As the comprehensive review of Oak Park’s wide array of parking rules and regulations continues, the discussion is focused on improving the customer experience, enhancing public safety and implementing strategies that can adapt to meet parking needs as they change.
This latest in the series of Village Board parking discussions is scheduled for 7 p.m., Mon., July 10 at Village Hall, 123 Madison St.
During this discussion, the Village Board will examine current restrictions on two of the Village’s heavily traveled border streets - North Avenue and Roosevelt Road. These two sections of the Village share similar traffic patterns and regulations, and have busy commercial properties directly adjacent to residential neighborhoods. They also have experienced changes in demand over the years that may no longer be properly reflected in the current regulations.
Officials say comparing these two high-traffic routes could offer insights into how regulations, restrictions and technology could help simplify parking rules not only along our borders, but on other Village streets as well.
As the Village Board considers regulation changes, residents are invited to read the information below and watch the video, then share their comments with the Village Board.
Comments posted on this page by noon the day of the scheduled meeting will be shared with the Village Board prior to the meeting. Comments will be moderated and will not appear immediately.