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101419 OTLRB Agendala In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, if you need special assistance to participate in this meeting, please contact the office of the City Clerk (951) 694-6444. Notification 48 hours prior to a meeting will enable the City to make reasonable arrangements to ensure accessibility to that meeting [28 CFR 35.102.35.104 ADA Title II] MEETING NOTICE/AGENDA OLD TOWN TEMECULA LOCAL REVIEW BOARD GREAT OAK CONFERENCE ROOM 41000 MAIN STREET TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA October 14, 2019 — 9:00 a.m. ********* CALL TO ORDER Roll Call: Board Members: Chairperson Blair, Vice -Chairperson Brown, Jackson, Moore and Puma PUBLIC COMMENTS A total of 15 minutes is provided so members of the public may address the Board on items that are listed on the Agenda. Speakers are limited to three (3) minutes each. If you desire to speak to the Board about an item not on the Agenda, a green "Request to Speak" form may be filled out and filed with the Board Secretary. When you are called to speak, please come forward and state your name for the record. For all other agenda items, a "Request to Speak" form may be filed with the Board Secretary prior to the Board addressing that item. There is a three (3) minute time limit for individual speakers. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC All matter listed under Consent Calendar are considered to be routine and all will be enacted by one roll call vote. There will be no discussion of these items unless members of the Local Review Board request specific items to be removed from the Consent Calendar for separate action. CONSENT CALENDAR 1 Action Minutes RECOMMENDATION 1.1 Approve the Action Minutes of August 12, 2019 1 BOARD BUSINESS 2 Long Range Application No. LR17-1502, Update to the 2010 Old Town Parking Management Plan. Staff: Eric Jones, Associate Planner DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC WORKS REPORT BOARD MEMBER REPORT DIRECTOR OF COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT REPORT CODE ENFORCEMENT REPORT ADJOURNMENT In observance of Veterans Day, the next regular meeting of the Old Town Local Review Board scheduled for Monday, November 11, 2019 will be cancelled. The next regular meeting of the Old Town Local Review Board will be held on Monday, December 9, 2019, at 9:00 a.m., located in the Great Oak Conference Room, City Hall, 41000 Main Street, Temecula, CA 92590 NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC: The agenda packet (including staff reports) will be available for viewing in the Main Reception area at the Temecula Civic Center (41000 Main Street, Temecula) after 4:00 p.m. the Friday before the Old Town Local Review Board Meeting. At that time, the packet may also be accessed on the City's website — TemeculaCA.gov. Any Supplemental material distributed to a majority of the Board regarding any item on the Agenda, after the posting of the Agenda, will be available for public review in the Main Reception area at the Temecula Civic Center (41000 Main Street, Temecula), 8:00 a.m. — 5:00 p.m.). In addition, such material will be made available on the City's website — TemeculaCA.gov — and will be available for public review at the respective meeting. If you have any questions regarding any item of business on the Agenda for this meeting, please call the Community Development Department, (951) 694-6400. 2 ITEM 1 MEETING ACTION MINUTES OLD TOWN TEMECULA LOCAL REVIEW BOARD GREAT OAK CONFERENCE ROOM 41000 MAIN STREET TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA August 12, 2019 — 9:00 a.m. CALL TO ORDER Chairperson Blair called the meeting to order at 9:00 a.m. Roll Ca11: Board Members: Jackson, Moore, Puma, and Chairperson Blair ABSENT: VICE -CHAIRPERSON BROWN Also Present: Staff: PUBLIC COMMENTS There were no public comments. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC Principal Planner Fisk Associate Planner Jones Building Official Clements Sr. Code Enforcement Officer Cole Minute Clerk Jacobo All matter listed under Consent Calendar are considered to be routine and all will be enacted by one roll call vote. There will be no discussion of these items unless members of the Local Review Board request specific items to be removed from the Consent Calendar for separate action. CONSENT CALENDAR 1 Action Minutes RECOMMENDATION 1.1 Approve the Action Minutes of June 10, 2019 APPROVED 3-0-1-1; MOTION BY BOARD MEMBER MOORE, SECOND BY BOARD MEMBER JACKSON; AYE VOTES BY BOARD MEMBERS BLAIR, JACKSON, AND MOORE; BROWN ABSENT; PUMA ABSTAINED OLD TOWN LOCAL REVIEW BOARD ACTION MINUTES FOR AUGUST 12, 2019 Page 2 BOARD BUSINESS 2 Planning Application PA19-0756, a Minor Modification to allow an existing restaurant located at 28699 Old Town Front Street to install a shade structure and to complete exterior stairway and fencing revisions. APPROVED 4-0-1; MOTION BY BOARD MEMBER PUMA, SECOND BY BOARD MEMBER JACKSON; AYE VOTES BY BOARD MEMBERS BLAIR, JACKSON, MOORE AND PUMA; BROWN ABSENT Applicant: Christopher Campbell Staff: Eric Jones, Associate Planner DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC WORKS REPORT BOARD MEMBER REPORT DIRECTOR OF COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT REPORT CODE ENFORCEMENT REPORT ADJOURNMENT The next regular meeting of the Old Town Local Review Board will be held on Monday, September 9, 2019, at 9:00 a.m., located in the Great Oak Conference Room, City Hall, 41000 Main Street, Temecula, CA 92590 The meeting adjourned at 9:32 a.m. Albert Blair Luke Watson Chairperson, Old Town Local Review Board Director of Community Development 2 ITEM 2 STAFF REPORT — PLANNING CITY OF TEMECULA OLD TOWN LOCAL REVIEW BOARD October 14, 2019 Old Town Parking Management Plan Update LONG RANGE APPLICATION NO. LR17-1502 Prepared by: Eric Jones, Associate Planner APPLICATION INFORMATION: PROJECT: Update to the 2010 Old Town Parking Management Plan LOCATION: Old Town Temecula BACKGROUND Old Town has seen tremendous growth since the adoption of the first Old Town Specific Plan (OTSP) in 1994. This growth has had a profoundly positive impact on Old Town and can be seen in the new businesses, restaurants, special events, and increase in overall activity and energy. Old Town has truly become the cultural and civic heart of