West Hollywood Park/Library Parking Structure Opens

The City of West Hollywood celebrated a major milestone in the completion of its 25th Anniversary Capital Project with a Dedication and Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony for the West Hollywood Park/Library Parking Structure.
The West Hollywood Park/Library Parking Structure is a component of Phase I of the West Hollywood Park Master Plan which also includes the new West Hollywood Library that is scheduled to open in Fall 2011.

libraryA new West Hollywood Library has been a vision for the community since West Hollywood was incorporated in 1984, said West Hollywood Mayor John Heilman. The West Hollywood Park/ Library Structure is the first phase of completion for the West Hollywood Park project. Were excited to provide additional parking in the area and await the final completion of the Library project this fall, continued Mayor Heilman.

Civic leaders participated in the event including West Hollywood Mayor John Heilman and members of the West Hollywood City Council; Darren Gold, President of The Avenues Business Improvement District Board of Directors; and Christopher Bonbright from the West Hollywood Library Fund Board.

The five-story, 333-space, West Hollywood Park/Library Parking Structure provides convenient parking for park visitors as well as the surrounding business community. Features of the West Hollywood Park/Library Parking Structure include:

    Three rooftop tennis courts
    State-of-the-art Pay on Foot (POF) technology where visitors process their own parking tickets via cash or credit card payments
    Advanced validation system for special events
    Multiple safety features including emergency call boxes

In 2009, the City of West Hollywood celebrated 25 years of cityhood. Since 1984, the City of West Hollywood has established itself as one of the most progressive and innovative cities in the country. It has also become one of the most desirable places to live, work and visit in Southern California. In celebration of this landmark, the City embarked upon a new capital improvement project to develop premiere public facilities, parks and open space. The three major components of the 25th Anniversary Capital Project include the implementation of Phase I of the West Hollywood Park Master Plan; realization of Phase I of the Plummer Park Master Plan; and development of the West Hollywood City Hall Community Service Center and Parking Project. As the City moves towards celebrating its next 25 years, world-class facilities that reward the community and assert permanence will help reflect the City's dynamic legacy.
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