(Aug. 4, 2010)--UTSA and the San Antonio Police Department will conduct an emergency training exercise from 8 a.m. to noon, Friday, Aug. 6 on the UTSA Main Campus.
As part of the exercise, there will be police activity in the area, and a portion of Walter Brenan Avenue will be closed near the tennis courts and the Recreation and Wellness Center with traffic detoured on the south to Sam Barshop Boulevard.Because of the exercise, Campus Recreation will be closed from midnight, Thursday, Aug. 5 to noon, Friday, Aug. 6. Student Health Services and Counseling Services will open at 2 p.m., Friday, Aug. 6. During the exercise, emergency health and counseling services will be provided by calling the UTSA Police Department at 210-458-4242.
Friday, Aug. 6: Parking/road closures and detour route
"This event conducted in cooperation with the City of San Antonio is important to help achieve our goal of maintaining a safer environment for UTSA students, faculty, staff and visitors," said Donovan Agans, UTSA director of business continuity and emergency management. "We appreciate everyone's patience and cooperation during this training exercise, and we apologize for the temporary inconvenience."
Faculty members with Friday morning classes or finals: Please relay this information to your students via Blackboard.
>> In the event of a real emergency situation, visit the new UTSA Campus Alerts website.
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