Temecula and this is a great triumph for the community. While the community and visitors have enjoyed the rise of Old Town, the growth and success of the district has come with challenges, not the least of which is ensuring adequate parking facilities exist to meet demand. The City's challenge is to develop a strategy that not only meets the parking needs of today, but also assures that Old Town is well positioned to provide ample parking for the continued growth that is sure to come in the future. The City has worked with a third party consultant (Fehr & Peers) to update the Old Town Temecula Parking Management Plan (PMP) they originally created in 2010. This plan, as well as other studies, have been periodically revised to reflect new realities in Old Town. ANALYSIS The City has commissioned a variety of studies over the years that were designed to analyze parking within Old Town. However, it is helpful to first review the various iterations of the OTSP and how these plans treated parking before discussing each parking study. The City has developed five versions of the Old Town Specific Plan. Each version of the plan moved the City closer to creating parking policies and standards that are consistent with a traditional downtown environment. The first versions of the Old Town Specific Plan were completed in 1994 and 1996. The adopted policies of these two plans were more in line with suburban compared to downtown environments. The below list highlights several policies and standards included in these early documents: — Parking requirements shall be consistent with the Citywide Development Code; — Locate parking behind or off Old Town Front Street and Main Street along Murrieta Creek; — Consider waivers or reductions; — Delineate desirable vacant properties for public parking lots; — Parking lots/garages are permitted or conditionally permitted in all zones. The type of development patterns that were occurring with the above policies in place put Old Town on a path of being inconsistent with a pedestrian friendly traditional downtown. For example, allowing parking lots and garages has the ability to create pedestrian "dead zones" between buildings. This is because these "breaks" between buildings along the street represent an elimination of activity normally associated with vibrant storefronts. In short, there is nothing to incentivize a pedestrian to continue walking through the break. Stakeholders began to realize that Old Town needed to be treated differently after 1996, when it was realized that Old Town was desired to serve as Temecula's traditional downtown. Policies and standards began to reflect this new way of viewing Old Town with the 2004 and 2006 versions of the OTSP. These two versions began to show parking policies that were more conducive of a downtown area. The policies included: — Encourage efficient use of alley ways; — Parking requirements are now determined by the Specific Plan District, not the Citywide Development Code; — Parking requirements essentially eliminated to spur economic development. These parking standards moved Old Town into becoming more consistent with traditional downtown environments. They also spurred economic growth. For example, creating parking requirements that were specific to Old Town virtually eliminated parking requirements in the district. This provided an incentive for additional development to take place. Since 2006, the City has been trying to find the right balance with respect to parking requirements and policies in Old Town in a manner that would provide the right amount of parking. This effort culminated with the adoption of the 2010 Old Town Specific Plan. This version of the plan contains policies and standards that are conducive of a traditional downtown environment. These polices included: — Ensure future growth coincides with recommendations in the Old Town Parking Management Plan; — Parking lots/garages no longer listed in use matrix; — Parking requirements now limited to a few specific uses within the Downtown Core. Page 2 X:\Planning\2017\LR17-1502 Old Town Parking Study\Pehr & Peers\Old Town Local Review Board\OTLRB Staff Report.docx The 2010 version of the OTSP is still in place today and cemented Old Town as a pedestrian friendly downtown with parking policies and standards to support this new approach. For example, the removal of parking lots and garages eliminated new pedestrian "dead zones" from being created. In addition, the SP contained a requirement to ensure future growth is consistent with the Old Town Parking Management Plan. Each of the previously discussed iterations of the OTSP changed the parking dynamic within Old Town by increasing the demand of parking. The City responded to this increase in demand by commissioning various studies to analyze parking. This allowed the City to maintain a clear understanding of parking realities in Old Town. Some of these efforts merely included a parking component while others were dedicated parking studies. The following discussion will provide a summary of each parking study completed from 1998 through 2019. In 1998, the City commissioned the first Old Town Market Assessment. This study was developed by Keyser Marston and Associates (KMA). The market assessment included an analysis of parking as a component. Several recommendations were derived from this report that would have an impact on parking in Old Town. These included: — Position Old Town as Temecula's downtown; — Relocate a Civic Center and playhouse/theater in Old Town; — Establish a Business Improvement District (BID) (to handle parking services). The City has since completed the recommendations to create Old Town as Temecula's downtown and to locate the City located the Civic Center and Community Theater complex within Old Town. A BID has not been established, but is still a possibility in the future. The first dedicated parking study for Old Town was developed in 2007 by Fehr & Peers. The document was prepared as part of a higher level planning analysis focused on broader urban design, land use, and market conditions. The consultant included a survey of Old Town stakeholders to determine the level of difficulty of which people could find parking. The survey results indicated that respondents reported an ease of locating parking. The study also contained a recommendation to prepare