Beginning in July and continuing into fall the DDA will be overseeing its regularly scheduled maintenance work in many public parking structures. The work includes replacing and repairing concrete, sealing cracks, reapplying deck coating, painting and stair work and will total more than $800,000. Our goal is to take care of the little things along the way so they don’t become big things. This reinvestment ensures the continued health of an important part of downtown infrastructure.
While this work will necessitate certain areas within the structures being closed to parking, monthly permit holders will always be able to park with their permits. We will also be diligent to keep the footprint of the work contained as much as possible to allow for ample hourly parking. Specific timing and project information will be posted at each location as work begins there. We appreciate your patience while this important work is being done.
Areas of focus this year will include-
· Concrete repairs and coating work in the Maynard Street stairwell.
· Sealant work at the roof level of the Forest structure. Waterproofing and coatings work inside the structure, as well as facade work.
· Concrete repairs and coating work at 4th & Washington.
· Concrete repairs at the Ann Ashley structure.