City crews have been clearing roads overnight and effective January 29, 2019 at 6 am, the University will resume operations at Keele and Glendon campuses. All classes and examinations will resume and libraries will be open at their usual times. University offices will open at the start of their business day, and all faculty and staff are expected to report for their regular shifts.
Please exercise caution and travel safely in your commute to our campuses.
York Security Services responds to all community calls at 416-650-8000 or 416-736-5333 for urgent matters. Please refer to the Community Safety Department website for more information or further updates. https://safety.yorku.ca/
Security Bulletins are issued regarding incidents that occur on York University property when:
- a serious incident has occurred and there is a risk of recurrence; and/or
- there is a pattern of recurring, but less serious incidents (such as thefts or robberies); and/or
- a Security or Police investigation will be assisted by bringing forward witnesses and information.
The University may also decide to issue a Security Bulletin for incidents that occur near or adjacent to the University, if such incidents meet the above criteria.
Incidents representing an immediate threat to the physical safety of persons at the University are communicated immediately to all, or to the affected parts of the University, following the protocols outlined in York’s Emergency Plan and related procedures. Methods of communication would include: the push notification on the Mobile Safety App, the LCD screens, and the emergency PA system.