On-street parking restrictions in effect for Saturday's spring game at Michigan Stadium
City of Ann Arbor
The University of Michigan Mott Spring Football Scrimmage is scheduled for 12:30 p.m. Saturday at Michigan Stadium, and on-street parking restrictions will be in place on several streets.
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That includes portions of Fourth Avenue, Division Street, Cross Street, Brown Street, Edgewood Place, Keech Avenue, Potter Avenue, Edgewood Avenue, Belmar Place, Berkley Avenue, Snyder Avenue, Franklin Boulevard, State Street, McKinley Avenue and Dewey Avenue.
City officials said signage will be displayed in the stadium area to promote the event parking hotline number for residents and visitors with questions. The hotline number is 734-794-6444.
Residents and visitors interested in information about the event also can visit www.mgoblue.com.
Ann Arbor has a reputation for being aggressive about ticketing and towing cars that are parked illegally on city streets.
The city began enforcing regular football parking rules during the U-M spring game for the first time in April 2010. But after receiving strong backlash for failing to give proper notice about the enforcement, the city agreed to void 95 tickets it had issued to football fans and other motorists.
City officials decided then they would do a better job of notifying the public about the parking restrictions for the spring game in future years.
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