South Pasadena City Council will be asked Wednesday night to adopt a resolution to implement a two-hour parking restriction on the eastern side of Fair Oaks Avenue from State Street to 424 Fair Oaks Avenue.
In that effort, the council looks to maintain a three-hour parking restriction on the western side of Fair Oaks Avenue from State Street to Columbia Street.
The proposed resolution would revise the existing one-hour parking restriction to two-hours on the eastern side of Fair Oaks Avenue from State Street to 424 Fair Oaks Avenue. City officials say the hour increase to the parking restriction will benefit patrons of the adjacent General Commercial Zone and will affect a total of seven parallel street parking spaces.
Public Works investigated the request and determined the proposed modification is appropriate for the zoning and improves parking enforcement.
City staff recommends the City Council approve the revised two hour parking restriction, Monday through Saturday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. on the eastern side of Fair Oaks Avenue from State Street to 424 Fair Oaks Avenue and the western side of this portion of Fair Oaks Avenue remaining three-hour parking.
The council will consider a number of alternatives, including:
1. Implement a two-hour parking restriction on Fair Oaks Avenue.
2. Maintain the existing one-hour parking restriction on Fair Oaks Avenue.
3. Remove the parking restrictions on Fair Oaks Avenue.
City Hall is at 1414 Mission Street. The City Council meeting begins at 7:30 p.m.