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CORAL GABLES CHARRETTE: RECOMMENDATIONS

  • 8.

    Clarify parking regulations as follows:

    • a.

      Require all public and private garages to put visitor parking on the lower levels closest to the street with permit and employee parking above. Encourage shared parking arrangements to make office parking available for evening retail and dining users. (Parking, Planning, Building and Zoning, Planning)

    • b.

      Within the Retail Priority Area, require all public parking to be short term visitor parking, prohibiting all permit parking. (Parking)

c.

Develop a market pricing system for all public parking, with the highest

price parking in the highest turnover area, close to retail areas, and lower priced

parking away from the retail core. (Parking)

d.

Develop the City's fledgling parking trust fund to support public provision

of parking. Establish parking buy-out program to encourage infill building currently precluded by inability to fulfill private parking requirements. (City Manager, Parking, Planning, Building and Zoning)

e.

Create remote parking respectful of surrounding residential uses at the

north terminus of the trolley system. South terminus is already served at Metro

Rail. (Parking, Public Works, Planning)

f.

Explore automated parking systems, which consume 40 to 50 percent of

space conventionally required. (Parking, Public Works)

g.

Eliminate valet parking during the daytime or consider centralized valet

service. (Parking)

    • h.

      Introduce residential parking permit system for North Ponce residential neighborhood. (Parking, Building and Zoning)

  • 9.

    Plan for infrastructure enhancements, including burying of overhead utilities and adding infrastructure for new technology. (Development, Building and Zoning, Planning, Public Works)

  • 10.

    Promote the City's standing as a center for arts, culture, dining and entertain ment for the region. (Development)

  • 11.

    Explore ways of using City land to support core infill goals including affordable housing facilities for seniors. (Development, Planning)

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