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RANCHO PALOS VERDES CITY COUNCIL MEETING DATE: 05/16/2017 <br />AGENDA REPORT AGENDA HEADING: Regular Business <br />AGENDA DESCRIPTION: <br />Consideration and possible action to receive an update regarding parking and <br />circulation in the Del Cerro Park area. <br />RECOMMENDED COUNCIL ACTION: <br />(1) Receive and file the Del Cerro Park parking issues update. <br />FISCAL IMPACT: None <br />Amount Budgeted: N/A <br />Additional Appropriation: N/A <br />Account Number(s): N/A <br />ORIGINATED BY: Nicole Jules, PE, Deputy Director of Public Works <br />REVIEWED BY: Terry Rodrigue, PE, Interim Director of Public Works <br />Cory Linder, Director of Recreation and Parks 4L- <br />APPROVED BY: Doug Willmore, City Manager /'r' '11_' <br />BACKGROUND AND DISCUSSION: <br />Since 2015, the City has incrementally implemented parking and circulation <br />improvements to address traffic safety concerns near Del Cerro Park and the entrance <br />to the Palos Verdes Nature Preserve (Preserve). <br />Although permit parking programs have been established and parking restrictions <br />imposed along Crenshaw Boulevard, Park Place and the Crenshaw Boulevard <br />Extension, Preserve patronage continues to rise. Parking has now become a problem <br />along Crest Road, between Crenshaw Boulevard and the gate to Rolling Hills. Vehicles <br />have been observed parking on both sides of the roadway, blocking pedestrian <br />passage, and preventing access for emergency vehicles and vehicles entering the <br />Rolling Hills gate. <br />Accomplishments to Date: <br />• Established Neighborhood Permit Parking Programs in the Del Cerro and <br />Rancho Crest (Valley View Road) neighborhoods <br />• Established resident -only recreational permit parking on Crenshaw Boulevard <br />• Restricted public parking on the east side of Crenshaw Boulevard from Park <br />Place to Valley View Road <br />• Restricted public parking on both sides of the Crenshaw Boulevard Extension <br />1 <br />