ABOUT THE PROJECT

The City of Calgary is currently reviewing its Residential Parking Permit (RPP) program to improve customer service, increase long-term financial stability, and ensure efficient use of street space.

The program is currently in all quadrants of the city, typically in inner-city communities and near parking generators (e.g. LRT stations, post-secondary institutions, hospitals, etc.). Calgarians living in areas where the program is located are able to get parking permits which exempt them from on-street restrictions.

We want to understand how the Residential Parking Permit Program is, or is not, meeting your needs.


YOUR INPUT

Residential Parking impacts homeowners /renters, and people visiting a home or a commercial space. A commercial space could be a business, hospital, post-secondary institution, etc.

We wanted to understand the impacts that the current program has on people from each of these points of view. We asked you to consider each when thinking about the impact of the Residential Parking Permit program. Your feedback will help The City of Calgary make changes to the current program that are reflective of you and your parking needs.

If you would like more information on Residential Parking Permit zone restrictions, please review the Residential Parking Permit booklet.

The survey is now closed. Thank you for sharing your opinion with us.


Homeowner/Renter

Are you a homeowner/renter in an area with an Residential Parking Permit program (RPP)?

What are the issues for you as a home owner/renter in an area with Residential Parking Permit zones? Please select the feature you are referencing and tell us how this issue impacts you.

The survey form is now closed. Thanks for your contributions.

Please feel free to provide your input from the other two points of view by selecting them from the tabs above.

Visitor to a Home

Are you a visitor to a home in an area with an Residential Parking Permit (RPP) program?

What are the issues for you as a visitor to a home in an area with Residential Parking Permit zones? Please select the feature you are referencing and tell us how this issue impacts you.

The survey form is now closed. Thanks for your contributions.

Please feel free to provide your input from the other two points of view by selecting them from the tabs above.

Visitor to a Business/Organization/Institution

Are you a visitor to a business, organization or institution in an area with an Residential Parking Permit (RPP) program?

What are the issues for you as a visitor to a business, organization or institution in an area with Residential Parking Permit zones? Please select the feature you are referencing and tell us how this issue impacts you.

The survey form is now closed. Thanks for your contributions.

Please feel free to provide your input from the other two points of view by selecting them from the tabs above.

The survey form is now closed. Thanks for your contributions.

NEXT STEPS

Input from in-person and online engagement is reviewed and summarized in the What we Heard report that will be posted here in March 2019. Administration will use your feedback to develop new Residential Parking Permit program options which will be shared back with you to gather your input in June 2019. We will then present this information to the Standing Policy Committee on Transportation & Transit in the Fall and Council early 2020.