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City seeking input on downtown parking management project

Updated: Jan 3

The following is from the City of Hot Springs.

Update:


With a week remaining in the downtown parking management project online survey, the City of Hot Springs reports having a great start with the quantity and quality of responses.


Walker Consultants, which has been contracted to implement a paid parking management system for the City, provided a report that there had been 341 responses to the survey as of the morning of Jan. 3, adding that “we are getting some good information with passionate written responses.”


The response rate has dropped off over the past few days, so the City and Walker Consultants hope a reminder to the public will increase awareness and participation in the survey until it is taken offline at 5 p.m. on Jan. 10.


The Hot Springs Downtown Parking & Mobility Questionnaire is available at www.cityhs.net/parking-survey, and only takes between 5-7 minutes to complete.


The City and Walker Consultants hope to learn more about parking and mobility from the viewpoint of current residents, visitors, business owners and downtown employees. This outreach effort follows two public meetings held on Dec. 1 by the City and Walker Consultants regarding the implementation of a Paid Parking Management System. A PDF of Walker Consultants’ presentation that included preliminary findings is available at www.cityhs.net/parking-project.


Original Article:


The City of Hot Springs has initiated a downtown parking management project and is seeking input in the process through an online questionnaire/survey.


The Hot Springs Downtown Parking & Mobility Questionnaire is available at www.cityhs.net/parking-survey, and only takes between 5-7 minutes to complete. It will be available through 5 p.m. on Jan. 10, 2023.


The City and Walker Consultants hope to learn more about parking and mobility from the viewpoint of current residents, visitors, business owners and downtown employees. This outreach effort follows two public meetings held on Dec. 1 by the City and Walker Consultants regarding the implementation of a Paid Parking Management System. A PDF of Walker Consultants’ presentation that included preliminary findings is available at www.cityhs.net/parking-project.


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