400), by email (community.affairs@nyu.edu), or on the web www.nyu.edu/ogca.

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