Green Bay Campus Road Closure

Due to extreme cold and icy conditions, Leon Bond Drive is closed from Bay Settlement Road to South Circle Drive on the Green Bay Campus.

The extreme cold and icy conditions are making travel hazardous throughout Northeast Wisconsin, including roads on the UW-Green Bay Campus in Green Bay.

Earlier today, UW-Green Bay Campus Police closed Leon Bond Drive from Bay Settlement Road to South Circle Drive due to these conditions.

While road crews on campus and throughout the area are doing what they can to clear roads, the extremely low temperatures are preventing road salt from effectively melting ice and are creating hazardous driving conditions and slippery roads.

The Brown County Sheriff’s Office and the Green Bay Police Department are also alerting motorists about the hazardous driving conditions created by the arctic air mass in the area for the next several days.

Please be aware of these conditions and limit driving if you are able to do so. Use additional caution when approaching intersections, slowing or stopping.

Travel safely and only if absolutely necessary, Phoenix.

COVID-19 Safety

The disruption caused by COVID-19 continues challenging us while we pursue our educational goals and keep healthy and safe. Refer to the Phoenix Forward website for official UW-Green Bay information about COVID-19 testing, the results of those test, as well as safety measures and campus operations for how the University will function during the pandemic and what is required of the entire campus community to operate safely.