Beginning Friday, Nov. 22 and continuing for several weeks, parking will be impacted in Lot 1 — patient and visitor parking — at the hospital campus in Placerville. This lot is located across from the hospital and adjoins 1095 Marshall Way.
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Marshall will be installing solar panels in the lot, which will reduce energy costs, support the environment and provide protected parking during hot summer days and inclement winter weather. Unfortunately, this will mean some disruption to parking, with the lot needing to be closed one half at a time. These solar structures will be the same as what were installed several years ago at Marshall’s Cameron Park campus.
Signs will be posted and assistance provided to limited mobility visitors and patients. There is additional parking available now that the South Wing lots are open.
Check marshallmedical.org for updates about this project and an announcement when it is complete.