Protesters had set up tents, a generator and other outdoor necessities on a city-owned site at the intersection.
That all changed this month when Code Enforcement officers with the City of Lubbock gave them a deadline to leave.
A city spokesman told KAMC the group was notified on April 2nd that they had to leave by April 15th.
The group left the vacant lot at the corner of 19th and University and moved about a half a block down to a city-owned easement in front of an apartment building.
The new camp was discovered Monday morning when Code Enforcement officers went out to see if the camp had been taken down.
City spokesman Jeff McKito says the group could not set up on the easement because city law doesn't allow it.
Their property was taken by Code Enforcement officers and is being held in the LPD property room.