Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard at S. Garland AvenueMullins Creek is the name of the tributary of the Town Branch of the West Fork of the White River that originates at Cleveland Street on the east side of Razorback Road and drains much of the western portion of the University of Arkansas campus. It merges with College Branch, which originates on Markham Hill west of Razorback Road. The two emerge from twin rectangular culverts on the south edge of Leroy Pond Drive just southwest of Bud Walton Arena. When the combined streams pass under Martin King Drive near the stop light at S. Garland and Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard, they are joined by water flowing from Razorback Road and MLK (formerly 6th St.) and water coming off the north side of Rochier Hill and Indian Trail plus water from south side of the Fayetteville High School campus to form the Town Branch before it flows through a tunnel under the railroad and then through the Town Branch Neighborhood. The worst litter is found downstream, with much of it coming from the strip mall and its fastfood restaurants on the south side of MLK. Cleanup information below interactive aerial map.
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You will be able to park in Lot 56, which is immediately south of The Gardens on Razorback Road, after 1PM on Earth Day, without a parking permit, and without fear of being ticketed. Thanks to UA Transit and Parking for helping us with this bit of logistics.