Emeryville City Council to Consider Time Limits on Street Parking – Tonight, Tues., Jan. 15, 7:15 pm, City Hall

January 15, 2013
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The City Council Tuesday will consider limiting parking to two hours in some areas of North Emeryville. The new zoned parking is a possible first step in instituting paid street parking in town, including meters and residential permits. In order to allow for more parking turnover, the initial proposal calls for changing 140 unrestricted curbside parking spaces to short-term parking.

The Council will vote on whether or not to create two-hour timed green zones along:

  • the east side of Hollis between 65th and 66th streets
  • the west side of Hollis between 65th and Ocean
  • the south side of 62nd St. between Hollis and Horton
  • the west side of Hollis between 62nd and 59th
  • both sides of Paledeau between 59th and Stanford
  • the south side of 59th St. between Paledeau and Horton
  • the north side of Powell between Paledeau and Horton
  • the north side of Stanford between Paledeau and Horton
  • the east side of Doyle from Powell St. north to approximately mid-block

For more information, click here.

If you can’t make the meeting, send a message to City Council members here.

 

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