Public Service Announcement - UPDATE: Narrow Streets Pilot Permit Parking Program
UPDATE: Narrow Streets Pilot Permit Parking Program
MOOSE JAW - Residents of the proposed year-long trial area, students, businesses and others affected in the area included in this trial are encouraged to attend to learn more about the PROPOSED permit parking program and how it may impact them.
At the request of Council, a Public Information Session for affected residents will be held in the Macoun Lounge, Saskatchewan Polytechnic Campus, on February 2 from 5:00 – 7:00 pm.
Emergency representatives will also be on hand to discuss the importance of the program in delivering timely emergency (ambulance, fire, police) services in the affected area.
To find out if you live in the pilot area, check the map.Narrow Streets – Permits Property owners in the area will receive letters and surveys which can be mailed, dropped off or emailed to the Engineering department at City Hall. All residents in the area are invited to pick up a survey and complete it at the information session on February 2.
Background: In September 2015, a public consultation was held to invite feedback from residents affected in the area of the proposed permit parking program. On April 4, 2016, Council considered a number of recommendations. On June 27, 2016, the following motion was approved:
#5521 – 2016 Traffic Bylaw Amendment (No. 3) 476d THAT Bylaw No. 5521, 2016 Traffic Bylaw Amendment (No. 3) be tabled pending a public information session with residents who are directly affected in the pilot area.
The amendment would have authorized parking on one side of the street only. Temporary parking permits will also be available during the proposed pilot period.
Any questions or concerns can be directed to the Engineering department at 306-694-4448.
P: 306-694-4406 C: 306-513-8980