Input invited on next phase of on-street parking permit program - Input invited on next phase of on-street parking permit program
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May 31, 2016 -
Two information sessions are being held to seek input on the residential areas to be included in the next phase of the on-street parking permit program. Residents are invited to attend the sessions in these areas:
- Inner Harbour area – June 6 from 6 to 8 p.m. at Rideaucrest Home, 175 Rideau St. – Boardroom B
- Williamsville area north of Princess Street – June 15 from 6 to 8 p.m. at St Luke's Anglican Church – auditorium, 236 Nelson St.
"We realize that each individual neighbourhood has unique needs when it comes to on-street parking and so we are seeking feedback from those who live in the area to better understand their parking concerns," says Ian Semple, transportation service development manager.
The public information sessions will explain the principles of the program and outline next steps for each area. Staff will provide a short presentation and be available to answers questions about how the on-street program works in other areas of the City. General information on the program itself can be found here: www.CityofKingston.ca/residents/parking/on-street-parking.
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