Dubuque Street

students, families, and volunteers on move-in day

University of Iowa residence hall move-in starts Aug. 17

Clinton Street to be rerouted, students to follow hall-specific instructions
It’s going to be a busy few days in Iowa City as the University of Iowa welcomes thousands of first-year students moving into residence halls. Residence hall move-in will be scheduled in shifts from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Wednesday, Aug. 17, and Thursday, Aug. 18.

Drivers urged to avoid Dubuque Street

Alternate I-80 exits, routes suggested
Because of the current risk of flooding in low-lying areas, including Dubuque Street in front of Mayflower Residence Hall, visitors to the University of Iowa campus in Iowa City should avoid the I-80/Dubuque Street exit (Exit 244).

Northbound lanes of Dubuque Street to close for flood barrier installation

UI officials closely monitoring flood forecast
The City of Iowa City will close the two northbound lanes of North Dubuque Street this afternoon (weather permitting) or Tuesday morning to allow for the installation of flood barriers around the University of Iowa’s Mayflower Residence Hall.

Detours for residence-hall traffic

Maps and directions for students moving into UI facilities
With construction on Interstate 80 exit 244 to Dubuque Street, drivers are advised to take alternate routes, especially as incoming University of Iowa students move into campus residence halls Aug. 18-25.

Dubuque Street exit closure alters UI-bound traffic

Visitors coming from the east advised to use I-80 exit 246
University of Iowa students and their parents, UI Hospitals and Clinics patients, and others traveling to the UI campus should be aware that the Iowa Department of Transportation has closed the westbound exit from I-80 to Dubuque Street (exit 244) for construction.