The parking lots in front of Stuart City Hall at 121 SW Flagler Avenue and adjacent to the City Hall Annex at 300 St. Lucie Boulevard will be closed for resurfacing the weekend of Saturday and Sunday, December 1 and 2, 2012.The resurfacing is the final step to a parking lot reconfiguration project designed to connect the three parking lots and make parking more accessible for downtown visitors. The weekly Stuart Green Market will be closed Sunday, December 2 during the project.
“We realize this is an inconvenience for our downtown businesses and visitors,” said Teresa Lamar-Sarno, Community Redevelopment Agency Administrator. “The resurfacing is part of routine maintenance of the parking lots. By doing it now as part of the reconfiguration project, we will not have to resurface again for many years.”
The City of Stuart is a coastal community of approximately 16,000 on the East Coast of Florida. The local economy focuses on trade and services with a stable population base that includes approximately 30-percent retirees. The city’s utility services provide water treatment, distribution, collection, wastewater treatment, and disposal to the 6.8 square-mile city as well as some unincorporated parts of Martin County. The city is directed by the Board of Commissioners, which meets on the second and fourth Monday of every month at 5:30 in the City Hall Chambers at 121 SW Flagler Avenue, Stuart. For more information, please visit www.cityofstuart.com.