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On-Street Parking – Toni Court

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  • 1. On-Street Parking – Toni Court Chief Jeff Capps College Station Police Department
  • 2. Task Force Recommendations • The Task Force recommends the City consider removing parking on one or both sides of a street per a recommendation from the City’s Traffic Management Team only if there is a safety concern verified by the City. • The Task Force recommends the City only pursue neighborhood initiated parking removal when it is related to public safety. In all other cases, the individual neighborhood would need to address parking issues through a private process, such as deed restrictions and covenants.
  • 3. Parking Removal Process • 1. Concern Initiation –A citizen informs the City of a potential problem resulting from on-street parking (Citizen Initiated) or the City observes the need to remove on-street parking from a street(s) (City Initiated). • 2. Concern Evaluation – The City’s Traffic Management Team (TMT) will evaluate the citizen initiated request or city initiated concern and analyze the impact existing on-street parking has on public safety. If the existing on-street parking is determined to impact public safety, the TMT will approve a recommendation which will be included on a future City Council Agenda as a public hearing. • 3. Public Notice – Per the recommendation from the TMT to remove onstreet parking on a specific street(s), notices will be mailed to property owners and residents on both sides of the street(s) where parking is proposed to be removed. These notices will provide the date of the City Council meeting when the public hearing for the proposed ordinance will occur. • 4. Public Hearing – The proposal to remove on-street parking from a specified street(s) will be presented to council, followed by a public hearing where citizens can voice their opinions. Then the City Council can discuss and vote on the proposed parking removal ordinance.
  • 4. Calls for Service – Toni Court • Time period January 2013 through January 2014 – 3 Parking Complaints – 1 Accident (Hit and Run) – 5 Public Disturbance/Loud Parties – 2 Traffic Complaints – 1 Ordinance Violation (Sounds of a gunshot or fireworks in area)
  • 5. Seeking Direction from Council
  • 6. CEU Communications 12 Homes located on Toni Court • 5 residents support the removal of on-street parking on one side of the street. • 2 residents do not support parking removal. • 1 resident had no opinion either way. • 3 residents were not located. • 1 resident was vacant.