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File #: 21-0552    Version: 1
Type: TC Consideration Items Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 10/14/2021 In control: City Traffic Commission
On agenda: 10/14/2021 Final action:
Title: Request for "No Overnight Parking" on Batavia Street between Angus Avenue and Nicholas Avenue.
Attachments: 1. Staff Report, 2. Letter of Request, 3. Area Map
TO: Chair and Members of the City Traffic Commission

THRU: Larry Tay, City Traffic Engineer

FROM: Dave Allenbach, Transportation Analyst


1. SUBJECT
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Request for "No Overnight Parking" on Batavia Street between Angus Avenue and Nicholas Avenue.
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2. SUMMARY
This request is to prohibit parking at night on the east side of Batavia Street between Angus and Nicholas Avenues.
3. RECOMMENDED ACTION
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Approve the implementation of "NO PARKING 2:00 A.M. to 6:00 A.M." on the east side of Batavia Street between Angus and Nicholas Avenues to coincide with similar postings in the area.
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4. FISCAL IMPACT
The total expenditure for the project is $500 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
This request is to implement "No Overnight Parking" on Batavia Street between Angus and Nicholas Streets was made by the affected business owners at 721 and 739 N. Batavia Street. The basis of this request is to better provide on-street parking for businesses of Batavia Street by removing parking demand from "outside" the area.
According to the proponent, vehicles are left parked on the east side of Batavia Street for days, and moved only when warnings are issued. These vehicles are on the street early in the morning and utilize much of the available on-street parking before the businesses employees arrive. This results in hardship for the local businesses, especially when much of the external parking demands are long-term (all day.) Moreover, the subject businesses have parking lots which are at or close to capacity during the day, requiring customers to rely on parking on-street that is often unavailable. This becomes a point of contention for area businesses when much of the available curbside parkin...

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