a Parking Management Plan (PMP). The 2010 PMP by Fehr & Peers was another standalone document purely focused on studying parking trends within Old Town and was developed per the recommendation of the previous study. The consultant again included a survey as part of the work effort. The survey results were similar to those described in the 2007 document in that respondents indicated the parking supply was sufficient. The study also provided a more in-depth series of recommendations that was broken up into three terms based on timelines. The below table summarizes the key recommendations of the 2010 PMP: Page 3 X:\Planning\2017\LR17-1502 Old Town Parking Study\Fehr & Peers\Old Town Local Review Board\OTLRB Staff Report.docx Term 2010 Recommendations Near Term (1-2 Years) Establish Time Limits Develop Informational Program Establish Parking District Mid -Term (3-10 Years) Create Additional Supply Identify Parking Charges as needed Long Term (10+ Years) Develop Transportation Demand Management Plan Finally, parking was reviewed as part of the Old Town Market Opportunities Update prepared by KMA in 2015. This study served as an update to the work previously performed by KMA in 1998. Key recommendations included: Creation of an updated parking study; Develop a long term parking strategy; — Secure or develop parking at the north end (Moreno Road); — Establish a Business Improvement District (BID). Recommendations from the previous studies, as well as communication from various stakeholders, reflect that parking has now become difficult to locate, prompting staff to commission the current 2019 PMP. Updating the 2010 study would allow staff to understand of Old Town's current parking trends. The methodology for the 2019 PMP was consistent with the 2007 and 2010 studies. The same boundaries (as shown in the attached 2019 PMP study area map) applied to past studies were utilized for the current PMP. However, on -street parking for the residential streets east of Mercedes Street and on -street parking for Moreno Road were also included (study area map attached). Data collection of the 2019 PMP was conducted in the following manner: — Available on -street and off-street spaces designated as public parking were counted; Counts were conducted Thursday through Sunday; — Counts were conducted hourly from 10:00 A.M. to 10:00 P.M. The consultant counted a total of 1,852 parking spaces in the study area for the 2019 PMP. This represents an approximately 37% increase from the 2007 study. Much this increase is the result of the Civic Center Garage (366 spaces) and the increased study area previously mentioned. The primary focus of the analysis was to determine if parking in Old Town is over utilized. Page 4 X:\Planning\2017\LR17-1502 Old Town Parking Study\Pehr & Peers \Old Town Local Review Board\OTLRB Staff Report.docx The key question to ask when determining if parking is over utilized is, "has the segment reached the industry standard threshold of 85% utilization". Parking at 85% is considered well utilized with enough turnover and supply that some parking is available without vehicles having to circle around, which causes additional queuing/congestion. Results of the existing parking utilization counts reveal the following findings: The results indicate that holistically Old Town has enough parking to meet demand. The highest demand recorded for the 2019 PMP study area occurred on Saturday night at 7:00 P.M. Utilization at this time was 73%. This is below the 85% threshold that indicates over utilization. However, there are several areas, hot spots" where occupancy exceeds 85% during select time periods, in locations where illegal parking occurs, or both. Extended lengths of stay (vehicles parked over four hours) represents an average of 14% of the total parking demand of on -street parking spaces (662 spaces). The Civic Center Garage is underutilized. For example, during the weekday (Thursday and Friday) parking surveys, the maximum parking utilization was 69%. The weekend (Saturday and Sunday) maximum parking utilization was 66% on Saturday night. — Old Town Visitors may not be aware of available public parking options including the Civic Center Garage. An informational program with improved signage could help alleviate this issue. Based on these findings, the 2019 PMP included several recommendations for the City to consider. The overall goal of these recommendation is to alleviate areas where utilization is over 85%. These recommendations include the following: Develop an Informational program (including signage); Establish Time Limits; — Survey Demand for Shared Parking; Establish a Parking District; Create Additional Supply (when the 85% threshold has been exceeded); — Add Curbside Zones to Accommodate Transportation Network Companies (Taxi, Lyft); Identify Parking Charges; — Implement Travel Demand Management; Uber, On August 27, 2019, results of the 2019 PMP were presented to the City Council Old Town Steering Committee consisting of Mayor Naggar and Council Member Schwank. It was the Page 5 X:\Planning\2017\LR17-1502 Old Town Parking Study\Fehr & Peers\Old Town Local Review Board\OTLRB Staff Report.docx Committee's desire at this meeting to have staff provide the same presentation to the Old Town Local Review Board for review and comment. The Committee also had a series of additional topics they wished the Board to discuss and provide comments. These topics included: Consider relocating the weekly farmers market at the Sixth Street parking lot to the Civic Center and "U" surrounding Town Square Park. — Consider additional ADA accessible parking spaces in the Theater and Children's Museum parking lot; — Consider implementing paid parking in the areas experiencing utilization over 85% Staff will relay the Board's thoughts on these items back the Old Town Steering Subcommittee for further discussion. RECOMMENDATION Staff recommends that the Old Town Local Review Board review and provide comments regarding the 2019 PMP and additional topics requested by the City Council Old Town Steering Committee. ATTACHMENTS: 2019 PMP Study Area Map 2019 Parking Management Plan Page 6 X:\Planning\2017\LR17-1502 Old Town Parking Study\Fehr & Peers\Old Town Local Review Board\OTLRB StafReport.docx 2019 PARKING MANAGEMENT PLAN STUDY AREA MAP ..... Study Segment - No Parking al Parking