The annual “Metro Credit Union Celebrates America” concert and fireworks show is on Friday, June 29, 2018. The event is free and open to the public.
UNO will once again provide free parking on campus, beginning at 4 p.m. the day of the concert. Also, please note that several departments on campus will be closing early.
- All Milo Bail Student Center offices will close at 3 P.M. (building is open until 10 P.M.)
- Parking Services will close at 3 P.M.
- Cashiering and Student Accounts will close at 4 P.M.
Normal campus parking restrictions will be enforced until 4 P.M. If you wish to park on campus prior to 4 P.M. and you do not have a university parking permit, you can still pay via the Park Omaha app.
Be aware that campus parking fills by 7 P.M. In addition to surface parking lots, UNO’s multilevel parking garage (University Drive East parking structure) will be open.
Event organizers encourage those who park on campus to use the pedestrian overpass when crossing Dodge Street.
Parking will also continue to be available for attendees of the Friday, June 29, Nebraska Shakespeare performance of "King John."
Shuttle service between UNO’s Dodge and Scott Campuses stops at 7 P.M. during the summer.
Information for Staff and Supervisors
UNO encourages employees on Dodge and Scott Campuses to leave between 3 and 4 P.M. to avoid traffic congestion that day. Non-exempt (hourly) employees should work with their supervisors to make up lost time.
Please note: Because Friday is the first day of a new work week, hours cannot be made up prior to the concert. Please adjust for the time on the following Monday, Tuesday, or Thursday.
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