Residential parking permit is proposed in Calif. city

01/7/2013 | Marin Independent Journal (San Rafael, Calif.)

The San Rafael, Calif., City Council is considering implementing a residential parking permit. Residents would purchase a permit to park for an unlimited time in their neighborhood. The permit would cost $150 for a sign-up fee and $85 per year thereafter. Each district would have to collect signatures from 67% of residents to be able to participate. At least 1,500 residences would have to sign up to make the program financially viable for the city.

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Marin Independent Journal (San Rafael, Calif.)

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