Turnover Count Locations r Study Lot Project Study Area # Existing Parking Supply X Vacant/Dirt Lot included in parking demand surveys with zero supply Project Study Area Page 7 2019 DRAFT PARKING MANAGEMENT PLAN DRAFT OLD TOWN TEMECULA PARKING MANAGEMENT PLAN JIM Prepared for: City of Temecula April 5, 2019 SD18-0265 FEHR PEERS TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Executive Summary 1 Existing Parking Supply and Demand 1 Future Parking Analysis 2 Recommendations 2 Implementation Measures 3 2. Introduction 4 Purpose of the Parking Management Plan 4 Previous Studies 4 01d Town Temecula Parking Study (2006) 4 Old Town Temecula Vision Plan (2007) 5 3. Existing Parking Supply and Demand 6 Existing Parking Supply 6 Existing Parking Demand 6 Parking Turnover 17 Average Length of Stay 23 Summary of Existing Conditions 34 4. Future Parking Supply and Demand 36 Near -Term Parking Supply and Demand 36 Parking Utilization with Near -Term Projects 39 Long -Term Parking Supply And Demand 40 5. Recommendations 43 Recommendation #1 - Develop Informational Programs 43 Recommendation #2 - Establish Time Limits 46 Recommendation #3- Survey Demand for Shared Parking 48 Recommendation #4- Establish a Parking District 49 Recommendation #5- Create Additional Public Parking Supply 51 Recommendation #6- Add Curbside Zones to Accommodate Transportation Network Companies 55 FEHR'' PEERS Recommendation #7- Identify Parking Charges as Needed 56 Recommendation #8- Implement Travel Demand Management (TDM) 59 Implementation 61 ATTACHMENTS Attachment A Hourly Parking Utilization Maps (Thursday - Sunday) Attachment B Near -Term Project Information FEHR''PEERS FIGURES Figure 1 - Study Area Map 7 Figure 2 - Peak Hour Parking Utilization (Thursday) 12 Figure 3 - Peak Hour Parking Utilization (Friday) 14 Figure 4 - Peak Hour Parking Utilization (Saturday) 15 Figure 5 - Peak Hour Parking Utilization (Sunday) 16 Figure 6 - Average Parking Turnover Rate (Thursday) 19 Figure 7 - Average Parking Turnover Rate (Friday) 20 Figure 8 - Average Parking Turnover Rate (Saturday) 21 Figure 9 - Average Parking Turnover Rate (Sunday) 22 Figure 10A - Average Parking Length of Stay (Thursday) 25 Figure 1013 - Extended Parking Length of Stay (Thursday) 26 Figure 11A - Average Parking Length of Stay (Friday) 27 Figure 11B - Extended Length of Stay (Friday) 28 Figure 12A - Average Parking Length of Stay (Saturday) 29 Figure 12B - Extended Length of Stay (Saturday) 30 Figure 13A - Average Parking Length of Stay (Sunday) 31 Figure 13B - Extended Parking Length of Stay (Sunday) 32 Figure 14 - Utilization and Illegal Parking Hotspots 35 Figure 15 - Near Term Planned/Approved Project Locations 38 Figure 16 - Potential Locations for Additional Parking Supply 54 Figure 17 - Parking Implementation Recommendations 64 FEHRkPEERS TABLES Table 1 Existing Peak Hour Parking Occupancy 8 Table 2 Near -term Parking Supply and Demand 39 Table 3 Summary of Existing and Near -term Parking Supply 40 Table 4 Long -Term Annual Parking Supply and Demand 41 Table 5 Cities with Parking Charges 57 Table 6 Recommended Implementation Schedule 62 FEHR'' PEERS City of Temecula Old Town Parking Management Plan April 2019 1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY The City of Temecula Old Town Parking Management Plan was developed to understand the existing and future demand of public parking in Old Town. Ultimately, the goal is to provide adequate measures that will improve the quality of the experience for those visiting Old Town while balancing the needs of local businesses. The City of Temecula initiated the first Old Town Temecula Parking Study in 2006, followed by the Old Town Parking Management Plan in 2010 in support of the Old Town Specific Plan. This Parking Management Plan provides an update to the 2010 plan with current parking data, a reassessment of future demand projections, and renewed recommendations for near- to long-term growth strategies. EXISTING PARKING SUPPLY AND DEMAND Existing parking supply was inventoried for publicly available parking spaces within the study area, bounded by Moreno Road to the north, First Street to the south, Mercedes Street to the east, and Murrieta Creek to the west. The study area has approximately 1,852 spaces, including 662 on -street parking spaces, 824 off-street parking spaces (in parking lots), and 366 publicly available parking spaces in the Old Town Garage. The majority of parking spaces in Old Town are unrestricted with the exception of 41 parking spaces in the Old Town Garage that have a posted 2-hour time limit. Some off-street parking Tots have posted signs that reserve parking for select businesses. A parking utilization and turnover survey was collected Thursday through Sunday to determine existing parking demand and utilization in Old Town on weekdays and weekends. Hourly parking surveys were conducted for on -street parking and publicly available parking lots from 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM each day. A threshold of 85% utilization in the study area was used to determine parking deficiencies; deficiencies were noted if more than 85% of parking spaces were used during a given time period. Using this methodology, the survey results demonstrated Old Town Temecula has sufficient parking supply to serve the current demand. Old Town Specific Plan Parking Management Goal Incrementally facilitate parking strategies in Old Town in accordance with the 01d Town Parking Management Plan by providing safe, adequate, and accessible parking throughout the area, and by ensuring that all parking facilities in Old Town support the safe movement of pedestrians and vehicles to adequately support the expansion of local commerce. Key findings of the existing parking analysis are highlighted below. Parking Occupancy and Peak Hour Demand - Old Town currently has a daily average of 55% occupancy on weekdays (Thursday and Friday), 61% on Saturday, and 44% on Sunday. Over the course of the 4-day parking survey, the peak maximum occupancy occurred on Saturday evening, with 73% of parking utilized at 7:00 PM. Page 1 FEHR'' PEERS City of Temecula Old Town Parking Management Plan April 2019 In general, Front Street between Sixth Street and Main Street is most heavily utilized. Less utilized areas were east of Mercedes Street and south of Main Street, including