Recently, petitions were circulated to create a Residential Parking Permit Program (RPPP) district in the area around Armstrong Field between 10th Street and 16th Street below E. Carson Street on South Side.
The city then undertook a survey to verify the RPPP was needed by the area. After both of these steps have been completed, the next requirement to obtain RPPP is a community meeting to develop a parking management plan to recommend to the City Planning Commission.
This meeting will be held at The Brashear Association 2005 Sarah Street on Wednesday, July 18, at 6:30 p.m. At this meeting the parking management plan and boundaries will be discussed for presentation at the City Planning Commission hearing.
Also at this meeting neighbors will decide on enforcement days, hours, and grace period. The grace period is the length of time to allow non-permit vehicles to park on the street. According to the City Code, the longest a grace period can be is two hours.