Crossroads Smart Parking Study
Staff from the Public Works and Planning departments worked with community members and a parking consultant to examine the parking needs of the Crossroads Arts District. As a result of this study, Walker Parking has identified recommendations to implement parking improvements in the Crossroads. No action items have been determined at this time. Walker’s audit results are available in a presentation here: Crossroads Parking Study Final Presentation. A comprehensive final report can be seen here: Final Report July 2017. You can also view a recent webinar on the study that was presented to the City’s Parking and Transportation Commission on June 26, 2017. That video is posted below.
As part of the parking study, the Public Works department and Walker Parking held several focus group sessions with stakeholders in the Crossroads Arts District. You can view copies of handouts at the links below along with photos from some of the sessions.
Parking occupancy maps from counts on Thursday, February 16 2017:
As the City works with Walker Parking to define solutions, more information will be posted on this page. Thank you for your interest in improving the Crossroads!