The city says it needs city parking revenue to help pay for the Golden 1 Center, but some are taken aback by just how drastic the changes in parking could be.
You could feel the excitement in the ballpark a two-time World Series champ Hunter Pence took to the field.
Downtown business owners approached the city about changing the parking, and a hired consultant found the city’s parking was backwards—parking garages have the most space, but cost money, while street parking is limited and free.
The business owners on 10th Street say they work hard to bring in out-of-town customers, but the city isn’t giving them the time to keep them.
It’s the lowest of the low. People are scamming the system to get phony handicap parking placards just so they can park wherever they want. But now a Folsom company has created the first-of-its-kind technology to track the parking fraudsters.
Parking restrictions on East 12 Street and Berverdor Avenue keep high-school students and their parents out of the neighborhood and homeowners couldn’t be happier.
Have you ever wanted to give a city parking agent a piece of your mind? As tempting as that is, it’s best to keep your cool, as one man found out over the weekend.
Plan prohibits visitors from leaving their cars on the roadside near the Tuolumne River.
Art Luna, who owns Luna’s Cafe, is fed up with people without disabilities illegally using handicapped placards to park for free, right in front of his business all day.
Parking can be in short supply, especially in Sacramento. This has led to abuse of the handicap parking placards.
From parking spots to “parklets” – an urban idea could start popping up here in Sacramento. And the idea is to sprinkle little patches of green across town.
Modesto soccer parents are crying foul over parking fees to watch their children’s games. The Mary Grogan Soccer Complex has been open for only a few months, but it’s generating controversy with its pay-to-park policy.