REJOICE! A New West Hollywood Parking Lot Opens on N. Robertson Blvd.

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A new West Hollywood parking lot has opened at 617 N. Robertson Boulevard. The new open surface lot had a ribbon-cutting ceremony yesterday with West Hollywood Mayor John Duran and council members Lindsey Horvath, Lauren Meister and John Heilman in attendance. Council member Horvath had the honor of cutting the ribbon.

The new West Hollywood parking lot will add convenience and accessibility to local business. It is located between Santa Monica Boulevard and Melrose Avenue on Robertson Boulevard, right next to the Log Cabin building where 12-step recovery meetings take place and just across the street from the West Hollywood Recovery Center–not to mention popular restaurants like Sur Restaurant & Lounge, the Chrome Hearts Store and just around the corner from Maxfield.

Photo provided courtesy of the City of West Hollywood. Photo credit: Jon Viscott

“While N. Robertson is known for its many exciting nighttime clubs and restaurants, it is also the gathering spot for hundreds of people daily seeking recovery from addiction,” West Hollywood Mayor John J. Duran said in a city press release. “The new lot next to the Log Cabin will accommodate the many members of the recovery community who come to West Hollywood to stay free from alcohol and drug dependence.”

The new West Hollywood parking lot on Robertson will provide 29 new parking spaces, which will allow additional options for parking during the completion of improvements at West Hollywood Park.

The City of West Hollywood’s Parking Services Division facilitates more than 1,000 spaces of vehicle parking in more than one dozen structures and surface lots located throughout the City’s 1.9-square-mile area. For more information about parking in West Hollywood, including a link to a Parking Structure and City Lot Directory with maps and details, please visit www.weho.org/parking.

For more information about the Robertson Lot or parking in the City of West Hollywood, please contact Vince Guarino, Parking Operations Manager, City of West Hollywood, at (323) 848-6426 or vguarino@weho.org.

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Dan Mryglot was born in upstate New York and raised in Massachusetts, but it wasn’t until he moved to West Hollywood that he found his home. A fitness enthusiast, he lives a healthy alcohol and drug free lifestyle in the city he loves. He’s passionate about preserving Weho’s history. Previous publishings include a bi-weekly column called "Best Boy" in Fab! Newspaper, where he wrote stories about growing up gay. Friend him on Facebook under Dan Mryglot. Follow him on Twitter under @mryglot and on Instagram under @danmryglot.
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