Phone: 720-886-4400
Fax: 720-886-4488
Attendance: 720-886-4515

26301 E. Arapahoe Rd.
Aurora, CO 80016
Fox Ridge Traffic Plan
The safe arrival to and departure from school is important to us.  As our enrollment continues to increase we want to minimize congestion and expedite the carpool lanes. We have changed our traffic flow.
If your student is allowed to ride a school bus, let him / her do so.  That will reduce the number of vehicles accessing our parking lot at the critical arrival and dismissal times.  If your student is within walking distance, again, let him / her do so.  Encourage safe travel by arranging walking buddies, etc. 
For those dropping students off, please be mindful of those crossing the streets.  Students are learning their routes.  Please take extra care as you are traveling to and forth.  To help us manage the traffic flow, please be aware of the traffic pattern.
Student Drop Off at Fox Ridge Middle School
Students should be dropped off and picked up by the West Entrance.  This is the entrance that faces Cherokee Trail HS.  There will be two lanes of traffic in the morning and afternoon.  Please refer to the diagram in this document.  RED arrows indicate the route entering our campus.  The DARK BLUE arrows indicate the route leaving our campus.
For the West Entrance Drop Off/Pick Up:
Cars enter from Arapahoe Road and follow the lane to the lower level. Students should be dropped off in the lower parking lot by the West entrance only. 
Please do not park in the carpool lanes until 2:55 pm. It is a fire lane and we cannot have it blocked. If you arrive early you may park in the upper lot. Do not enter the campus through Powhaton Road route as this is the Bus Lane.  Please see the directional arrows.
Bus Lane
Buses will be dropping students off at the North Entrance of the building. Please do not drop your child off in this lane.
Visitor Parking
Short term visitor parking is still located in the upper lot by the main office.  This lot will be closed at the beginning and end of the school day. Other extended parking is on the southwest side of the building and the west side. Entrance to the building is still done through the main doors located on the south side of the building.
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