Posts Tagged ‘Parking’

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Parking rates going up in SLO


The San Luis Obispo City Council plans to raise parking rates this summer as construction on new developments will lead to the temporary removal of some spaces in the downtown area. [Tribune] On Tuesday, the council unanimously endorsed a plan... (Continue reading)

Mixed used project proposed for downtown SLO

A mixed used project slated to include nine condominiums and 8,000 square feet of office space has been submitted for review by the San Luis Obispo Architectural Review Commission next month. [Tribune] Developer Hamish Marshall’s project, called Pacific Courtyards, was... (Continue reading)

Morro Bay councilman says vehicle code not for locals

Morro Bay Councilman George Leage said last week that only non-locals are prohibited from parking in Morro Bay red zones, according to a video submitted by a resident. Leage, who was standing outside his residence at his family’s sushi restaurant... (Continue reading)

CAPSLO in line to receive homeless parking monopoly

BY KAREN VELIE and JOSH FRIEDMAN The San Luis Obispo City Council is slated to vote Tuesday on an ordinance that will require private property owners who allow homeless individuals to sleep in their vehicles overnight to bring in Community... (Continue reading)

Hill hammers Thoma for homeless questions

By DANIEL BLACKBURN A San Luis Obispo County supervisor lashed out Wednesday at a local business owner for posing questions about a proposed homeless facility and seeking more detailed information from the facility’s planners. In a disparaging email, District Three’s... (Continue reading)

New SLO parking meters to take credit cards

San Luis Obispo is working to replace 400 parking meters with new units that will also take credit cards while charging $1.50 an hour for parking, an increase of 25 cents an hour. Last year, the City Council approved the... (Continue reading)

SLO to spend extra $90,000 on new parking signs

The San Luis Obispo City Council approved a $91,500 increase in the cost of a parking sign replacement project at its October 4 meeting. City staffers told the council in July that the project would cost $11,000, but Parking Services Manager... (Continue reading)

Cities crack down on disabled parking abuse

A new state law that took effect Jan. 1 allows cities to crack down on California drivers claiming to be disabled by displaying a fake, borrowed, or stolen blue parking tag. [San Francisco Chronicle] Cities can now charge anywhere between... (Continue reading)