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Algoma Blvd Project – September 6, 2022

Safety of our Oshkosh campus community remains top priority as the semester gets into full swing. Work remaining on the Algoma Boulevard project includes concrete paving of the street, sidewalks, and parking bays. To stay safe as construction vehicles continue to move...

Algoma Blvd Project – August 29th Update

Move-In starts this week at UW Oshkosh and the road construction will continue along with move-in. We’re asking community members who aren’t moving in to avoid the UW Oshkosh campus from Aug. 31st to Sept. 4th as we move in nearly 2500 resident students....

Algoma Blvd Reconstruction Project Update – August 1, 2022

As the Algoma Blvd reconstruction project continues, please note that key intersections and pathways through campus are will be disrupted at various stages of the work. The construction crew will continue to shift their signs and access points as they move through the...

Algoma Project – July 20, 2022 Update

This week, the closure of Algoma Boulevard was extended an additional block and now runs from Wisconsin Street to Congress Avenue. High Avenue will continue to accommodate two-way traffic between W. New York Avenue and Osceola Street. This phase of the project is...

May 12, 2022 – Algoma Reconstruction Update

It’s the last week of our Spring 2022 semester at UW Oshkosh which brings a little more traffic to campus due to move-out and commencement programs. This year just comes with a little more excitement because the City is working on updating streets on and near...

2022 Amnesty Week Rollout

UW Oshkosh Police Department is rolling out Amnesty Week. Each school year barricades, cones, signs and other construction equipment in place to protect our campus community disappears from campus – typically during evening hours. This year is no exception and with...