During Imagine Vine neighborhood planning, both homeowners and renters in Vine told us about how the current parking regulations in the neighborhood were confusing and that there was a need for more overnight parking options. Since the neighborhood plan was adopted, a group of Vine residents from every corner of the neighborhood was pulled together to help identify key issues and priorities for updating the parking. City staff also engaged with residents about the proposed parking changes at National Night Out and the Summer Cinema event at Dutton Street Park.
You can view the existing and proposed parking regulation maps below or stop by the Vine Neighborhood Association to check out the proposed parking changes in person.
Christina Anderson, City Planner
Katie Reilly, Neighborhood Activator
Determine resident preferences for day and night parking
Work with City and Traffic Board to develop new parking plan for Vine based on feedback gathered
Install new signage in accordance with newly created parking plan
Identified as a need during neighborhood planning in 2018 and listed as a goal in the Connectivity section of the plan
Fall 2018 Vine Parking Study completed to understand existing conditions
Resident Engagement in 2019
January – July 2019: Resident parking groups meetings
August 6, 2019: Engagement with residents at National Night Out in Davis Street Park
August 9, 2019: Engagement with residents at the Summer Cinema movie in Dutton Street Park
August 2019: Proposed parking changes available online and at the Vine Neighborhood Association for review
Fall 2019 New Parking Regulations Presented to Traffic Board
Community Planning & Economic Development, Public Services
CONSISTENT WITH PLANS
Create uniform and easy to understand parking regulations in the Vine neighborhood.
STRATEGIC VISION GOALS
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