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Parking Meter Rates Increase Nov 15th

Manhattan Beach Parking Meter Rates to Increase in Streets & Lots

Post Date:11/05/2018 8:37 AM

Press Release - Manhattan Beach Parking Meter Rates to Increase in Streets & Lots (PDF)

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

Contact:
Steve Charelian, Finance Director
City of Manhattan Beach
(310) 802-5555

Manhattan Beach Parking Meter Rates to Increase in Streets & Lots

Manhattan Beach, CA (November 5, 2018) – Effective November 15, 2018, the City of Manhattan Beach will increase parking meter rates at on-street locations, city-owned lots and State/County-owned lots.

Parking MeterThe approved parking meter rate increases are summarized below:

  • $1.75 per hour at any street parking meter
  • $1.50 per hour within City-owned lots
  • $2.00 per hour in State/County-owned lots (beach parking)

These new parking meter rates reflect an increase of $0.75 per hour for City-owned lots, and $0.50 per hour for street meters and meters in State/County lots.

The parking meter rate increases were vetted through the Downtown Business and Professionals Association, the North Manhattan Beach Business Improvement District, the Manhattan Beach Chamber of Commerce, the Los Angeles County Department of Beaches and Harbors, the Parking and Public Improvements Commission, the Manhattan Beach City Council and the California Coastal Commission.

The City of Manhattan Beach conducted a survey of local southern California cities to evaluate comparable parking meter rates. The high price points for parking in prime areas among various local cities was up to $2.50 per hour for street parking and up to $6.00 per hour in lots. The parking meter increases will make Manhattan Beach rates comparable with other local cities.

The City estimates an annual net increase of $1.85 million per year in revenue from the parking meter increases. Revenues are primarily used to operate and maintain the City's ten public parking lots, which contain 836 spaces, and 440 on-street parking meters, as well as maintenance for Metlox Plaza and the Civic Center Plaza.

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