RPP Refresh – An update to the Residential Permit Parking (RPP) program
The Residential Permit Parking (RPP) Program is being updated and we need your feedback on the issues to review!
Between December 14 and January 11, please provide your thoughts on which issues are most important and should be reviewed under the RPP Refresh Project. Comments can be provided through the online questionnaire. The top 2-3 issues will be discussed in more detail at future Subcommittee meetings as part of this update. Check back in January to see which topics will be reviewed further in 2019.
It’s time for a refresh! Introducing the City’s next parking policy project, RPP Refresh, which is a review of the existing Residential Permit Parking (RPP) program, the program that manages on-street parking for residents. As part of this project, city staff will be:
- Compiling data about the current program
- Researching how other cities manage residential parking
- Getting feedback from RESIDENTS LIKE YOU about potential issues that should be addressed under this project and potential solutions
Some areas of improvement that are being considered under this project include:
Improving the user experience
- Streamlining the process for creating or amending parking districts and consider changes to existing district boundaries
- Identifying when and where a staff-initiated process may be useful
- Refining existing restrictions (hours, days,
length of parking) to better address parking issues and improve consistency
across blocks and districts
- Reviewing permit fees and potential limits on the number of permits
- Identifying techniques to improve enforcement
- Incorporating technology
As done with other citywide parking policy issues, a subcommittee of the Traffic and Parking Board has been formed to review and develop recommendations for the overall program update. Throughout this project, the subcommittee members will review materials related to this project, consider public feedback, and help develop recommendations. Subcommittee meetings will be held prior to the Board’s monthly meeting from 6:30-7:30PM. Meetings are open to the public and citizens are welcome and encouraged to attend.
Meeting #1: Monday, October 22, 2018 (City Hall, Council Workroom-second floor)
Project Objectives and Topics to Review - updated to reflect subcommittee input
Meeting #2: Monday, November 26, 2018
Meeting #3: Monday, January 28, 2019
- Residential Parking Restrictions by District
- Permits Issued in 2017
- RPP Process Summary
- Old Town Area Parking Study (OTAPS) Recommendations
Please contact Katye North, Principal Planner, at email@example.com or 703-746-4139 for questions or comments about this project.