Come learn about possible updates to the Residential Parking Permit Program and provide your input during upcoming community forums.
Tuesday, May 15, 2018 from 7 pm to 9 pm
King Center, 725 Monte Diablo Ave.
The Residential Parking Permit Program (RPPP) has been in effect for more than 15 years, and in that time the City has experienced growth and change. City staff and residents alike have noticed limitations in the existing program as a result of time and change. To that end, the Public Works Department has started a comprehensive update of the RPPP program, and is conducting several open house outreach events to engage residents on the issue of residential parking. Staff would like to talk with residents about concepts including limiting the number of permits per household, days/hours of enforcement, types of permits available, and consideration of pricing strategies to partially offset the cost of the program. If you are a current RPPP participant, let us know your feedback. If you are not a current RPPP participant, come to learn more about the program and share your thoughts. The meetings will be open house style, so please come and go as you need. These events will be conducted over several weeks; choose a meeting that fits your availability and location.
No decisions will be made during these meetings. Public hearings with the Public Works Commission and City Council will be scheduled at later dates. Visit website for more information or to submit comments.