Oakley Parking Overlay Documents

  • 08/31/2022 7:37 AM
    Message # 12902192
    Joe Groh (Administrator)

    An urban parking overlay district would eliminate all off-street parking requirements located within the Overlay District, except for the physical location of parking, should any be provided.

    The Oakley Community Council (OCC) will be discussing the potential of implementing a Parking Overlay District in Oakley. The community is invited to attend and provide your feedback.

    Information about the proposed Parking Overlay District, including proposed map, can be found here: https://oakleynow.com/parkingOCC 1. First Tuesday Meeting - September 6th, 2022, 7 PM, Oakley Recreation Center

    2. City of Cincinnati Public Staff Conference- Date: September 19, 2022 at 4:00 p.m. Place: This meeting is being held virtually via Zoom.

    Oakley Parking Overlay Documents attached below

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    Last modified: 09/01/2022 2:09 PM | Joe Groh (Administrator)
  • 09/01/2022 8:11 PM
    Reply # 12904166 on 12902192

    Hi Joe and the rest of the Council,

    I have a few questions about this project. I plan on being at the meeting next Tuesday, but I also figured I could bring these up while I'm here. 

    1. Why these areas? This is a multi-part question, where it's not just why have you chosen these areas in particular, but also why ONLY these areas. Oakley Station and Hyde Park Plaza in particular I believe would benefit from the removal of parking minimums. I also believe that Robertson and the Oakley (east) side of Edwards would also be a good candidate for the removal of parking minimums.
    2. Are there any future plans to increase use of street parking meters with or without performance-based/demand-driven pricing?
  • 09/07/2022 11:45 AM
    Reply # 12909773 on 12902192

    Is there any data available on current parking capacities in these areas and how this might impact ability of nearby residents to easily park next to their homes/apartments should there be further development in these areas? Is there more information about the reasoning/driver for the proposal or projected impact for new construction and current residents?

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