2017 Parking Management Study - Phase 1
The 2017 Parking Management Study will focus on the
residential and commercial areas of town that are outside of the Downtown Core
by analyzing the existing parking conditions, identifying potential parking
alternatives and providing management strategies to improve parking supply,
effectiveness and efficiency. The primary goal of the study is to develop
a comprehensive parking management plan that balances town character, land use,
transit, and operations within physical and budgetary constraints.
Town Council and the Board of County Commissioners selected a consultant to undertake the Parking Management Study at the February 6th Joint Information Meeting. The contract was awarded to Kimley Horn and Associated, Inc. The Staff Report for awarding the contract can be found here: http://townofjackson.com/files/4014/8607/2399/ParkingStudyAward.pdf.
Next Steps: Staff will bring the proposed contract for the Parking Study before Town Council on March 20th, 2017.
Meetings & Public Workshops
February 6, 2017 Joint Information Meeting
Parking Study Consultant Selection: Select Kimley Horn and Associated, Inc.to carry out Parking Management Study.
LDR Updates: Solicit direction to release RFQ for Public Outreach services to be used across the Town Zoning updates, Town Parking Study, LDR Housing Requirement updates, Housing Department Rules and Regulations updates, and Natural Resource LDR updates projects.
Nov. 14 Joint Information Meeting
Purpose of Item: Town/County Parking Scope of Work
Reports & Documents
Feb. 6 Joint Information Meeting Staff Report - Selection of Consultant
Request for Qualifications - Seeking Public Outreach services to be used across the Town Zoning updates, Town Parking Study, LDR Housing Requirement updates, Housing Department Rules and Regulations updates, and Natural Resource LDR updates projects. March 9, 2017 RFQ Addendum
Request for Proposals - Seeking consultant to carry out Parking Management Study
Feb. 6 Joint Information Meeting Staff Report - Request to solicit Public Outreach services to be used across the Town Zoning updates, Town Parking Study, LDR Housing Requirement updates, Housing Department Rules and Regulations updates, and Natural Resource LDR updates projects.
Nov. 14 Joint Information ?Meeting Staff Report - Parking Study Scope of Work
Parking Study Charter
The proposed comprehensive Parking Study is comprised of four (4) separate yet integrated projects:
1. Residential, Non-Downtown Commercial, and Park-n-Ride Parking Study
2. Downtown Core Parking Study
3. Regional Corridor Parking Study
4. Community-wide Transportation Demand Management Scoping
Elected officials acknowledged the need for developing a comprehensive parking strategy that balances
land use, transportation, and operations impacts in order to the implement the community’s goals. The
comprehensive Parking Study including all four (4) parts was prepared and recommended by the
Transportation Advisory Committee (TAC).
Based upon direction at the November 14th Joint Information Meeting staff prepared and released a Request for Proposals (RFP) that included the Scope of Work for Phase 1 of the 2017 Parking and Management Study that focuses on the residential and commercial areas outside the Downtown Core.
January 4, 2017: Request for Proposals posted on the Town and other professional websites.
January 24, 2017: Deadline for submittal of professional services proposals
January 26, 2017: Department review/scoring of submittals with recommendation to JIM
February 6, 2017: Consultant Team recommendation and selection by JIM
February 20, 2017: Town Council review and consideration of a contract
March-May 2017: Work Program and preparation of deliverables
July –August 2017: Adoption of Phase 1-2107 Parking Management Study