The municipal parking lot on Centre Street in West Roxbury is one of three such lots undergoing renovations in the city this summer.
The Boston Transportation Department announced the renovations on Thursday, and work will be conducted throughout the summer months at lots in West Roxbury, Dudley Square and on Warren Street in Roxbury.
"Municipal parking lots are assets in Boston's neighborhoods," Boston Mayor Martin Walsh said in a statement Thursday. "They help to ease the parking crunch for both residents and the customers of local businesses. I'm pleased that BTD is working to ensure that these lots are maintained in peak condition so that they enhance the environment of the surrounding community and continue to serve the parking needs of our neighborhoods."
The following upgrades are being made to the Centre Street municipal lot in West Roxbury (located at 1891 Centre St.):
- Installation of a rear retaining wall
- Granite stairway with steel handrails
- Renovated brick wall with new granite caps
- Additional drainage
- Granite curb and concrete walk
- Landscaping including new plantings
- Decorative bollards and fencing
- Enhanced lighting
- Improved accessible parking
- Asphalt paving
- Thermoplastic pavement markings
Renovations to all municipal lots are being completed on a rotating basis, officials said. Lots are renovated each year.