Camarillo, Calif., July 19, 2012 – CSU Channel Islands (CI) will close a section of Camarillo Street (that formerly served as the University’s main entrance) between Lewis Road and the central campus for approximately four weeks, beginning Monday, July 23, to complete road repairs and repaving.

The repaving project will affect large portions of Camarillo Street from Lewis Road to Santa Barbara Avenue on the central campus.

Visitors are asked instead to use the new University Drive entrance to connect to campus from Lewis Road.  Signs on Lewis Road will guide motorists.

Residents of University Glen should follow detour signs and use Channel Islands Drive or Anacapa Island Drive to connect to campus. 

A map with road closures and alternate routes can be viewed at


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