Dear Resident:

In August 2019, our Town Council joined the Larkspur City Council in launching a Parking Permit Program to restrict parking within the Madera Gardens residential neighborhood impacted by students choosing to park their vehicles on residential streets rather than the Redwood High School campus.

After a one-year pilot program, we are seeking your feedback on how you feel the program was managed and whether it met its goals. The survey will be live through August 12, 2020.

The Town Council will review the responses from the survey and consider the future of the program at an upcoming regular meeting.  An agenda with information on how to attend, participate and submit public comment for that discussion will be posted at least 72 hours before the meeting date at the following link: www.townofcortemadera.org/AgendaCenter.

If you have any questions or wish to provide any additional feedback, please email lbarrera@tcmmail.org or call 415-927-5050.

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* 1. What street do you live on?

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* 2. Were you affected by the use of on-street parking by Redwood High School students prior to the 2019-2020 Parking Permit Program?

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* 3. Do you believe the use of parking permits helped provide more availability of on-street parking in your neighborhood?

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* 4. How was the process of obtaining your parking permit(s) from the Town of Corte Madera? 

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* 5. How effective do you think the pilot Parking Permit Program was in reaching its goal of reducing student parking in neighborhoods adjacent to Redwood High School?

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* 6. Do you want the Parking Permit Program to continue for another school year?

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* 7. If a reasonable fee was charged to receive a parking permit, would you want the Parking Permit Program to continue?

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* 8. Please provide any feedback or comments regarding the 2019-2020 Pilot Parking Permit Program.

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