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File #: 22-636    Version: 1 Name: Parking Discussion Part 3
Type: Presentation Status: Action Item
File created: 12/28/2021 In control: PLANNING COMMISSION
On agenda: 5/25/2022 Final action:
Title: PC - ACTION ITEM: (1) Part 3 of Review and Discussion of Update and Informational Materials and Survey Regarding Comprehensive Revisions to Zoning Code Requirements and Standards Relating to Required Off-Street Parking Citywide; and (2) Direction to Staff Related to Discussion Items.
Attachments: 1. 22-05-25_ATT No 1_Survey Results.pdf
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PC - ACTION ITEM: (1) Part 3 of Review and Discussion of Update and Informational Materials and Survey Regarding Comprehensive Revisions to Zoning Code Requirements and Standards Relating to Required Off-Street Parking Citywide; and (2) Direction to Staff Related to Discussion Items.

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Meeting Date: May 25, 2022

Contact Person/Dept: Gabriela Silva, Associate Planner
Andrea Fleck, Planning Technician

Phone Number: (310) 253-5736 / (310) 253-5737

Fiscal Impact: Yes [] No [X] General Fund: Yes [] No [X]

Public Hearing: [] Action Item: [X] Attachments: [X]

City Council Action Required: Yes [] No [X] Date: N/A

Public Notification: (Email) Meetings and Agendas - Planning Commission (05/19/2022)

Department Approval: Sol Blumenfeld, Community Development Director (05/12/2022)
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RECOMMENDATION

Staff recommends that the Planning Commission (1) continue discussion of the Comprehensive Parking Code Update strategies presented August 11, 2021 and October 13, 2021, and of additional requested information, including community survey results; and (2) provide further direction relative to the discussion items.


BACKGROUND

The City is advancing several mobility and transportation strategies related to off-street parking. City parking policies have evolved toward requiring less parking, concentrating parking at key public areas, sharing parking among uses and in general downsizing the parking footprint in new development in favor of encouraging use of alternative modes of transit.1

During the May 2020 joint Planning Commission and City Council study session on Parking and Mobility, staff was directed to prepare a Comprehensive Parking Code Amendment. Subsequently, in May 2021 the City Council acted in support of Assembly Bill (AB) 1401, which would have prohibited cities from implementing minimum parking requirements for any land use within a 1/2 ...

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