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Downtown Sarasota Parking Master Plan

The Downtown Sarasota Parking Study will assess existing conditions and future demand to determine strategic location of future parking facilities. The Study is also tasked with developing a parking system management plan, and a financial plan to assist in funding the Master Plan's recommendations.

The Study will be conducted in four phases:

  • Existing Conditions - Physical Inventory & Analysis (completed).
  • Future Conditions -Projection of future Parking Demand and
    Need (completed).
  • Parking System Strategic Management Plans (completed).
  • Revenue Bond Feasibility Analysis (completed)
  • Study summary (completed)

Progress Report:

  • Phase 1 has been completed.
  • Phase 2 has been completed.
  • Phase 3 has been completed.
  • Phase 4 has been completed.

Public Input:

To date, three Stakeholder meetings have been conducted during the Phase 1, 2 and 3 process. A public hearing will be held later this year. Details will be available at a later date.

Downtown Parking Inventory and Utilization Study Maps:

Click on the category below to view map

For more information please contact Sam Freija, Manager of Traffic Engineering and Project Manager at the City Engineering Department (954-4180) or by e-mail osama_freija@sarasotagov.com

 

 

   
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