On Tuesday, August 6, 2019, the Corte Madera Town Council will hold a Public Hearing to consider Introducing an Ordinance establishing a Residential Permit Parking Program and adopting a Resolution establishing a one-year pilot program in Madera Gardens.
Reminder that on Tuesday, August 6, 2019, at 6:30pm, the Corte Madera Town Council will hold a Public Hearing to review information, receive public comments, and consider (1) Introducing Ordinance No. 988 Establishing A Residential Permit Parking Program To Restrict Non-Residents From Parking On Residential Streets The Town Council May Designate By Resolution From Time-To-Time, And (2) Consideration of Resolution No. 32/2019 Establishing A One-Year Pilot Program In Madera Gardens.
The proposed Ordinance would restrict non-residential parking on those residential streets the Town Council may designate by resolution from time-to-time in order to reduce use of the designated streets as overflow parking for non-residential uses and would reduce or eliminate the use of the Madera Gardens neighborhood as parking for Redwood High School students and decrease traffic in the neighborhood. If introduced at the August 6th meeting, both the Ordinance, along with Resolution No. 32/2019, may be considered for adoption at the August 20th Town Council meeting. If both the ordinance and resolution are adopted, Madera Gardens residents may apply for parking permits for cars registered to their home address.
The agenda and packet are available on the Town’s website: https://www.townofcortemadera.org/681/Agendas-Minutes-and-Notices. If you are unable to attend the Town Council meeting on August 6th, you can view the proceedings live-streamed online via the following link: https://www.townofcortemadera.org/623/Watch-Live-Video and if you would like to forward any written public comments to the Town Council please send them to the Town Clerk via email no later than 4pm on the day of the meeting.
The Notice of Public Hearing can be viewed here, and the staff report can be viewed here. If you have any questions, please contact: Todd Cusimano, Town Manager, at (415) 927-5050 or via email, or Peter Brown, Public Works Director, at (415) 927-5068 or via email.