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File #: 59973    Version: 1 Name: MOAPS timeline
Type: Resolution Status: Passed
File created: 3/11/2020 In control: Parking Utility
On agenda: 3/31/2020 Final action: 5/5/2020
Enactment date: 5/12/2020 Enactment #: RES-20-00372
Title: Amending the timeline for final Staff Team recommendations on parking policies as adopted by RES-19-00321 (Legistar File ID 54961) on 4/16/2019.
Sponsors: Rebecca Kemble, Grant Foster, Keith Furman
Attachments: 1. File 54961.pdf
Fiscal Note
There is no fiscal impact of the proposed resolution.
Title
Amending the timeline for final Staff Team recommendations on parking policies as adopted by RES-19-00321 (Legistar File ID 54961) on 4/16/2019.
Body
WHEREAS, on April 16, 2019, the Common Council adopted Resolution 54961 to convene a Staff Team to address issues of on-street parking and policies that influence such parking; and

WHEREAS, the Staff Team was directed to:
· Develop a policy that minimizes development parking impact on existing residential neighborhoods while encouraging mode shift.
· Investigate measures to manage shared parking demand of infill development such as business, high density residential, entertainment, and special event needs and recommend associated policies.
· Develop a policy for responding to developer requests for and or/reliance on use of city owned parking and use of public right-of-way to meet their parking and loading requirements.
· Review current RP3 permit and enforcement revenue streams and investigate potential new costs that could be included in RP3 on-street parking rates; and

WHEREAS, final recommendations to the Transportation Policy and Planning Board are due on or before April 30, 2020, and the Transportation Policy and Planning Board is to develop and recommend ordinance and policy changes to the Common Council on or before September 30, 2020; and

WHEREAS, the Staff Team has conducted research on policy and practices related to these issues, held two listening sessions with community stakeholders, and developed options for further consideration and legal research that were presented to the Transportation Policy and Planning Board on August 5, 2019; and

WHEREAS, since the formation of the Staff Team in Spring 2019, and over the course of the Staff Team’s work, the City has initiated a partnership with Bloomberg Harvard Learning on how to Innovate in the area of Transportation Demand Management; and

WHEREAS, these projects and studi...

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