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Record #: O2018-844   
Type: Ordinance Status: Failed to Pass
Intro date: 2/28/2018 Current Controlling Legislative Body: Committee on Pedestrian and Traffic Safety
Final action:
Title: Amendment of Municipal Code Sections 9-64-090 and 9-68-020 regarding residential parking buffer zone areas and daily permit grace periods
Sponsors: Tunney, Thomas
Topic: MUNICIPAL CODE AMENDMENTS - Title 9 - Vehicles, Traffic & Rail Transportation - Ch. 64 Parking Regulations, MUNICIPAL CODE AMENDMENTS - Title 9 - Vehicles, Traffic & Rail Transportation - Ch. 68 Restricted Parking-Permits & Regulations
Attachments: 1. O2018-844.pdf
Related files: R2019-362

Committee on Pedestrian and Traffic Safety

ORDINANCE

ED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CHICAGO:

SECTION 1. Section 9-64-090 of the Municipal Code of the City of Chicago is hereby amended by inserting the language underscored, as follows:
9-64-090 Residential parking permit.
(a) Subject to the approval of the city council, the commissioner of transportation is authorized to erect and maintain signs on any block of any residential street in an R1, R2, R3, R4 or R5 zoning district indicating resident permit parking only when all of the following conditions have been met:

(Omitted text is unaffected by this ordinance)

(f) After consultation with the department of transportation and the applicable alderman, the city clerk shall designate an area adjacent to, and within a 200-number range of street addresses of, a residential parking permit zone, if the city clerk has determined that the zone has created conditions that result in insufficient available parking in the designated area. Any person residing in the designated area shall qualify to acquire a permit to park in the residential parking permit zone. The owner of property with a business address located on either side of a block immediately adjacent to a residential parking permit zone shall qualify to acquire a permit to park in such adjacent zone, and shall be limited to one permit for each qualifying business address. Such designated areas shall be known as "Buffer Zones." The 200-number street address range limitation of this subsection may be expanded to a 700-number range if the affected alderman provides to the citv clerk facts demonstrating that that an area sought to be designated as a Buffer Zone has either a population density that is higher than the Citv of Chicago average, or is an arterial street with mixed commercial and residential use.

(Omitted text is unaffected by this ordinance)


SECTION 2. It is a matter of record that the area bounded by Broadway on the west, Lake Shore Driv...

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