Parking garage to close this weekend
USF Crescent Hill Parking Facility, on the northeast side of campus, will be closed for more routine maintenance work this weekend.
Level 1, Level 6 and the ramp leading to Level 2 is closing from midnight Saturday to noon Sunday. Vehicles must be moved from those areas or they will remain there until the work is completed.
Contractors will repair paint, caulking and the top concrete floor coating to alleviate rough driving spots, said Frank Granda, operations manager for Parking and Transportation Services.
It’s an ongoing process, Granda said. Crescent Hill Parking Facility, the first and oldest parking garage on campus, underwent routine maintenance last weekend.
“As time goes forward, there will be more and more things with Crescent Hill,” he said. “This is just the start of it.”
Drivers can enter the parking facility through the Level 2 entrance off Cedar Drive. Levels 2 through 4 will remain open for “E,” “S” and D” parking permits.
Crescent Hill Garage Resident (CR) permit parking is also available on Level 5. Elevator service will be limited to these floors.
Disabled parking is available in lots 5A and 5B.
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