the Old Town Parking Garage. During the 4-day survey, the Old Town Parking Garage did not exceed 70% occupancy. Parking Turnover/Average Length of Stay - To address community concerns regarding long-term parking of individual vehicles in the Old Town area, the parking survey included an hourly turnover survey along the core on -street parking segments. Surveys were conducted from 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM from Thursday through Sunday to determine how long vehicles were parked throughout the day. Hotspots - Several hotspot locations were , w, >8 Hours identified where parking demand was over 85% each day for at least one hour, exceeded supply, or both. Parking supply was exceeded when locations were over 100% occupancy and parking occurred where not permitted (illegal parking). FUTURE PARKING ANALYSIS 2-4 Hours Future parking demand was estimated based on the list of pending or approved projects from the City of Temecula, market data in the Old Town Market Opportunities Update (2015), and parking standards per the Old Town Specific Plan (2010). The findings of the future parking demand assessment are described below: • The near -term parking supply is projected at 2,187 spaces. With buildout of the pending or approved near -term projects, the peak parking demand is projected to consume 75% of the parking supply. • At the assumed rate of future development, it is estimated that the study area will approach 85% occupancy, or deficient parking conditions, after 2024 and full (100%) occupancy after 2030. RECOMMENDATIONS Based on the review of the existing and future parking conditions, several strategies are recommended for Old Town Temecula: 1. Develop Informational Programs 2. Establish Time Limits Page 2 FEHR '' PEERS City of Temecula Old Town Parking Management Plan April 2019 3. Survey Demand for Shared Parking 4. Establish a Parking District 5. Create Additional Parking Supply 6. Add Passenger Loading Zones to Accommodate Transportation Network Companies (TNCs) 7. Identify Parking Charges 8. Implement Travel Demand Management This plan includes general background information for each recommendation, including applications in other cities, advantages and disadvantages of each approach, and a suggested implementation in Temecula. IMPLEMENTATION MEASURES Suggested implementation measures are provided for near -term (1-2 years), mid-term (3-10 years) and long-term (10+ Years) scenarios. Near -term (1-2 years) Mid-term (3-10 years) Long-term (10+ years) Develop informational program Outreach to business owners Introduce initial time limits Establish a parking district Survey demand for shared parking or Transportation Network Companies Expand initial time limits Enact regulatory actions resulting from near -term survey findings Introduce parking charges (if thresholds are met) Create additional parking supply (if thresholds are met) Expand parking charges (if thresholds are met) Implement a Travel Demand Management program As transportation technologies continually advance, new trends and modes of transportation will need to be considered in decisions related to parking and land use to determine the most appropriate solutions for Old Town. Page 3 FEHR''PEERS City of Temecula Old Town Parking Management Plan April 2019 2. INTRODUCTION Old Town Temecula is a historic, vibrant mixed -use community located along the western border of the City of Temecula. The area features an eclectic mix of civic, retail, restaurants, and residential uses in a walkable environment. A variety of community events are hosted throughout the year, including holiday events and a weekly Farmers' Market attracting residents and visitors alike. The City, merchants, and property owners embrace the high level of activity in Old Town Temecula; however, public concerns over high parking demand within Old Town has generated the need to update the parking management plan to prepare for future growth. PURPOSE OF THE PARKING MANAGEMENT PLAN A parking management plan is intended to comprehensively address parking supply and demand, particularly in a downtown or mixed -use area. Historically, the tendency has been to address parking issues through an increase in supply. In many areas, the desire to increase parking supply results in constructing additional surface lots or parking structures. This approach can be very costly, as the construction cost of a single parking space may be upwards of $30,000 in a structure. After construction, parking structures may require hundreds of thousands of dollars to operate on a yearly basis. Instead of addressing supply only, a parking management plan addresses the demand for parking through the management of existing parking, creative informational measures, and the provision of additional supply when necessary. Additionally, a parking management plan outlines recommendations and strategies for implementation of parking -related improvements. In Old Town Temecula, a parking management plan is appropriate because there is currently an overall availability of supply within Old Town, but possible future supply shortfalls may occur with additional development. There are also existing parking shortfalls at selected locations or during selected times. PREVIOUS STUDIES Old Town Temecula Parking Study (2006) The City of Temecula initiated a parking study in 2006 to determine parking supply and demand during the development of the Old Town Specific Plan. The parking study concluded the following: • Overall, parking was sufficient in Old Town as the parking space occupancy ranged between 50 to 60% during both weekdays and weekends. • A survey of both residents and employees indicated most people are able to find available parking within a short walk of their destination. Page 4 FEHR fi PEERS City of Temecula Old Town Parking Management Plan April 2019 • Parking was fully utilized mainly along Front Street and near the Farmers' Market on the weekends. The issue with parking was not an overall lack of supply, but instead a distributional one. • There are significant opportunities to construct new development, if each parcel were to be built out to its theoretical maximum usage. • If associated development projections occurred and the rate of growth assumed in 2006 proved true, the study forecasted a substantial shortfall in parking within