Temporary closure of parking lot at SAVAHCS main campus - Tucson News Now

Temporary closure of parking lot at SAVAHCS main campus

SAVAHCS main campus (Source: Tucson News Now) SAVAHCS main campus (Source: Tucson News Now)
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Replacement of water valves has closed down Parking Lot T at the Southern Arizona VA Health Care System main Tucson campus, according to a recent release. 

Parking Lot T will be closed from Tuesday, Sept. 27 to Thursday, Oct. 27 to replace water valves.  The lot is located between Building 1A and Building 59, it is also the closest lot to the Patient Advocate's Office in Building 1A.  

There are two reserved parking spaces for veterans near the entrance to Parking Lot T, for those who are using the Patient Advocate's Office. Those needing access to the Patient Advocate Office can also use either Parking Lot A or Parking Lot Q.

Check out a map of the SAVAHCS parking lot here.

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