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Community Parking Districts

Designated Community Parking Districts

The six designated Community Parking Districts are:

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Downtown/Centre City

Downtown Parking District Information
Centre City Development Corporation,
401 B Street, Fourth Floor
San Diego, CA 92101
(619) 235-2200
Centre City Advisory Committee
General Meetings: 2nd Thursday of every month 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

The Centre City Development Corp. is the advisory board for the Downtown Community Parking District. In October of 1999, the Mayor and City Council adopted a Comprehensive Downtown Parking Plan and allocated downtown parking meter revenues for 25 years to develop, construct and maintain a seven-story parking structure at Sixth Avenue and Market Street. The structure, called "Park-It-On-Market", opened in January 2001 and contains 500 spaces with ground level retail shops. Parking meter revenues were also used to fund the construction of a 1,200-space parking structure in the East Village at 6th Street and K Street. Other parking facilities are planned for downtown.

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La Jolla

Promote La Jolla is the designated advisory board for the La Jolla Community Parking District but is not active at this time.

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Mid-City

Mid City Parking District Information
El Cajon Blvd Business Improvement District Association
3727 El Cajon Blvd
San Diego, CA 92105
Phone: (619) 288-3608
The Boulevard Parking Information

Three independent sub-districts have been established within the Mid-City district. The El Cajon Boulevard Business Improvement Association serves as the Greater Mid-City Community Parking District advisory group. The Greater Golden Hill and University Heights Community Development Corporations administer their community's portion of the district revenues. The Mid-City Community Parking District has developed a revenue sharing plan for these three communities. Mid-City has prepared annual and five-year plans and implementation plans are currently being prepared with projects to begin thereafter. One of the goals of the Mid-City Community Parking District is to have on-street parking conditions evaluated at the request of business property owners.

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Old Town

Old Town Parking District Information
2415 San Diego Ave, Suite 107
San Diego, CA 92110
Phone: (619) 291-4903
Old Town Website
General Meetings: Scheduled on a needed basis

The Old Town San Diego Chamber of Commerce is the designated advisory board for the Old Town Community Parking District. The district was formed in June 2005 and it proposes to examine the following solutions to the parking impacts within its boundaries: converting parallel parking to angled parking where feasible; reviewing the necessity of red curb areas; installation of a parking signage program; formation of a residential parking subcommittee to provide input to the Old Town CPD; installation of paid on-street parking in the core commercial area; and construction of a public parking facility.

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Pacific Beach

Pacific Beach Parking District Information
1503 Garnet Avenue
San Diego, CA 92109
Phone: (858) 273-3303
Pacific Beach Community Parking Information
General Meetings: 2nd Thursday of every month

Discover Pacific Beach is the designated advisory board for the Pacific Beach Community Parking District, and it is served by a Cooperative Parking Committee representing the interests of the community. This Committee consists of a total of thirteen (13) delegates:

  • three (3) from the Pacific Beach Town;
  • three (3) from Discover Pacific Beach;
  • three (3) from the Pacific Beach Planning Committee;
  • four (4) at-large delegates from the four quarters of the community as divided by Garnet Street and Ingraham Street.

The district was formed in June 2005 and it plans to address parking issues such as: variable on-street paid parking in the commercial district, residential permit parking, parking validation programs, changes in parking requirements for new development, a parking information campaign, increasing the parking inventory, shared parking arrangements, and additional enforcement of existing regulations.

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Uptown

Uptown Parking District Information
1010 University Ave, Suite 113
San Diego, CA 92103
email: benv@parkuptownsd.org or easytopark@gmail.com Phone: (619) 846-5754
Uptown Partnership, Inc.
General Meetings: 2nd Monday of each month 5:00pm to 6:30 p.m. (call for location).

Uptown Partnership, Inc., a non-profit corporation, is the advisory board for the Uptown Community Parking District. Uptown Partnership, Inc. has prepared annual and five-year plans and implementation guidelines that include recommendations for several Uptown neighborhoods, including: Hillcrest, Middletown (Five Points), Mission Hills and Bankers Hill. Their plans address parking inventory/supply, uniformity of parking allocation, traffic circulation, public information, public transit and comprehensive system management.