Downtown Parking Sustainability Plan
Downtown parking: rates, space, and sustainability of the parking ecosystem is a major topic of discussion with business owners, employee groups, residents who visit our Riverside Downtown.
We are committed to assisting in a focus conversation with all interested parties in this discussion
Information pertinent to this issue will be posted here to contribute to a fact based discussion
Please contact us for corrections, additional information, we can add here for this discussion
Parking recommendations due back to Council in November 2022 - possible extension to February 2023
(3 - 7 months)
How can we balance this fund?
What are the expenses charged
to this fund?
LET YOUR VOICE BE HEARD....
September 19,2022 | 7:00pm - 9:00pm
Inclusiveness, Community Engagement, and Governmental Processes Committee
Wednesday September 07 | 3:30pm
Item#5 - AGENDA ITEM POSTPONED
City Council Tuesday September 06, 2022
City Council Tuesday 7.19.22
City Council Tuesday 2.15.22
Staff report item on garage security....
4. Garage Safety:
In response to input from the Riverside Downtown Partnership, the Public Works Department would pilot a safety program to fund two police officers for parking garage patrol on weekends for a year.
The program would allocate $116,000 to the Police Department to improve safety, minimize incidents, and encourage increased patronage to Downtown businesses and restaurants.
City Council Tuesday 11.03.20
Transportation Board 10.16.21
Land Use, Sustainability, and Resilience Committee 9.13.21
Finance Committe Report 3.15.22
(Public Parking Fund in deficit)
Economic Development, Placemaking, Branding/ Marketing Committee
(potential loss of 250 parking spaces)
Mobility & Infrastructure Council Committee
Land Use, Sustainability, & Resilience Committee
Public Works Department (parking services)
Gilbert Hernandez - Director
Nathan Mustafa - Deputy Director
Public Works, Public Parking Services
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