The University asks for neighbour's cooperation while on South Campus land

Tuesday, August 13, 2013 4:45 PM | Cory Doll

In recent weeks, plants and crops on the farm property have been removed and vegetation disrupted. The University seeks to remind those who take advantage of South Campus lands to respect the integrity of the research taking place by abiding by the following regulations:

  Remain on the trails and grass pathways.

  Ensure dogs are on their leash at all times.

  Do not interfere with any plants or crops.

The South Campus research lands are restricted areas and public vehicle access is not permitted. Campus Protective Services are patrolling the premises. Let’s try to ensure that the U keeps its gates open, so we can all enjoy access to the farmlands.

Secondly, please note that the university will be building chain-link fencing around the Medical Isotope and Cyclotron Facility as a security measure necessitated by several acts of vandalism.  The most recent incident in early August caused damage estimated at over $15,000. Edmonton Police Service is investigating the situation. If you see suspicious activity, the request to the community is to not engage the individual but call the 24-hour line of Campus Protective Services at 780-492-5050.

If you have questions, regarding either of these topics, please contact the Office of University Relations at 780-248-1222 or email: universityrelations@ualberta.ca. 

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