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Community Parking Program
Updated February 2009
SDOT completed installation of the Fremont Parking Plan in March 2009, with additions or modifications to paid parking, free time-limit signs and a restricted parking zone (RPZ). Please see this map for more details.
If you live in the new Fremont RPZ (Zone 27) and would like to apply for a permit, please click here for more information.
Background - SDOT issues final parking plan for Fremont
In early 2008, SDOT began assessing Fremont parking with neighborhood businesses and residents. SDOT issued a draft parking plan this past summer. After receiving and considering a substantial number of comments, SDOT released the final parking plan in February 2009.
SDOT made these changes to:
The paid parking in the final plan is significantly scaled back from the draft proposal, after reviewing all the comments received.
What are the specifics of the parking plan?
Background - Parking Studies
Specific findings of the 2008 Fremont parking study include:
When use of on-street parking spaces reaches 75% or higher, as it is throughout Fremont, SDOT considers implementing parking management changes to ensure that parking spaces are available for customers.
After completing a parking planning effort in 2005, SDOT installed 2-hour signs to effectively add 150 short-term parking spaces to the business district.
Other Ways that SDOT is Working in Fremont
New Transit Service to Fremont
Last September, the routes 26 and 28 started operating between downtown and Fremont every 10 minutes during peak hours and 15 minutes Sundays and evenings until 10 p.m. New service was added with funds from Transit Now and Bridging the Gap.
Fremont Bridge Approaches Replacement and Circulation Project
If you have questions or comments about the Capitol Hill Community Parking Program, please contact Jonathan Williams of SDOT at 206.733.9026 or email@example.com