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Fritz Sick Parking Lot (D-26)

​Current Status Complete
​Timeline
2015-2016
​Location​420 - 11th Street South
 

About the Project

This project is the redesign and reconstruction of the parking lot between Fritz Sick Centre and the Yates Memorial Centre. The reconstruction would include:

  • removal of asphalt and subgrade
  • installation of underground storm water infrastructure
  • re-grade the subgrade for improved storm management
  • replacement of subgrade and asphalt
  • replacement of light fixtures with more efficient lighting technology

The parking lot requires investment in order to be viable in the long term. The parking lot between the Fritz Sick Centre and the Yates does not drain storm water properly and the asphalt surface and subgrade have deteriorated creating pot holes in some areas. Excessive deterioration and poor drainage can create problems, such as slippery surfaces in winter, trip hazards due to uneven surfaces, and building flooding. In order to improve storm water drainage, a substantial amount of work will be required to re-grade the parking lot.

Project Updates

October 13, 2016 - The project is nearing completion and will be reopened to users on Monday, October 17.

July 15, 2016 - Work will begin on Monday, July 18 and the entire lot will be inaccessible for the duration of the project. Residents are asked to use caution when walking near the work area and obey any posted construction signs. Fritz Sick Centre and LSCO users are asked to use the 30 stalls on the east side of the City Hall parking lot or on-street parking on 11 Street South (adjacent to Civic Field) when visiting the facility.

August 7, 2015 - We are currently in the design phase with construction planned for the spring of 2016.

 

Funding

City of Lethbridge
​$780,000
​Total Cost
​$780,000

Links


Click here to view our interactive City Projects Map

Click here to view 2014 - 2023 CIP D - 26

Contact Information

Rob Villeneuve, Project Manager
City of Lethbridge
403 320 4028