The Eyde Co. which owns Four Seagate is doing work in the parking garage which is expected to last through November 2018. (This is unrelated to our own current repairs to the plaza, entrances and office area.)

When you arrive at Trinity, you may find a sign indicating that the garage is full and no parking is available. Pull up to the ticket machine as usual and press the button for a ticket. If nothing happens, press the button labeled “Assistance”. A Four Seagate security guard will answer. Tell them that you’re there to attend a Trinity worship service, and they will trigger the ticket machine to issue a ticket and lift the gate.

You may also be blocked from parking on the normal entry levels and be forced to park on the lower levels of the garage. This week construction has completely closed off access to the entrance area by the choir room and to the stairwell at Summit & Adams.  You may still park in the garage and have your ticket validated, but you must then walk down the ramp to where you drove into the parking garage and walk around the block to enter Trinity’s front doors on the street level at Adams. We acknowledge that this is an inconvenience to all, but we will we weather with grace this newest development.  When access is reopened we will notify the congregation.  As a reminder, on weekends and any weekday after 5pm there is free street parking at metered spots in the blocks surrounding Trinity. 

Conditions seem to change from day to day, so please stay flexible.

Visit this page often for intermittent closure information and updated parking instructions.