Published on April 22, 2021
Enforcement of on-street parking restrictions in commercial and residential districts, including all RPP areas resumes May 3, 2021. Off-street public garage and lot time restrictions will continue to be temporarily suspended until state and county color tiered COVID-19 restrictions are rescinded, though any parking concerns that present an immediate hazard will still be ticketed. Resident communications included a mailed notification and through the Office of Transportation RPP newsletter followers in late March.
Staff is seeking community input through an online survey to help inform the development of the City's Parking Action Plan. Staff is seeking feedback from a broad range of stakeholders including residents, employees, businesses and visitor. Share your parking experiences and needs by taking our Palo Alto Parking Survey. The Parking Action Plan is intended to increase parking policy awareness of current parking efforts underway and inform about changes being considered. The plan will also advance a data-driven approach to parking policy changes and incorporate customer and stakeholder experiences of parking and transportation issues into the development of the plan. For more information on this effort, please visit: Palo Alto Parking Action Plan.
The City offers several ways to stay informed on parking issues.
Other ways to stay informed and be engaged include:
Learn more about Palo Alto Parking programs.
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Last updated on April 23, 2021