CWH Parking Structure Breaking Ground
Confluence Health is excited to break ground in early March on our three-story parking structure offering nearly 500 new spaces for our patients and employees at Central Washington Hospital. We can’t wait for the added ease and efficiency this will provide for our patients, employees and neighbors located next to the hospital campus.
We realize this worthwhile and necessary investment will result in periodic, short-term inconvenience. Your schedule may be disrupted, and for that, we apologize.
Confluence Health wants to assure our neighbors and community members that we are taking all the necessary steps to make this as easy as possible. Steps include providing off-site parking and shuttle options for our employees and patients, encouraging alternative forms of transportation, and offering first parking priority at CWH for you, the people we serve.
In the meantime, please accept our thanks for allowing us to serve you, as well as your patience as we strive to serve you even better moving forward.
What exactly is getting built at CWH? – Confluence Health is building a parking garage located on the corner of the CWH property next to Red Apple Road and South Miller Street (kitty-corner from the Wenatchee High School campus).
What does this mean for my appointments at CWH? – Appointments will be unaffected during construction, however, plan accordingly for potential parking delays and give yourself enough time to find a parking spot and get to your appointment on time.
Is there a service to help me get closer to my appointment entrance if I am unable to park close by? – Yes, to help you get around, we offer a free assistance going to or from your vehicle, called Curby. Curby can be reached at (509) 630-8142. They will pick you up in the parking lot and take you to the closest entrance to your appointment.
What will it look like? How many parking spots will there be? – The parking garage will be a 3-story structure with nearly 800 parking stalls. Taking into account existing parking spots lost during construction, the garage will provide 500 new parking spaces for patients and employees. We have included a rendering at the top of this FAQ.
When will construction start? How long will it last? – Monday, March 4. We anticipate completion of the parking structure in late fall.
What are alternative shuttle options during construction? Consider using LINK Transit. Click here to access the LINK website for all bus schedules.
Have more questions? If at any time you have general parking/shuttle questions not covered here, please call our 24/7 SECURITY AND TRANSPORTATION HOTLINE at (509) 630-8142.