Updated 12:30 p.m., Monday, Aug. 11, with new information about parking structures 4 and 7, stranded vehicles, and John Wooden Recreation Center.

Where to find up-to-date information

Classes and programs

Open

  • Buildings and operations related to the campus’s academic enterprise, residence halls and the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center have been unaffected.
  • Drake Stadium, Intramural Field
  • Portions of John Wooden Recreation Center. First floor: cardio and weight rooms, locker rooms, Pardee gym. Second floor: racquetball and squash courts, Pyramid & Dynasty rooms. Enter the building on the west side.
  • Arthur Ashe Student Health and Wellness Center
  • Student Counseling and Psychological Services

Closed under further notice

  • John Wooden Recreation Center first-floor racquetball and squash courts, rock wall, adjacent cardio area and locker rooms. Collins Court and other first-floor gymnasiums will not be available until further notice, due to extensive water damage. Members are invited to use the Kinross Recreation Center: Find additional information here and on UCLA Recreation's Facebook page.
  • Pauley Pavilion, which is getting a new playing floor in preparation for the Bruin basketball season, and Acosta Athletic Training Center, which will be fully operational when football players return to to campus from training camp in a few weeks. See update from UCLA Athletics Director Dan Guerrero.
  • J.D. Morgan Center Hall of Fame

Parking and stranded vehiles

  • Parking structures 4 and 7 have been fully drained and cleared of the vehicles that were trapped inside. A structural engineer has evaluated the structures and declared them safe, but both structures remain closed to the general public as clean-up and repairs continue. Crews are restoring ventilation, elevator doors, fire safety systems and more.
  • In parking structure 4, UCLA Transportation has re-opened to a group of permit-holders only about 500 spaces at the east end, beneath Wilson Plaza. Additional portions of structures 4 and 7 are expected to re-open in phases before the start of the academic year in October, officials said. Permit holders will be notified when spaces are available for them to park in structures 4 or 7. Until then, permit holders are asked to use their temporary permits for structures 2 and 3.
  • Of the nearly 1,000 cars that were trapped in the flooded garages, 35 remained to be picked up by their drivers as of Monday morning. UCLA Transportation is continuing efforts to to reach out to the owners. Find more information at Parking Structure 4 and 7 updates and UCLA Transportation Twitter.
  • Learn about getting to campus without a car at UCLA Transportation. See this tweet for information on free L.A. Metro passes as well as BruinGo! flash passes for the Santa Monica and Culver City bus systems.
  • To get reimbursed for any out-of-pocket expenses such as insurance deductibles, contact your insurance carrier to begin the process with the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power. More information from LAWDP, including the online claim form, address to submit a claim by mail, and a phone number to call if you have questions.

Guidelines regarding emergency leave and related support services

  • The campus has made a loan-assistance program available for UCLA employees and students whose vehicles were damaged in the flood; those needing emergency loans are required to first complete an emergency loan survey. More information about that program and a list of other resources for employees affected by the flooding are posted online at  Campus Human Resources.
  • Administrative leave with pay is available to UCLA staff during natural disasters or other emergencies and is addressed under the Absence from Work Policy, Section F. Administrative Leave. Contact your supervisor.
  • Additionally, departments may allow employees who are unable to work as a result of the flooding to use their accrued vacation, compensatory time off, or leave without pay. Check with your supervisor. Details are available at Campus Human Resources.
Additional coverage
  • Find complete UCLA Newsroom coverage and messages to the campus from Chancellor Gene Block here.