Parking Restrictions at the Morristown Unitarian Fellowship
Starting in June, the Morristown Unitarian Fellowship, home of the Troubadour, OpenStage, and other Folk Project events will undergo reconstruction of its parking lot.
This work is expected to last into September of this year. During this time, the main parking lot will be unavailable for use by the public.
You may enter the driveway of the Unitarian Fellowship to drop off passengers, but you must move your car immediately after dropping them off.
So where may I park?
If you are a scheduled performer (sorry, this does not include OpenStage performers), a staff member transporting heavy supplies or equipment in your vehicle,
or someone who is mobility impaired:
- Approximately 15 spaces will still be available at the Unitarian Fellowship. Use of those spaces will be on the honor system.
Please respect the needs of those who truly must park close by.
- Street parking is legal on Normandy Heights Road on the same side as the building. Parking is not permitted on the far side of the street.
- During construction, Folk Project patrons may use the parking lot of the Morris Museum, one-half block west of the Unitarian Fellowship. (A 2-minute walk, see map below.)
Please note that the Lower Lot of the Unitarian Fellowship will not be available for use by our patrons, as it will be used as a staging area for construction equipment.
We apologize for this temporary inconvenience. This solution is far preferable to finding an alternate site for our events (or worse yet, cancelling them) during construction.
We'll get through this together.