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File #: 19-1226    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Resolution Status: Passed
File created: 11/5/2019 Departments: PUBLIC WORKS
On agenda: 12/10/2019 Final action: 12/10/2019
Title: Adopt a resolution establishing a 20-foot ADA Accessible Parking Zone on Halsey Avenue in Unincorporated Redwood City.
Attachments: 1. 20191210_r_DPZ Halsey Ave RWC_v2 final bjc, 2. 20191210_att_DPZ Halsey Ave RWC JP bjc

Special Notice / Hearing:    None__

Vote Required:    Majority

 

To:                      Honorable Board of Supervisors

From:                      James C. Porter, Director of Public Works

Subject:                      Authorizing the establishment of an American with Disabilities Act (ADA) Accessible Parking Zone on Halsey Avenue in the Unincorporated Area of Redwood City

 

RECOMMENDATION:

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Adopt a resolution establishing a 20-foot ADA Accessible Parking Zone on Halsey Avenue in Unincorporated Redwood City.

 

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BACKGROUND:

Your Board has adopted similar resolutions designating parking restrictions.

 

Section 22507 et al. of the California Vehicle Code and Section 7.44.010 of the San Mateo County Ordinance Code provides that local authorities may prohibit or restrict the stopping, parking, or standing of vehicles, and determine and declare ADA accessible parking zone locations by resolution or ordinance.

 

The Department of Public Works (Department) received a request from the property owner at 601 Stanford Avenue, in the unincorporated area of Redwood City. The property requested an ADA Accessible Parking zone be established at this property to facilitate parking.

 

DISCUSSION:

The Department evaluated this request and has determined that the recommended parking restriction will not adversely affect the community. The Department recommends adoption of the 20-foot ADA Accessible Parking Zone restriction at the identified location.

 

The locations of parking zones and other traffic restrictions on County-maintained streets are currently shown on maps in the Department of Public Works office and will be made available in list form on the Department’s website. The master list will be updated to reflect the recommended changes, if your Board approves the proposed resolution.

 

County Counsel has reviewed and approved the Resolution as to form.

 

 

 

FISCAL IMPACT:

The cost of installing signs and painting parking zone markings varies and averages approximately $550 per parking zone. Costs are included in the FY 2019-20 Adopted Budget. There is no impact to the General Fund.

 

ATTACHMENT:                      Proposed Parking Restriction