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CITY OF <br />F NEWPORT REACH <br />City Council Staff Report <br />November 25, 2014 <br />Agenda Item No. 20 <br />TO: HONORABLE MAYOR AND MEMBERS OF THE CITY COUNCIL <br />FROM: Kimberly Brandt, Community Development Director — (949) 644-3226, <br /> <br />PREPARED BY: James Campbell, Principal Planner <br />PHONE: (949) 644-3210, <br />TITLE: Balboa Village Parking Management District and Resident Parking Permit Program <br />(PA2014-016) <br />ABSTRACT: <br />The Balboa Village Master Plan adopted in 2012, identifies a comprehensive set of parking programs. <br />Implementation requires several City Council actions, as described below: <br />Program One - Residential Permit Parking Program (RP3): the establishment of an overnight resident <br />permit parking program (RP3) for the area west of Balboa Village between 7th Street and Adams Street. <br />The annual permit fee has previously been established, but program parameters and a daily guest pass <br />fee must also be established. <br />Program Two - Parking Management District Plan and Overlay District: the creation of a Parking <br />Management District Plan and Overlay District that modifies required off-street parking requirements for <br />commercial uses within Balboa Village. <br />Program Three - Parking Benefit District: the creation of a parking benefit district related to how parking <br />revenues within Balboa Village will be budgeted and spent. <br />Program Four - Public Parking Fees: the modification of both on -street and off-street parking meter fees <br />on public property within Balboa Village. <br />Program Five - Other Parking Programs and Permits: the establishment of a voluntary employee <br />parking permit for Balboa Village businesses; a non -peak season resident parking permit to park in Balboa <br />Village; and a commercial patron parking validation program. Fees for these permits needs to be adopted. <br />20-1 <br />