Directions

DIRECTIONS AND PARKING FOR OFFICE OF REHABILITATION SERVICES

PARKING: Available at Civic Center Parking Garage (previously Majestic Center Parking Garage) at 165 Washington Street.

GARAGE ENTRANCES are located on Fountain Street directly after traffic light at LaSalle Square and if sign indicates garage is full, ORS visitors may enter from Washington Street.

  • Handicapped parking (permit required) on first floor
  • Non-Handicapped parking on all floors
  • See attendant at Washington Street Entrance if sign indicates garage is full

Three handicapped (permit) parking spaces are directly in front of ORS at 40 Fountain Street. (ORS is right after Dunkin Donuts.) Van users are advised to park in front of building.

DIRECTIONS

From Areas North - Route 95 South

Take Exit 21 – Atwells Avenue. Take a left onto Atwells Avenue and follow to LaSalle Square. Take a left on Fountain Street. Immediately move to right lane to park in the Civic Center Parking Garage.

From Areas South - Route 95 North

Access 95 headed North into Providence from 95 South or 195 West or East (stay in far right lane). Take right onto Broadway/Downtown Exit. Take right to LaSalle Square. Bear left onto Fountain Street. When on Fountain Street, immediately move to right lane to park in the Civic Center Parking Garage. Entrance is also on Washington Street.

From Route 10

Take Downtown Exit. At light, go straight onto Memorial Boulevard until you reach the next light where you will take a right and then another right into Exchange Terrace. Continue through light onto Sabin Street staying in left lane. Bear left onto Fountain Street. Immediately move to right lane to park in the Civic Center Parking Garage.

AT ORS: Sign in with Security on 1st floor. Report to Receptionist on 1st floor. Have ticket stamped when leaving. (Please report to 1st floor unless specifically advised to do otherwise.)


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Last updated: April 1, 2016