The City recently completed a study of an 85-block area of Old Town to document existing, on- and off-street public parking, assess utilization and develop recommendations for parking management strategies.
The Old Town Area Parking Study Work Group is a City Manager appointed stakeholder group, which was established to discuss key findings and recommendations from the recently conducted Old Town Area Parking Study and to advise staff. The Work Group will be discussing implementation of specific recommendations as directed by City Council. The meetings are open to the public and will occur throughout the summer. A report summarizing the undertakings of the Work Group will be presented to Council in September.
October 16, 2012
September 11, 2012
August 28, 2012
August 14, 2012
July 31, 2012
July 17, 2012
June 18, 2012
August 31, 2010
August 17, 2010
The work group discussed valet parking in the City, the parking implications of the proposed Waterfront Concept Plan, the proposed Wayfinding program, and the relationship of these subjects to the use of parking garages in the Old Town area. The group also discussed ways of improving the usage of parking garages and parking lots.
August 3, 2010
The work group discussed the addition of new meters in commercial blocks and implementation of the proposed policy to require payment of meter fees by disabled users, also known as the "All May Park, All Must Pay" policy.
July 20, 2010The work group discussed the time limits for non-permit holders in residential permit parking zones and the installation of meters in residential permit parking zones for use by non-permit holders.
July 6, 2010The work group discussed extending the hours of operation for parking meters and reducing the allowable maximum time at some of the existing metered spaces.
June 29, 2010The work group received an overview of the Old Town Area Parking Study and reveiwed the purpose and goals of the appointed work group. The group also reviewed the short- and long-term recommendation topics scheduled to be addressed during the work group sessions.
The City recently completed a study of a 30-block area of the Del Ray neighborhood to document existing on and off street public parking, assess utilization and ultimately develop strategies and implement measures to better manage parking within the area.
Staff will present the Final Recommendations of the Del Ray Parking Study to City Council during a Legislative Council Session on May 22, 2012.
Please contact Faye Dastgheib, Principal Parking Planner, at Faye.Dastgheib@alexandriava.gov or 703-746-4139 for more information on the Old Town Area Parking Study and the Del Ray Parking Study.
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