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Living Transportation Preferential Permit Parking
Preferential Permit Parking

The City of Beverly Hills Traffic & Parking Commission (TPC) evaluated consolidating existing preferential permit parking (PPP) zones to allow for easier and more efficient parking for residents, and provide more options for resident permit holders to park. The TPC has identified the multi-family zones in the 100 blocks south of Wilshire Boulevard, between Spalding and Camden Drives, as the first  “test district” since this  area has similar parking regulations yet different PPP parking designations. The first step of the process is to survey residents in the test district to determine if there is interest from the community in consolidating PPP zones.

PPP District 10 Map

Per Beverly Hills Municipal Code (Section 7-3-206, Standard Criteria for Establishment of Preferential Parking Zones), a resident survey is required prior to initiating a review process for establishing a preferential parking zone.  If not more than 40% of residents in a proposed project area oppose the creation of a zone, the evaluation process moves forward. 

For this test district, the 100 block of McCarty Drive is the only street block that does not have a permit parking regulation. The survey forms for McCarty Drive will be counted separately and, if not more than 40% of block residents oppose a permit parking regulation, staff will proceed with including it in the overall district.

Please fill out the online survey or fax the paper survey form to (310) 858-5966. You can also submit a paper survey via postal mail; contact Transportation Planning at (310) 285-1128 or transportation@beverlyhills.org to request a stamped return envelope. Only one survey response per dwelling unit is allowed. Surveys must be submitted or postmarked by July 9, 2018.

 

ONLINE SURVEY for 100 blocks south of Wilshire Boulevard, between Spalding and Camden Drives

 

The paper survey and PPP Districting Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) document can be accessed below. Please contact Transportation Planning at (310) 285-1128 or transportation@beverlyhills.org for questions.

 

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