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Fiesta parking will be available at Downtown Campus

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(April 13, 2010)--UTSA will offer public parking for $10 during Fiesta San Antonio, April 15-25. Lots available to the public are:

  • D1 through D3 under Interstate 35 (from Buena Vista/Dolorosa Street south to El Paso Street)
  • Durango Loop lot
  • Cattleman's Square lot (across from the Buena Vista Street Building and adjacent to Pico de Gallo restaurant)

Vehicles displaying a current UTSA parking permit will be allowed to park at no additional charge in the designated lots. Permit holders are encouraged to park in the Durango Loop or Monterey Building lots during festivities to avoid traffic congestion. The Parking Garage requires a garage permit at all times.

Revenue from Fiesta parking is used to offset the cost of Downtown Campus parking lot lease costs.

For more information, contact UTSA Business Auxiliary Services at 210-458-PARK (7275).

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Fiesta San Antonio public parking at UTSA Downtown Campus

Thursday, April 15, 4 p.m.-midnight
Friday, April 16, noon-midnight *
Saturday, April 17, noon-midnight
Sunday, April 18, noon-midnight
Monday, April 19, 4 p.m.-midnight
Tuesday, April 20, 4 p.m.- midnight
Wednesday, April 21, 4 p.m.-midnight
Thursday, April 22, 4 p.m.-midnight
Friday, April 23, 10 a.m.-midnight *
Saturday, April 24, noon-midnight
Sunday, April 25, noon-midnight

* Cattleman's Square Lot will be restricted to UTSA permit parking only until 2 p.m., Friday, April 16 and April 23. The Battle of Flowers Parade on Friday, April 23 requires an earlier starting time for public parking.

 

 

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