Parking restrictions and temporary parking permissions are in place for all home Kansas State football games for areas surrounding Bill Snyder Family Stadium. The City Commission approved these parking modifications on home football game days to improve safety and allow for better emergency access.
Parking is prohibited, and tow zones are established, along the following streets on game days:
Hobbs Drive — south side from College Avenue to Kenmar Drive
Himes Road — south side from College Avenue to Winne Drive
Vaughn Drive — south side from Kenmar Drive to College Avenue
Ranser Road — west side from Kimball Avenue to Hobbs Drive
Cassell Road — south side from Ranser Road to Kenmar Drive
Kenmar Drive — west side from Kimball Avenue to Hobbs Drive
Winne Drive — west side from Kenmar Drive to Hobbs Drive
North side of Sunny Circle
North side of Meade Circle
West side of Parkway Drive
Hillview Drive — east side from Kimball Avenue to St. Christopher Circle
Hillview Drive — southeast, south and west side from St. Christopher Circle to College Avenue
Snowbird Drive — south and west side from Tamarron Terrace to the end of Snowbird Drive cul-de-sac
In areas designated by the City Manager, property owners are permitted to allow temporary front yard parking during Kansas State University home football game days. This game day parking is allowed on streets that have been limited to parking on one side, as long as property owners have existing access to their property from the street. Front yard parking is also allowed on properties that have access to a four-lane street. This parking allowance addresses congestion, access and safety concerns expressed by some residents.
The following area allows temporary parking:
An area bounded by Browning Avenue on the west, Claflin Road on the south, Denison Avenue on the east and city limits on the north.
These parking restrictions will be in effect on the following game days in 2016: Sept. 17, Sept. 24, Oct. 8, Oct. 22, Nov. 5 and Nov. 26.