City Wants Parking Input


The Public Works Department is conducting a parking survey and hopes to hear from residents, businesses and visitors about parking in the city’s shopping districts.

In 2014, the City Council authorized improvements to metered parking in both districts including replacing parking meters with credit-card-enabled smart meters and adding improved signs to attract more motorists to the Civic Center Parking Structure on Oak Street. 

Public Works is currently preparing to update the City Council on the status of these improvements. The department encourages the public to provide input by taking a 23-question survey at The survey closes Friday, Sept 1.