Old Town. Subsequent to the completion of this first parking study, City staff elected to revisit growth projections within Old Town through the Old Town Vision Plan process discussed below. Old Town Temecula Vision Plan (2007) In 2007, Fehr & Peers participated in the 01d Town Temecula Vision Plan process. This study was commissioned to address issues of future development within Old Town. Key items in the Vision Plan included historical and existing conditions, urban design elements, market feasibility, parking demand and management. Key items related to parking in the Vision Plan were: • Estimates of absorption for future residential and commercial development in Old Town • The recommendation to prepare a Parking Management Plan for Old Town Temecula Old Town Parking Management Plan (2010) The 2010 01d Town Parking Management Plan analyzed existing conditions, estimated future parking demand, and made recommendations for the City of Temecula. The 2010 Parking Management Plan estimated that future parking demand would reach 85% occupancy in 2016, based on the forecasted annual rate of growth in the 2007 Vision Plan. The 2010 Parking Management Plan also anticipated that parking supply would reach full capacity (100%) after 2021. 0ld Town Market Opportunities Update (2015) In 2015, the City updated an assessment from 1998 of market potential for retail/restaurant, office, hotel, and residential uses in Old Town. The update focused on progress, market potential for additional development, and recommended implementation approaches to improve Old Town. Between 1998 and 2015, Old Town Temecula made significant progress, including: • Reinforcing the district's identity as a downtown • Developing new cultural uses • Installing major public improvements • Constructing the Civic Center and Town Square Park • Developing new office space, dining, and entertainment establishments Page 5 FEHR4'PEERS City of Temecula Old Town Parking Management Plan April 2019 3. EXISTING PARKING SUPPLY AND DEMAND A parking survey was collected from Thursday through Sunday to determine existing parking supply and demand in Old Town. The Old Town Parking Management Plan study area is generally bounded by Moreno Road to the north, First Street to the south, Mercedes Street to the east, and Old Town Front Street to the west. Figure 1 illustrates the study area, including the on -street parking study segments and off-street publicly available parking Tots. The first parking surveys were collected on Thursday, June 21st and Saturday, June 23rd, 2018. Hourly parking surveys were conducted for on -street parking and publicly available parking lots from 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM each day. Following the initial data collection and review, additional parking surveys were collected on Friday, October 5th and Sunday, October 7th, 2018 to provide a more comprehensive understanding of the weekday and weekend parking trends in Old Town. EXISTING PARKING SUPPLY There are currently 1,852 parking spaces in the Old Town Temecula study area, including approximately 662 on -street parking spaces, 824 off-street parking spaces (in parking lots), and the Old Town Garage, which has 366 publicly available parking spaces and includes accessible and electric vehicle spaces. The Old Town Garage also has a gated parking section reserved for Civic Center employees; these spaces were excluded from the parking supply and demand analysis. The majority of parking spaces in Old Town are unrestricted with the exception of 41 parking spaces in the Old Town Garage that have a posted 2-hour time limit. Some off-street parking lots have posted signs that reserve parking for select businesses. All such spaces were included in the parking supply and demand analysis. The inventory of on -street parking supply was based on field observations for marked parking spaces on public roadways and the length of curb along unmarked segments where parking is allowed. For on -street parking spaces, an average length of 22 feet was designated per space. Public Parking Supply: 1,852 Maximum Parking Demand: 73% EXISTING PARKING DEMAND Table 1 summarizes the existing parking supply and demand, or utilization, during the peak hours in Old Town Temecula. The parking supply includes all legally available parking spaces. The occurrence of illegal parking was observed throughout the study area. Illegal parking was determined based on painted red curb, posted restrictions, or spaces not considered legally available based on City of Temecula parking standards. Illegally parked vehicles were included in the parking utilization surveys for each day to accurately reflect the existing parking demand. Based on the 4-day parking survey, the peak hour parking demands occurred at 12:00 PM on Thursday (64%), 8:00 PM on Friday (68%), 7:00 PM on Saturday (73%), and 1:00 PM on Sunday (67%). Page 6 FEHR4'PEERS ITT_. -�. ��+■ • • .+�• ". • -. . —' .16 i ,y Is■ ■si'L • ss■■s■ f '24 '16 51 • ■ ■ f ■ 14 i ■ 10 817 7! I • s a jt _11 • .11.1=NIMIIOnmilft 41•111 Min,........L IIM.IN••••• 366 • • Study Segment No Parking anParking Turnover Count Locations Study Lot Project Study Area # Existing Parking Supply x Vacant/Dirt Lot included in parking demand surveys with zero supply Figure Project Study Area Vowti vian:inerneni: Plan Page 7 City of Temecula Old Town Parking Management Plan April 2019 Table 1 EXISTING PEAK HOUR PARKING OCCUPANCY Day Peak Hour of Demand Total Inventory Peak Hour Occupancy Remaining Parking Supply % Occupied Thursday (6/21/18) 12:00 PM 1,852 1,184 668 64% Friday (10/5/18) 8:00 PM 1,852 1,252 600 68% Saturday (6/23/18) 7:00 PM 1,852 1,330 494 73% Sunday (10/7/18) 1:00 PM 1,852 1,233 619 67% Source: Fehr & Peers, 2018 By comparison, the 2010 Parking Management Plan identified the following average peak hours of occupancy based on parking data from 2007 and 2008: • Weekday: 53% at 1:00 PM • Weekend: 68% at 2:00 PM The comparison shows that average weekday parking utilization has increased by more than 10%, and Saturday utilization has increased by approximately 5%. The existing hourly parking supply and demand in the study area Thursday through Sunday are summarized in the following graphs. The occurrence of illegal parking is shown in red. 2000 1800 u 1600 ro O. VI1400 on E 1200 a 1000 0 800 c 600 • 400 • 200 Thursday Parking Supply and Demand 1 852 1,8�1 64% 63% 59% 50% 56% 54% 53% 51% 50% 51% 49% 45% 36% 0 •t02 T2���2A lyA�?