In order to increase the capacity of parking facilities and provide service to the public, valet or assisted parking services may be provided within parking structures in LCP Subareas 5 and 6 and in the public parking lot located in Shoreline Park at the southwest corner of Shoreline Drive and Pine Avenue, provided that: (i) such valet or assisted parking is available to the general public on a first-come, first-served basis, (ii) the cost of valet or assisted parking shall be equal or less than the cost of self-parking in the facilities, (iii) valet or assisted parking services in the surface lot located at the southwest corner of Shoreline Drive and Pine Avenue may be provided only after 6 p.m. on weekdays and all day Saturdays and Sundays; and (iv) at any given day and time, no more parking spaces shall be set aside for valet or assisted parking than experience demonstrates will be required to meet public demand. The use of on-street parking spaces for valet parking is prohibited.
The use of valet or assisted parking services shall be subject to Commission review and endorsement. Three years subsequent to the date of issuance of the first certificate of occupancy within the permitted development, should valet or assisted parking services be utilized in either LCP Subarea 5 or 6, the applicants shall submit an amendment request to the Commission for the continued use of valet or assisted parking services. As part of the amendment request, the applicants shall provide the following information for both subareas: number of parking spaces used for self-parking as compared to number of parking spaces used for valet/assisted parking (including time and day of use); number of additional parking spaces “created” by the utilization of valet/assisted parking as compared to the base number of (striped) parking spaces established. All information shall be documented on a monthly basis. Failure to comply with this provision will result in the termination of the authorization to utilize valet or assisted parking services in LCP Subareas 5 and 6.
Parking Fees and Validations
Any change in the approved parking rates or parking validation system described in the application and approval of Coastal Development Permit 5-98-156 may require a coastal
parking fees or change in the parking validation system to the whether an amendment to this permit is necessary pursuant to Act and the California Code of Regulations.
Executive Director to determine the requirements of the Coastal
Employee Parking Program [Program Approved by Commission on March 14, 2000]
Prior to issuance of the coastal development permit, the applicants shall submit an employee parking program, subject to the review and approval of the Commission in a permit compliance or permit amendment hearing, which meets the following criteria:
The plan identifies employee parking reservoir(s) of
at least permitted
375 spaces that will be by Coastal Development
Permit 5-98-156 while they are working; and,
b) None of the 375 employee parking spaces shall be located in the public parking areas located in LCP Subareas 5 and 6; except that LCP Subarea 5 may be used on an interim basis to provide employee parking for development approved in LCP Subarea 6 pursuant to
amended Coastal Employee Parking
Development Permit Program approved by
5-98-156 until such time the Commission on March
it is displaced. The 2000 (or as amended
by a subsequent Commission action) shall be implemented required employee parking spaces in LCP Subarea 5; and,
c) None of the 375 parking spaces are more than 2,000 feet from the project site unless: (i) they are located within 200 feet of an existing free public transit (Passport) stop, and (ii) the schedules and frequency of the shuttles and choice of routes will not significantly increase