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Galveston Avenue Corridor Parking Study

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The City completed a Parking Study focused on the Galveston Avenue commercial area.

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The Galveston Avenue Commercial Corridor does a lot for the community. Its businesses serve neighborhood residents and visitors. It also functions as an important east-west route for multi-modal users (motorized vehicle, transit, bicycle, pedestrian, etc.). As with most successful business districts, parking is in high demand. The purpose of this effort was to study and define the parking situation along the Galveston Avenue Corridor, identify the issues, and recommend potential approaches.


The Galveston Avenue Corridor Study is Complete!

Download the Project's Final Report

Meeting and Project Materials are available at the bottom of the page

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 MEETING INFORMATION & DOCUMENTS

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