Parking Ad-Hoc Holds First Meeting “Residential Zones” Discussed

Parking Ad-Hoc Holds First Meeting “Residential Zones” Discussed

Parking Ad-Hoc Holds First Meeting “Residential Zones” Discussed Featured

By / Local News / Monday, 25 July 2022 17:06

 

This past Thursday Carolina Beach’s newly appointed Parking Ad-Hoc Committee held its first of 6 meetings. The Planning and Zoning Chair Wayne Rouse was appointed to serve as chair and Mayor Barbee and Council Member LeCompte served as Council liaisons. Committee members were asked to consider and discuss six topics: Current parking rules, regulations, rates, and fees. How to improve communication and guest experience. Parking zones. Residential zones. Handicap parking. Private lots. Because the committee is new and residential zones seemed the least controversial on the list of discussion items, the committee voted 7-1 to create a residential zone to start west of 3rd Street or the equivalent. Duke Hagestrom- Member/Parks & Rec cited that not enough information was given on the subject to make a vote.  

 

 

 

 


The Committee was asked to become familiar with “Article V: Stopping Standing and Parking,” “Sec. 16-206 Schedule C no parking, limited public parking, metered parking, police parking, handicapped parking, loading/unloading areas, public parking lots” and “Parking Rates, Fees and Citations” 

 

 

 


The next Carolina Beach Parking Ad-Hoc Committee meeting will be
July 21 at 5:00pm in the Town Hall Council Chambers. An agenda will be sent out prior to each meeting with specific topics for the 2023 parking season.

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