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Residential Parking

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Residential Parking

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Residential Parking

  1. 1. Residential Parking City Council Workshop September 26, 2019
  2. 2. Residential Parking Topics • Parking Removal • Parking Requirements • Game Day Parking
  3. 3. Joint Neighborhood Parking Taskforce • Parking removal for safety • Address parking with development • Increase parking requirement • Limit front yard parking
  4. 4. Parking Removal
  5. 5. Parking Removal - Safety Safety Concern & Investigation • Citizen or Staff Identified • Emergency Vehicle Access • Intersection Sight Distance • Bike Lanes • State Law Traffic Mgmt Team • Public Works • Fire Department • Police Department • Planning & Development • Legal • Public Communications Stakeholders & Public Meeting •Stakeholders •HOA •Property Owners •Residents •City Staff •CSISD •Consideration for: •Fire hydrants •Sight distance •Sidewalks & mailboxes City Council • TMT recommendation • Stakeholder feedback • Property owners and HOA notified
  6. 6. Parking Options with Platting • Standard streets + parking removed • Wider streets with bulb-outs • Narrow streets + parking removed – Visitor parking areas – Alley-fed parking areas • Wider lot frontages
  7. 7. Residential Parking – What’s Required • 1 space / bedroom • Limit parking in the front only
  8. 8. Parking Enforcement • Education • Based on citizen complaint • Parking in the Yard • Unsafe street parking
  9. 9. Game Day Parking • No parking in the yard • No selling parking spaces at homes • No parking in signed “NO PARKING” areas • No unsafe street parking

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