Parking Updates 11/6/2020
Parking News Update 11/6/2020
Thank you to community members for their patience with the resumption of the Residential Preferential Parking (RPP) program. To address concerns with mail delivery slowdowns, staff have further delayed ticketing enforcement. No citations will be issued until December 1. We appreciate your patience as we continue to transition back to providing Residential Preferential Parking to the community, and we thank you again for sharing your concerns with us.
Tentative Parking Items Agenda List (subject to change)
- Parking Management Policy Adjustments in the California Avenue area – City Council – 11/7
- Recommendations to 1) Approve Contract Amendment for Duncan Solutions to Update Scope to Purchase License Plate Recognition (LPR) technology and to 2) Approve the surveillance policy and use of License Plate Recognition (LPR) technology for parking management uses – City Council – 12/7
- Study Sessions on Parking Enhancements – PTC & FC – To Be Determined
Parking Office Hours Continue
The Office of Transportation kicked off a series of Parking Office Hours Oct. 2nd and 3rd to facilitate ongoing discussion about the City’s various parking programs and initiatives, specifically upcoming City Council items and potential Parking Program improvements. These initial meetings addressed the Old Palo RPP, which was adopted into the City’s approved RPP program, as well as Parking Management Policy Adjustments in the California Avenue area (now scheduled for 11/9 with an updated title).
Parking Office Hours will be held at least on the following days and times:
- Sunday, November 8th at 5pm
- Sunday, December 6th at 5pm
- Sunday, January 17th at 5pm
On November 8th, the agenda will include discussion of potential RPP permit improvements, including digital and guest permits, as well as review of tentatively scheduled parking items, and preliminary discussion of a Parking Action Plan currently under development.
Join us for Parking Office Hours with this Zoom link on Sunday at 5pm:
As a City, we encourage you to stay safe and informed. We are committed to consistent communication to provide up to date and accurate information, supporting residents, businesses, and visitors.
Last Updated: November 6, 2020