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Boston College 2012 Football Season, Parking Restrictions Start Saturday

With every new football season comes a list of parking restrictions in Chestnut Hill. Make sure your car does not get towed!

The football season kicks off this Saturday, ushering in a new year and a fresh start for the Eagles and their devoted fan base. 

It also marks the start of game day parking restrictions in the Chestnut Hill neighborhoods around BC and Alumni Stadium.

Parking on the neighborhood streets around the school during game days is prohibited and cars will be towed at the owner's expense. Signs are posted in most restricted parking areas. 

Patrons attending the football game are encouraged to take public transportation, as on-campus parking passes are not available for single-game ticket holders. Only those individuals who make a donation to the Boston College Flynn Fund and have season tickets can be considered for on-campus parking. 

There is some parking available at satellite lots in Brighton (New Balance Parking Garage on Guest Street) and on Second Street in Needham. Shuttle bus service is available to and from the stadium.

A satellite lot on the  is available for season ticket holders only.

All vehicles, including those with university-issued permits, must be removed from the Chestnut Hill campus by 11 p.m. the night before a home football game. Students with resident permitted vehicles (SRF permits only) may park at the Newton Centre campus for home games. 

For more information on parking and public transportation, visit the BC Eagles website.

The Boston College football home games this year are as follows:

  • Saturday, Sept. 1 vs. Miami. Game time: 3:30 p.m.
  • Saturday, Sept. 8 vs. Maine. Game time: 1 p.m.
  • Saturday, Sept. 29 vs. Clemson. Game time: TBA.
  • Saturday, Oct. 27 vs. Maryland. Game time: TBA.
  • Saturday, Nov. 10 vs. Notre Dame. Game time: TBA.
  • Saturday, Nov. 17 vs. Virginia Tech. Game time: TBA. 

Information provided by Boston College Athletics website

Note: The Maryland game is on Oct. 27, not Sept. 27.

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