Parking and Construction on C&W Campus – Jan 28

Parking and Construction Update on the C&W Campus Week of January 28, 2013

Parking has gotten a lot tighter recently at the BC Children’s Hospital and BC Women’s Hospital Campus.  It’s good news that the new Ronald McDonald House is in the process of being built, however it has meant we have lost some parking spaces.

Women’s Hospital Area
Staff and visitors will notice construction activities adjacent to the Women’s Delivery entrance and also close to the main entrance from Oak Street.
What is affected – Up to nine staff parking stalls will be periodically out of use.

Ronald McDonald House and Brock Farhni Area
Ring road parking is currently unaffected.
What is affected – Entire parking lot south-east of Brock Farhni is permanently closed.

Parking before 9am on the campus usually does not present too much of a problem but if you or your child has a scheduled appointment after that time you may wish to arrive early to allow time to find a parking spot.
OR
consider trying out our Free Valet Parking Service.
If you enter off of Oak street, stay to the left on the ring road, turn right towards the emergency entrance and you’ll see the Valet parking signs and kiosk to the right at the main hospital entrance. Simply drop your vehicle with the valet and it  will be parked for you. Valet service is available from 10 am to 4 pm, Monday to Friday (closed on statutory holidays). There is no fee for the valet service-you only need to pay the regular parking costs.


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