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File #: 21-0372    Version: 1
Type: Consent - Resolution Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 6/23/2021 In control: City Council
On agenda: 7/13/2021 Final action:
Title: Request for Permit Parking on Mayfair Avenue between Grand and Shaffer Streets, and adoption of a revised master resolution of permit parking areas within the City of Orange. Resolution No. 11343.
Attachments: 1. Staff Report, 2. June 11, 2021, CTC Staff Report and Petition, 3. July 24, 2001, City Council Report for Area A Permit Parking, 4. Resolution No. 11343
TO: Honorable Mayor and Members of the City Council

THRU: Rick Otto, City Manager

FROM: Christopher Cash, Public Works Director


1. SUBJECT
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Request for Permit Parking on Mayfair Avenue between Grand and Shaffer Streets, and adoption of a revised master resolution of permit parking areas within the City of Orange. Resolution No. 11343.
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2. SUMMARY
The affected segment of Mayfair Avenue lies within the boundaries of the Downtown Permit Parking Area (Area "A",) and meets all of the City's permit parking implementation criteria. A petition has been circulated to demonstrate the necessary level of neighborhood support, and the City Traffic Commission voted to approve permit parking and forward to City Council for final approval.
3. RECOMMENDED ACTION
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1. Approve permit parking on Mayfair Avenue between the above-referenced limits.
2. Adopt Resolution No. 11343. A Resolution of the City Council of the City of Orange rescinding Resolution No. 11216, and adopting a revised master resolution of permit parking areas within the City of Orange.
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4. FISCAL IMPACT
The total expenditure for the project is $1,000 and will be funded in Minor Traffic Control Devices (16302) through Traffic Improvement Measure M2 (263).
5. STRATEGIC PLAN GOALS
Goal 1: Provide for a safe community
b. Provide and maintain infrastructure necessary to ensure the safety of the public.
6. DISCUSSION AND BACKGROUND
Approved by City Council, the City's Neighborhood Permit Parking Program (NPPP) was designed to mitigate the intrusion of non-residential, e.g. university, commercial, and industrial, parking demands on residential streets. In doing so, the program assures that local residents and their guests have access to convenient on-street parking in proximity to their homes.
The NPPP is currently comprised of multiple permit parking areas, the first of which is designated Area "A" and comprises an area within and around Chapman University. Area "...

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