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Category: East San Rafael Parking

Spinnaker Point Parking Modifications Project

Following the completion of significant park improvements in summer 2019 at Pickleweed Park, the playground at the former Spinnaker Point Parking Modifications was removed in anticipation of a project to widen Canal Street/Spinnaker Point Drive and create additional on-street parking. Staff have completed the design of the improvements and continue to work with an environmental … Continued

Increased on-street parking supply

We were able to increase the on-street parking supply by approximately 24 spaces in East San Rafael. On Thursday August 29th, Bayside Striping and Seal striped on-street angled parking on the on the south side of Bellam Boulevard between Vista del Mar and Playa del Rey and on the west side of Kerner Boulevard south … Continued

East San Rafael Parking: Public Meeting on Monday, October 21st

Last October, new time limits were established in East San Rafael as part of the short-term strategy identified in the 2017 East San Rafael Parking Study, as a way to increase parking supply and improve parking. Since then, data has been collected on the turnover of parking seen in both the commercial & residential areas. … Continued

Public Notice: Spinnaker Point Parking Modifications

After considering the community’s needs and following extensive upgrades to playground equipment located at the nearby Pickleweed Park, the City has decided to re-purpose this area. In the near future, the playground equipment will be removed to accommodate two planned projects as follows:   The creation of additional on-street parking, lead by the City,   Modifications to the existing … Continued

9/21/18 – Milestone for East San Rafael Parking Project

Last year, City Council supported a 6-month study to evaluate existing East San Rafael parking conditions and better prepare parking solutions the City could implement. The City is first pursuing a short-term strategy of implementing time-limited parking. Following the estimated sign installation timeline, the Department of Public Works Maintenance crews have been hard at work … Continued

7/20/18 – East San Rafael Time-Limited Parking Implementation

In anticipation of the new time-limited parking changes coming to East San Rafael, the City recently sent over 4,000 letters to residents, businesses, and property owners in the area. Public Works spent the past few weeks marking locations of poles that will be installed to hang the new signs associated with the parking changes. These … Continued

6/8/18 – East San Rafael Parking Update

To combat over-parking in East San Rafael, the City Council took action in December to create a parking ordinance that allows the city to limit the time allowed for cars to park in this overused area of San Rafael to a maximum of 24 hours.  Since that time, staff has been developing the signage and … Continued

Time-Limited Parking in East San Rafael

On Monday evening, City staff will present an informational report about new parking time limits in the residential and commercial sections of East San Rafael. These new time limits were developed as part of a parking study in East San Rafael, which was prompted in response to concerns relating to parking availability. The first phase … Continued

Parking in East San Rafael

UPDATE: For more information on the current updates on East San Rafael Parking, please visit: East San Rafael Parking Community Updates – San Rafael On Monday evening, the City Council will hold a study session at 5:30 p.m. to discuss parking issues in East San Rafael. Following a well-attended community meeting in July, the City Council … Continued

East San Rafael Parking – Public Meeting

There is a serious parking crunch in East San Rafael! Densely populated neighborhoods and increased rates of car ownership over the years have led to serious parking issues in the Canal, Spinnaker, and Baypoint neighborhoods. The Mayor, Council and City have heard the community’s concerns, and the City commissioned a study this year to help … Continued

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