Sarah Wynn, LCN president, sent the following update from last Thursday’s NPU-N meeting, where the parking situation on Arizona was discussed:
Last week at the NPU-N meeting, Dept. of Public Works commissioner Richard Mendoza announced that instead of limiting parking to one side of Arizona Avenue, the department is going to simply enforce current parking regulations. To do this most effectively, the curbs within 30 feet of stop signs will be painted yellow, and No Parking signs will be installed per the regulations below.
Comm. Mendoza also described a new, more resident-friendly process for addressing transportation access problems and parking changes.
PARKatlanta will get the enforcement notice once the painting and signing is complete. They should issue warnings on Arizona in the first month before writing tickets with fines.
City of Atlanta Parking Regulations
Stopping, standing, or parking is not permitted under the following conditions at any time:
- Within an intersection
- On a crosswalk
- At any place marked by a No Parking sign
- Against the flow of traffic
Stopping, standing, or parking is permitted only momentarily to pick up or drop off passengers under the following conditions:
- In front of a public or private driveway
- Within 15 feet of a fire hydrant
- Within 20 feet of a crosswalk at an intersection
- Within 30 feet of a stop sign, yield sign, or traffic-control signal
- At any place where official signs prohibit standing