CITY HOSTING PUBLIC MEETING
ON PLANNED REPAIRS
TO DOWNTOWN PARKING STRUCTURE
Work includes closing 8 weeks
for needed repairs and renovations
RAPID CITY, SD—Details on planned infrastructure repairs to the City’s downtown parking structure will be profiled at an upcoming presentation by city officials next week.
The City’s Community Development Department and Public Works Department will host the public meeting next Friday, September 30 from 9-10:30 a.m. in Council Chambers at City Hall. The meeting is open to the public, including owners of downtown businesses and owners of leased areas in the parking structure.
Earlier this month, members of the Rapid City Council were briefed on the maintenance and repairs needed in the parking structure and the opportunity for improvements, including the parking structure’s stairwells. At next week’s meeting, representatives from Albertson Engineering will provide details on the structure’s current condition and proposed repairs. City officials will provide a tentative timeline for the project. The meeting will also include discussions regarding parking options for the general public and customers with leased parking spaces. Portions of the parking structure will be closed during some phases of the project, with a complete closure required for approximately eight-weeks to complete some of the bigger renovation projects.
Construction is anticipated to begin in mid-November.