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Fiesta parking will be available at UTSA Downtown Campus

Fiesta parking will be available at UTSA Downtown Campus

(April 2, 2019) -- When Fiesta begins this month, revelers will be able to park in some of the parking lots at the UTSA Downtown Campus. The annual party with a purpose runs April 18-28 at venues throughout San Antonio.

Individuals with a valid UTSA parking permit may park where their permits allow. UTSA permit holders must show their permits to enter parking lots and avoid parking fees. Campus Services monitors the Downtown Campus Garage, Monterey Lot, and Durango Lot to ensure permit holders can park.

Guests without valid UTSA permits may park at the Downtown Campus for a fee of up to $25. Parking will be available in Cattleman’s Square and lots D1, D2, and D3 starting at the following times:

  • Weekdays (except April 26): 4 p.m.
  • April 20, 21, & 28: 10 a.m.
  • April 26 and 27: 6 a.m.

UTSA encourages on-campus event organizers to consider Fiesta parking and traffic before scheduling an event at the Downtown Campus during Fiesta. The Downtown Campus Garage upper level will close beginning at 4 p.m. weekdays, all day weekends and all day Friday, April 26. In addition, traffic around the Downtown Campus is typically significantly heavier during Fiesta, increasing travel time for visitors.

Lauren Beaver

Experience Fiesta San Antonio.

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