1. Parking and traffic impacts that affect the community’s residents, businesses, employees, schools and visitors;
2. The community’s desired solutions;
3. Revenue sources to pay for the community’s desired solutions.
The PBAB recognizes and has established that parking imbalances occur in PB between, business district, beach parking and residential areas, times of day, days of the week and seasons of the year however would like to gather information on the general parking and traffic climate in Pacific Beach.
Take the survey by visiting www.pbparking.org or find a hard copy in one of the community locations listed on the website, including: PB Library, Discover Pacific Beach, and PB Town Council Offices. If you are interested in helping to distribute surveys, contact Sara at Discover Pacific Beach.
There are six community parking districts in the City of San Diego, including the Pacific Beach Parking District. Each district is responsible for devising and implementing parking management solutions to meet the community’s specific needs and resolve undesirable parking impacts. Certain parking management related revenues earned by the City within the boundaries of a parking district may be allocated to the district to implement and manage improvements to the community particularly that address parking impacts.
The Pacific Beach Parking Advisory Board meets every second Thursday of the month at 1503 Garnet Ave.