City offices in City Hall will be closed June 30-July 4
During the first weekend in July, the City of St. Augustine City Hall/Lightner Museum will undergo termite treatment requiring the entire structure to be tented and necessitating the closure of certain streets in the vicinity.
City offices, the Lightner Museum, the Lightner café, and retail shops in the building will be closed starting on Thursday, June 29 at 6:00pm through Monday, July 3. City offices will remain closed on Tuesday, July 4 in observance of the Independence Day holiday. Some of the building’s other tenants may reopen on July 4.
Streets in the vicinity of the building affected by the project from Thursday, June 29 starting at 6:00pm include:
- Granada St. - closed between King St. and DeSoto Pl.
- Cordova St. - reduced to one lane allowing northbound traffic only.
- Cedar St. - temporarily allow two way traffic between Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Ave. and Granada St. with access allowed only from Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Ave.
All streets in the area will return to normal access starting on Monday, July 3 at 6:00pm.
Appropriate signage will be in the area to direct traffic. Parking in the lot directly south of City Hall will be limited, but parking in the Granada St. parking lots will be open and accessible by using DeSoto Pl.
Questions or concerns may be directed to the General Services Department at 904.825.1010.