Nighttime parking on two more blocks in West Hollywood may be restricted to residents if the City Council approves petitions to designate them as “preferential parking” areas at its April 7 meeting.
A majority of residents of the block of Romaine Street between Genesee and Spaulding avenues have signed a petition requesting that parking be limited to residents who have acquired a parking pass between 7 p.m. and 7 a.m., seven days a week. That block is within the city’s Preferential Parking District 10 and any resident with a District 10 pass would be able to park on that block.
The Council also will be asked to designate 900 block of North La Jolla Avenue, which is in Preferential Parking District 9, as restricted during the same hours to residents of that district who have a parking pass. The 900 block is between Willoughby Avenue and Romaine Street.
The city has 10 preferential parking districts that cover almost all of its 1.89 square miles.
The City Council will consider the requests at its April 7 meeting, which is at 6:30 p.m. at the Council Chambers at 625 N. San Vicente Blvd., south of Santa Monica.