What are the most important parking issues the City should plan for?
On Tuesday, November 13, 2018, a Study Session on Parking Management Issues and Strategies will be held at the City Council meeting at City Hall, 990 Palm Street. The City of San Luis Obispo operates one of the most comprehensive parking management programs (structured and surface parking, neighborhood parking programs, trolly systems,etc) for cities of comparable sizes. The economic vitality and quality of life in the downtown, commercial areas and the neighborhoods is dependent on actively managed parking. Changes in the downtown, growth patterns in the City, technological changes, Cal Poly student housing, and other trends have or will impact parking. The community is invited to attend the Study Session to learn more about parking management issues, strategies and provide their input on the future of parking in the City. Responses to the survey will also be provided to the City Council as part of the Study Session.
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