UPDATE: July 21

Thank you for your time completing our survey and voicing your opinion.

Public outreach to stakeholders: included a public meeting on June 21, with more than 40 attendees, a public survey with more than 180 responses, reviewed with the Downtown Block Captains.  Press coverage in the Times Call and Longmont Observer. Strong and consistent concerns were voiced by the Historic Eastside Neighborhood Association and local bicycle advocates.

As a result of the feedback given to the community, City of Longmont and DDA staff further refined its recommendations:

  1. At this time, staff does not propose adding any diagonal parking or making any changes whatsoever in the Historic Eastside Neighborhood.
  2. There are no current changes that will remove bike lanes.
  3. There are no current proposals to pilot back-in diagonal parking.

Staff also reevaluated the proposed time limit changes. The revised proposal reduces the number of all-day spaces converted to time limited spaces from 168 to 91. 

A meeting with City Council is set for August 15.

Proposed time limit changes - updated July 13

NO CHANGES ARE PROPOSED: Proposed restriping plan - updated July 13

June 21 Parking meeting handout 

June 21 Parking meeting presentation

NO BACK IN ANGLE PARKING IS BEING CONSIDERED: Back-in angle parking is a way to keep cyclist and drivers safe when sharing a road (using a sharrow).  Below is a diagram.