Council To Vote On Extending Downtown Sacramento Parking Meter HoursIt may soon cost more money to park in Downtown Sacramento at night.
Call Kurtis: Lawmaker Wants to Give Californians a Parking Bill of RightsDemocratic Assemblyman Mike Gatto is proposing the parking bill of rights that would prevent California cities and counties from writing street cleaning tickets after the streets have already been cleaned.
Super Bowl 50 Q&A: Can I Check On Parking Vacancies As I Drive Into San Francisco?
Super Bowl 50 Q&A: If I Drive To Super Bowl City, Where Can I Park?
Super Bowl 50 Q&A: How Should I Budget For Parking For Super Bowl City?
Getting Answers Road Tour: Sac State UniversityIt's finals week at Sacramento State University, but tonight the students are giving us an assignment: get some answers!
Free Holiday Parking Begins In Parts Of Downtown SacramentoThe city of Sacramento will continue its free holiday parking program this holiday season to attract more shoppers to the downtown area.
West Sacramento Rules Leave Door Open For Parking Permit Black MarketIt’s not hard to find cars with residential parking permits in the Riverfront neighborhoods near Raley Field. That’s because each resident can apply for an unlimited amount and they never expire.
Sacramento Weighs Slashing Evening, Weekend Free Parking Hours, Raising RatesThe 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.
Hunter Pence’s Stint With River Cats Exposes Parking Mess At Raley FieldYou could feel the excitement in the ballpark a two-time World Series champ Hunter Pence took to the field.
Modesto Considering Big Changes To Downtown Parking PlanDowntown 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.
Downtown Tracy Redevelopment Plan Didn't Include More ParkingThe 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.