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Flagler Model Land Neighborhood is characterized by quiet streets
with thick tree canopies lined with later 19th Century and early 20th Century homes.
The City of St. Augustine hosted an open house regarding the proposed Flagler Model Land Neighborhood Parking Plan on Tuesday, October 24 in The Alcazar Room at City Hall.
The open house included a brief presentation by city Chief Operating Officer John Regan about the neighborhood’s current parking patterns, the proposed plan, and how the new plan would fit into the overall management of the city’s transportation and parking needs.
With 26 residents attending, the consensus was that the plan should receive more study and input from the residents before moving forward with residential parking programs. Comments included concerns of possible sign pollution and the need for more information on the impact of the Historic Downtown Parking Facility on the area.
Then two days later on Thursday, October 26, the Parking & Traffic Committee, a citizen board, voted to postpone immediate implementation of the program, agreeing with the majority of residents attending the open house that postponement was necessary for further input from the neighborhood.
The Flagler Model Land neighborhood is bordered by King St. on the south, U.S. 1 (Ponce de Leon Blvd.) on the west, Orange St. on the north and Cordova St. on the east.
One of the seven elements included in the Master Plan approved by the city’s Parking and Traffic Committee in April 2003 was the development of a residential parking program that will allow residents of downtown neighborhoods to have greater access to on street parking near their homes.
Last year a pilot program of resident-decal parking was implemented along portions of Avenida Menendez south of the Bridge of Lions, and now city staff has prepared a parking plan for the Flagler Model Land neighborhood. This plan was presented to the residents of that neighborhood at a meeting of the Flagler Model Land Neighborhood Association to receive their feedback and input.
The following documents illustrate the current parking inventory in the Flagler Model Land neighborhood and the proposed changes.