The City of Pasadena Department of Transportation (DOT) wants to hear from residents about its draft Citywide Parking Strategic Plan at two community workshops Wednesday about its draft Citywide Parking Strategic Plan. The plan aims to address current and to guide future parking needs across the city.
The plan’s draft is available on the City’s website (click here), and community members are encouraged to offer feedback.
The plan analyzes the current and projected parking supply and demand in four areas: Downtown, Central District, East Pasadena, and West Pasadena. The plan also proposes strategies to improve parking management and policies that support economic vitality, enhance mobility and access, promote sustainability, and improve customer service. The proposed plan was to be based on extensive data collection and stakeholder input that reflect the diverse parking needs and preferences in each area.
Wednesday’s two-hour workshops will give community members a chance to provide input and suggestions on the draft plan before its finalization. The workshops will be led by representatives from the Department of Transportation and are part of the City’s ongoing effort to ensure public engagement in local policy and decision-making.
Update: A third hybrid meeting where Spanish translation will be offered is to be scheduled for an evening in the near future. Se programará una tercera reunión híbrida en la que se ofrecerá traducción al español para la noche en un futuro próximo.
The first community session Wednesday will take place from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m., followed by a second session from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. Both sessions will be held in-person at City Hall’s Training Room (Room S018) and will also be broadcast live on Zoom for those unable to attend in person, at https://us06web.zoom.us/j/4236506046, meeting ID 4236506046, for those who cannot attend in person.
Those who cannot attend in person can send their feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org.