TUCSON (KVOA) – Starting on Monday “A” Mountain will be closed to all site visitors for the upcoming two weeks while crews work on repairs to the structure of the “A,” but some residents think the city is applying the break as an excuse to further more limit entry to the mountain.
Tucson Parks and Recreation explained the closure is required after an inspection previously this year showed a want for structural fix to protect the “A” lengthy phrase.
Park hours and accessibility will be various after it re-opens.
Sentinel Peak will close Monday and re-open up on Sept. 28. That usually means no pedestrians, bikers or cars will be allowed to journey previous the reduced parking great deal.
“I believe they are applying the closure as an excuse to limit the hrs. Given that folks will be utilized to not likely up at all, when they open up with confined hours, men and women will see that as a in addition,” Tucson resident Beryl Baker said.
After the mountain re-opens the metropolis will be piloting new park hrs. The park will be open from dawn to sunset, which was the circumstance for the duration of the original pilot program.
Motor vehicle entry will continue to be restricted on Mondays. On Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, automobiles can accessibility the mountain from 2 p.m. to sunset. On Friday, Saturday, and Sunday automobiles will be permitted up from 11 a.m. to sunset.
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