The days of unrestricted weekday parking in northwest Bernal Heights may be coming to an end.
Following a well-organized signature drive by some North Bernal neighbors, the San Francisco Municipal Transit Agency is moving ahead with plans to establish residential parking permit (RPP) system in portions of northwest Bernal where a majority of residents signed petitions supporting the creation of an RPP zone.
The next step in the process is a community meeting, to be held on Wednesday, December 7, 2016 at 7 pm at Leonard Flynn Elementary School. From the SFMTA announcement:
RESIDENTIAL PERMIT PARKING
PROPOSAL FOR NORTHWEST BERNAL
The SFMTA and Northwest Bernal Heights Residents invite you to a public meeting to discuss the proposed Bernal Heights Permit Parking Area.
Residents on the following blocks have voted over 51 percent to move forward with residential permit parking in Bernal Heights: Mirabel and Montezuma, Shotwell (1400 – 1599), Coso (1 – 199), Precita (1 – 199), Coleridge (1 – 99), Winfield (1-99),and Powers.
Please join us to hear details about next steps in the permit process, which includes a discussion about how this will affect residents in the area.
Northwest Bernal Heights Community Meeting
Wednesday, December 7th, 2016, from 7 to 9 P.M.
Flynn Elementary – 3125 Cesar Chavez Street
Additional information about the Northwest Bernal RPP plan and the RPP program is available here on the SFMTA website.