The City of Tustin is currently conducting a residential parking evaluation that will focus on improving the overall parking experience for residents and their guests and address potential adjustments to the Preferential Permit Parking Program for residential streets.
The City has hired Dixon Resources Unlimited to provide guidance on this subject matter. Three (3) public workshops were held virtually via Zoom on July 7, September 9, and October 28, 2021.
The workshop on July 7 introduced Dixon and their role as well as unveiled a survey that was open through the month of July in order to gather feedback from citizens on their current parking situation. The second workshop on September 9 presented highlights of the survey results. The draft recommendations for updates to the City’s Preferential Permit Parking Program were presented in the third and final Community Workshop which was held on October 28, 2021.
Dixon will be presenting the draft recommendations at the November 15, 2022 City Council meeting for City Council consideration. The Residential Parking Action Plan and a list of frequently asked questions that will be presented to the City Council are provided below: