Parking and construction update for the week of April 15

Ambulatory Care Building (the one with Starbucks):

 The main entrance (entrance 44) is now closed until September. Parking stalls in the area may be blocked off to accommodate the construction. Other areas nearby may also be periodically affected.

Please use one of the alternate entrances:

ABC Map

Painting Project: underground parkade painting at BC Children’s and BC Women’s Hospitals begins Thursday, April 18, 2013

The project is expected to last until June 2013. All painting will be done after 8:00 p.m. on weekdays and all day on weekends. Large sections of the parkade will be barricaded in rotation to allow work to be carried out with minimal disruptions to access for patients, families and visitors to the Hospitals.

Parking: 28th Avenue Entrance

The parking gate near 28th Avenue is now closed until September 2013. The north parking lot will still be accessible from the Heather Street Entrance and the Oak Street Entrance. Please watch for new traffic patterns and follow signage. Be aware that there may be flag persons directing traffic.

Arrive early for your appointment to give yourself enough time to park. Or consider:

Valet Parking is Available!

A parking assistant is available to park your car for you when you arrive. The service is available for FREE, Monday to Friday (excluding statutory holidays), from 10am to 4pm, near the entrance to Emergency. Regular hourly parking rates apply.

Click on photo for more information.

Click on photo for more information.

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