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Town of Chevy Chase
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4/17/2017 12:21:38 PM
Email Subject:
Public Meeting on Town Parking Regulations -- April 24, 7 p.m., Town Hall

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On Monday, April 24 at 7 p.m. in the Town Hall, the Town’s Public Services Committee will hold a meeting for all Town residents to discuss parking in the Town. Resident input is essential in planning for the impact on Town parking of current and future development in downtown Bethesda. The goal of the meeting is to gather information and obtain resident feedback on the current parking and permit policies and is not to resolve specific resident parking situations. Topics of discussion will include:

• Parking enforcement: Should current parking restrictions be more strictly enforced? Is the current visitor parking pass system adequate for the needs of residents on streets with permit parking?

• Parking restrictions: Will more streets need to have permit parking as development continues? Should there be a change in the hours when permit parking is in effect?

• Zoned parking: Should the Town implement permit parking zones so that those with permits may only park in designated areas near their homes?

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On Monday, April 24 at 7 p.m. in the Town Hall, the Town’s Public Services Committee will hold a meeting for all Town residents to discuss parking in the Town. Resident input is essential in planning for the impact on Town parking of current and future development in downtown Bethesda. The goal of the meeting is to gather information and obtain resident feedback on the current parking and permit policies and is not to resolve specific resident parking situations. Topics of discussion will include:

• Parking enforcement: Should current parking restrictions be more strictly enforced? Is the current visitor parking pass system adequate for the needs of residents on streets with permit parking?

• Parking restrictions: Will more streets need to have permit parking as development continues? Should there be a change in the hours when permit parking is in effect?

• Zoned parking: Should the Town implement permit parking zones so that those with permits may only park in designated areas near their homes?

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Public Meeting on Town Parking Regulations -- April 24, 7 p.m., Town Hall