Department of Public Works is proposing that Berkeley City Council conduct
a public hearing and, if recommendations are approved, adopt a
Resolution amending Sections 25M and 25N of Resolution No.
56,508-N.S. by adding subsections to extend residential permit parking
on both sides of Wheeler Street between Ashby Avenue and Prince Street,
and on the south side of Hearst Avenue between Acton Street and Short
Residential Permit Parking Program allows residents to petition the
City to "opt-in" or "opt-out" of the Program.
Residents of the blocks currently being considered for opting
into the Residential Permit Parking Program have complied with opt-in
requirements by submitting qualifying signatures on petitions.
These areas also have at least 75% of the curb spaces occupied
during the morning and mid-afternoon observation periods. The affected blocks are included within the existing
residential Study Area boundaries covered by an EIR certified by the
City Council on September 27, 1988, in accordance with California
Environment Quality Act (CEQA) guidelines and are, therefore,
categorically exempt as defined by CEQA Section 15.162(c).
For further information, please contact
Cardona, Assistant Public Works Engineer at (510) 981-6399.