Larchmont Village Plaza parking lot refreshed

| March 28, 2019 | 0 Comments
SECURITY CAMERAS are installed throughout the underground garage on Larchmont.

The easiest way to avoid a parking ticket on Larchmont Boulevard is to park in the City of Los Angeles underground parking structure. No meters to run out! Park all day and pay a reasonable $6 maximum fee when you exit. (And some merchants validate!)

The driveway just south of the Rite Aid store leads to one-hour surface parking spaces and to the entrance to the underground structure where there is unlimited parking (until closing time). Parking hours are 7 a.m. to 9 p.m., Mon. to Sat., and 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sun. (which is free).

With three underground levels, there almost always are at least a couple of dozen spaces available on the lowest floor, and there usually are spaces available on the upper floors as well. After parking, use the elevator or either of two stairways.

As regular users have noticed, there has been a major refreshment and refurbishment underway in recent months. Driveway and ramp surfaces were refinished. Paint and lighting have been brightened up inside the garage. There is new directional signage.

Plus, a new security system has been installed. Given some customers’ uncertainty about using the convenient facility because it is underground, plus rumored security incidents, the owner has installed an elaborate system of security cameras to monitor and record activity on all floors of the structure. The system is expected to be fully operational this month, according to Liz Lopez of Modern Parking, Inc., operator of the lot on behalf of the city. 

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