Be part of a downtown parking dialog that can help influence future parking structure
The Greenfield Business Association is seeking community input and ideas for parking in downtown Greenfield. As the city of Greenfield starts to plan for future parking projects, needs, and road alterations we’d like to bring the downtown business community together to discuss what it would like to see parking of the future look like. Please join us Thursday, 2/10, at 5:30 pm for our Downtown Parking Forum.
This Forum is for constructive discussion: the sharing of ideas and challenges of parking in our downtown. The GBA hopes to develop a format for the business community to provide important information to help the city make key decisions regarding downtown parking.
Things to think about prior to the Forum include:
current parking opportunities–too much, too little or just right
combination of or appropriate places for parallel and diagonal parking on Main Street
availability of or need for handicap parking
use and location of 15-minute parking, loading zones, quick pick-up/drive up spaces
parking spaces as eat-/sit-dining areas
meters vs kiosks vs app
cost of parking (to parkers and businesses)
parking areas/spaces visibility, labeling, and signage
parking awareness–are parking spaces/areas known
possible safety-related issues
Please join the GBA for our Downtown Parking Forum on Thursday, February 10th starting at 5:30 pm. Register online or email the GBA at firstname.lastname@example.org to get the Zoom link for the meeting.
Help us start a downtown parking dialog that can help influence the future parking for the benefit of our downtown business community.
Moderator: Jeff Sauser