The proposed City-Wide Parking Review includes five phases:
Phase 1 (completed 2020): This phase includes a review of residential and visitor parking rates in Transit-Oriented Development areas.
Phase 2 (completion 2021): This phase will review commercial and office parking requirements, shared parking requirements, policies around Transportation Demand Management and Payment-in-Lieu, as well as bicycle parking requirements within new developments in Transit-Oriented Development areas.
Phase 3 (ongoing for 2022): Well-managed on-street parking is important to support vibrant community needs and private on-site parking policies. This phase will develop the policies and regulations to manage this curb space and balance the wide variety of needs.
Phase 4 (review to start in 2022): This phase will review the City-wide parking requirements and policies outside Transit-Oriented Development areas, including reviewing the opportunity to reduce unnecessary parking supply and vehicle demand.
Phase 5 (review to start in 2022): This phase will assess the parking needs for City-owned public parking facilities and review the on-street parking management strategy in Transit-Oriented Development areas.