�A�?(�A� 9�4 °A 10 °A� n 4 °A47 �.90°A� 2A 'V v 'V 'V 'V Zl 14, Time Off -Street Demand Ili= On -Street Demand MM9D1 Illegally Occupied --- Supply THURSDAY 10:00 AM 11:00 AM 12:00 PM 1:00 PM 2:00 PM 3:00 PM 4:00 PM 5:00 PM 6:00 PM 7:00 PM $:00 PM 9:00 PM 10:00-PM Occupied 904 1011 1172 1151 1088 991 973 940 918 933 892 822 672 Illegally Occupied 14 19 12 15 12 13 13 8 10 13 12 6 3 Total Occupied 918 1030 1184 1166 1100 1004 986 948 928 946 904 828 675 Total Utilization 50% 56% 64% 63% 59% 54% 53% 51% 50% 51% 49% 45% 36% Vacant 934 822 668 686 752 848 866 904 924 1 906 1 948 1,024 1, Page 8 FEHR'' PEERS City of Temecula Old Town Parking Management Plan April 2019 Friday Parking Supply and Demand 2000 1800 1 r; a 1600 m 1400 61% 1200 56% 60% 56% a 1000 48% Ili0 800 Zu 600 E 400 Z 200 0 53% 53% 52% 111 59% I 62% 68% 67% 102 '?,12 t�� .t�A 12A ,�A >yA s4A 62A 2AA 7 7 41 A44, 44. 94A f4� A 9 , qi 4, '14 i0. 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On -Street Demand MN Illegally Occupied -Supply FRIDAY 10:00 AM 11:00 AM 12:00 PM 1:00 PM 2:00 PM 3:00 PM 4:00 PM 5:00 PM 8:00 PM 7:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 10:00 PM Occupied 878 1026 1117 1098 1035 967 963 956 1085 1138 1233 1217 1117 Illegally Occupied 7 9 10 14 10 8 11 12 12 17 19 18 17 Total Occupied 885 1035 1127 1112 1045 97S 974 968 1097 1155 1252 1235 1134 Total Utilization 48% 56% 61% 60% 56% 53% 53% 52% 59% 62% 68% 67% 61% Vacant 967 817 725 740 807 877 878 884 755 697 600 617 718 2000 Idl u 1800 a 1600 m 1400 Y 1200 a 1000 0 800 y 600 � 400 E Z 200 0 Saturday Parking Supply and Demand 1,852 1,8 62% 66% 65% 61% 51% 59% 56% 1111 58% 61% 73% 72% 69% 65% ro.44, <.4i T 17 jAA AA �AA �AA �AA �.0 Aw �Aw �AA 44,14 14 Ix7 , 7 7 '4 7 4 A4 Time mow Off -Street Demand MIMI On -Street Demand NMI Illegal y Occupied -Supply SATURDAY 10:00AM 11:00 AM 12:00 PM 1:00 PM 2:00 PM 3:00 PM 4:00 PM 5:00 PM COO PM 7:00 PM 8:00 PM 9:00 PM 10:00 PM Occupied 909 1121 1199 1179 1111 1076 1026 1057 1102 1315 1287 1242 1146 Illegally Occupied 28 27 29 22 16 16 10 15 22 43 43 44 49 Total Occupied 937 1148 1228 1201 1127 1092 1036 1072 1124 1358 1330 1286 1195 Total Utilization 51% 62% 66% 65% 61% 59% 56% 58% 61% 73% 72% 69% 6554 Vacant 915 704 624 651 725 760 816 780 728 494 522 566 657 Page 9 FEHR'PEERS City of Temecula Old Town Parking Management Plan April 2019 2000 I1 1800 u 1600 to 1400 m c 1200 a 1000 0 800 • 600 400 z 200 0 44% 55% 1 Sunday Parking Supply and Demand 62% 67% 63% 1 56% 1 47% 1 44% 40% 1 I II 33% 30% 25% 111 17% t022 • 1. <' 1. ?� �?. tr0 S G. �2 8 `5?, 1� Z! • 'V/A_ 'V44 $A- AAA- AAA AAA- �.04 •�.�A_ vA4 vA4 vA� O4140, A4, 7 1 77 '7 Time '7 '7 '7 '7 MIMI Off -Street Demand MN On -Street Demand ti Illegally Occupied — -• Supply SUNDAY 10:00 AM 11:00 AM 12:00 PM 1:00 PM 2:00 PM 3:00 PM 4:00 PM 5:00 PM 8:00 PM T100 PM II:00 PM 9:00 PM 10:00 PM Ocwpied 808 1,004 1,133 1.228 5 1.157 1.028 867 812 735 607 545 446 308 Illegally Occupied 3 6 7 5 4 5 7 8 6 5 10 8 Total Occupied 811 1010 1140 1233 1162 1032 872 819 743 613 550 456 316 Total Utilization 44% 55% 62% 67% 63% 56% 47% 44% 40% 33% 30% 25% 17% Vacant 1041 842 712 619 690 820 980 1033 1109 1239 1302 1396 1536 This page intentionally left blank Page 10 FEHR'' PEERS City of Temecula Old Town Parking Management Plan April 2019 Figure 2 through Figure 5 illustrate the peak hour parking utilization in Old Town Temecula from Thursday through Saturday, respectively. Hourly parking utilization maps for each day of data collection are provided in Attachment A. Overall, the Thursday through Sunday daily parking trends observed during the data collection show parking supply is half full (50% utilized) by 11:00 AM with afternoon peaks at 61% to 66% occupancy. On Thursday and Sunday, the PM demand declines through the end of the day. On Friday and Saturday, parking demand increases after 5:00 PM with the peak demand occurring at 8:00 PM on Friday and 7:00 PM on Saturday. Based on the survey data, Saturday had higher parking utilization for each hour compared to the other survey days. Most segments along Old Town Front Street, Mercedes Street, Sixth Street, Main Street, and most Tots west of Old Town Front Street between Fifth Street and Main Street were more than 85% utilized in the morning during the Farmers' Market as well as in the evening peak hour (7:00 PM). Many parking areas were at or near full occupancy, particularly on the west side of Old Town Front Street. Some parking locations had occupancy that exceeded supply. In these locations, automobiles parked in unmarked on -street spaces or in undesignated off-street locations, such as vacant dirt Tots. Page 11 FEHRk PEERS City of Temecula Old Town Parking Management Plan April 2019 This page intentionally left blank Page 12 FEHRiPEERS Parking Utilization* .w cal 0% <25% 25 - 50% 51 -75% 76 - 85% a• 86-100% > 100% : . ; Project Study Area se. V4- • • • • • sr • •- • • • sr. row • • • eeeeee • • R • • • • • • ••••• •••■ ■ 7■••■■ i • • t1 r••r■■ rrr■ ▪ ' III • eta Main St • ■ 1 I: • r% r • • r • r • • 3rd St II • • ■ • • ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ 1 Me • r V1 • c • �i Ire • 2nd St • • • • • • •■••eeee• ♦ •• • • • Based on parking survey conducted from 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM X Vacant/Dirt Lot included in parking demand surveys with zero supply 100% Da% 70% 60% 50% 00% 30% 70% 10% 0% •• • • r -41 • Thursday x l tro4Y 1•p►Y 0MM1 �•C/a1 *0040* •M!Y MO4M •E01M ••OaM DIDM • 104JIy 0cNpled • III eplh Occu pled •Vacs nt Peak Demand (12:00 PM) Figure 2 Peak Hour Parking Utilization (Thursday) Temecula did Town Parking Management Plan Page13 Parking Utilization* �.., 0% <25% ammo 25 - 50% 51 -75% -� 76 - 85% 86-100% - >100% L ; ; Project Study Area 1L. 0 • •• ♦ • • ••• t • s• ♦ • ♦♦ ♦ ♦ ■ • ■ . ■ ■ ■ d � •• d ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ •�_ Sth St f ti • • • q• • 4th St ♦ • •� • • :1 If r • \_iJ • i • • 100% ....... • u' • 90% 2nd St it: 1- ■ i,••••.: •%•••• ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ 1 Main St •■■si'fi' loss■•• a • • • • • • • • ♦ •♦ • •• * Based on parking survey conducted from 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM X Vacant/Dirt Lot included in parking demand surveys with zero supply 70% ft SO% i30% 20% 10% A • Friday 1 1040 PM UM PM 1I:OOPM L00PM 200PM 100PM 400M 5:00PM 6:00PM 7.00 PM 000004 Peak Demand (8:00 PM) L.gity Occupied • Illegally ocmW eV vacant MNM 10aPM Peak Hour Parking Utilization (Friday) Page 14 Parking Utilization" IMMO 0% <25% 25 - 50% 51 -75% 76 - 85% 86 - 100% >100% Project Study Area a • • • • • 2nd St Based on parking survey conducted from 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM X Vacant/Dirt Lot included in parking demand surveys with zero supply 0000 ox ••• It 10:m AM 11:00AM 12A0 PM a 1i Saturday 111111 LOOPM IOOPM 3OOPM 4OOPM S:OOPM 6:OOPM vxom �aaivaavutr d ■inwlN Occ.P,ed Peak Demand (7:00 PM) Figure 4 Peak Hour Parking Utilization (Saturday) Temecula Old Town Parking Management Plan Page 15 Parking Utilization* �■ 0% <25% 25 - 50% 51 -75% 76-85% 86 - 100% IMMO> 100% ti "., Project Study Area 1 I • ■ • ■ • -_II • • • ■ ■ ■ • ■ ■ Old Town Front St ♦ • ♦ ♦•♦ • • • ♦ •• , ♦• ■ ♦ ■ ♦ • ■ ▪ ewe • ▪ 611111, •��11 5th St • f• • II • • • 4th St• • ■■■••■e *4.1 : I l _ i.` • • • • • ♦♦• ,'a'r .fir ' �_• Main St 2nd St ♦• ♦ ■ ■ ■ •• •• • • •I • ■ • ' f • f • • ■ 100% • • e0K • • so% • • m AA I • 70M • 10K e ll * Based on parking survey conducted from 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM X Vacant/Dirt Lot included in parking demand surveys with zero supply w Sunday 111 I I I i I I I I e1o*. 11IDIM 1?IDOM 141110611 MOM lOOMO OOOMI l,OSMI MGM WPM OWNS e001M MOM M fLegMh'Ottupl ad ■ Marla/ Orcu Gl ed Va. nt Peak Demand (1:00 PM) Peak Hour Parking Utilization (Sunday) Page 16 City of Temecula Old Town Parking Management Plan April 2019 The findings of the existing parking utilization survey are detailed below: 1. There is sufficient parking supply in Old Town to meet the current demand. The existing data collection showed that overall, Old Town Temecula has sufficient parking supply to serve the current demand. A threshold of 85% utilization in the study area was used to determine parking deficiencies. Over the course of the 4-day parking survey, the peak maximum occupancy occurred on Saturday evening with 73% of parking utilized at 7:00 PM. However, there are several parking hotspots, where occupancy frequently exceeds 85% during select time periods, in locations where illegal parking occurs, or both. 2. Old Town visitors may not be aware of available public parking in adjacent areas. The results of the utilization study showed a maximum of 73% utilization. However, public perception indicates that public parking is inadequate. This contradiction indicates individuals may not be aware of all locations where public parking is available or may not be comfortable seeking parking further from their destination. As illustrated on the utilization maps in Attachment A, several parking locations show maximum occupancy (shown in red) adjacent to other on - and off-street parking areas that have available parking (shown in green and yellow). 3. Extended lengths of stay - or vehicles parked over 4 hours - represents an average of 14% of the total parking demand. Without time restrictions on parking, vehicles are permitted to stay in Old Town without limitation. The 4-day (Thursday through Sunday) parking survey revealed that extended parking, in which vehicles stay over 4 hours, represents approximately 11% to 17% of total daily parking demand. 4. The Old Town Garage is underutilized. The Old Town Garage survey data indicates over 30% of underutilized capacity for publicly available parking spaces during peak periods of parking demand. During the weekday (Thursday and Friday) parking surveys, the maximum parking utilization of the Old Town Garage was 69%. The weekend (Saturday and Sunday) maximum parking utilization was 66% on Saturday night. With 366 public parking spaces, approximately 125 or more spaces were available in the Old Town Garage during the peak hour. The levels of utilization of the Old Town Garage are consistent with data collected by City staff in October and December of 2018. PARKING TURNOVER Parking turnover is the ratio of the number of vehicles parked in a duration to the number of parking spaces available. Parking turnover surveys were collected during the hourly data collection periods for the core on -street parking segments in the study area, including Old Town Front Street and Mercedes Street from Moreno Road to Second Street, and the numbered streets (Sixth Street to Second Street) from Mercedes Street to west of Old Town Front Street. The turnover survey excluded parking along Moreno Road. Since Old Town does not impose parking fees or time restrictions for on -street parking, Tong -term parking has the potential to create a deficient parking supply, particularly in locations with higher demand. To determine the parking turnover ratio, license plate numbers were recorded for vehicles parked along the street in the study area every hour from 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM to find how many vehicles utilized each parking space during the 12-hour period. Daily segment turnover rates were Page 17 FEHR'' PEERS City of Temecula Old Town Parking Management Plan April 2019 calculated by dividing the total number of vehicles parked along each roadway segment during the 12-hour period divided by the total supply of the same roadway segment, as shown in the equation below: Daily Tumover Rate = (# Parked Vehicles) + (# Parking Supply) Figure 6 through Figure 9 illustrate the average turnover rates from parking data collected from Thursday through Sunday, respectively. The turnover rate indicates the average number of vehicles using each parking space along the roadway segment in a day. For instance, a roadway segment with 5 available parking spaces and a turnover rate of 3 translates to a total of approximately 15 cars parked on the segment throughout the 12-hour study. A lower turnover rate indicates the lack of parking turnover activity occurring along a segment. As shown in Figure 6 through Figure 9, Thursday and Sunday had lower turnover rates than Friday and Saturday. This is likely due to the higher level of activity and frequency of visitors to the area on Friday and Saturday, and potentially a variation in Old Town employee parking trends. The following list summarizes the locations with low turnover rates (2.5 vehicles per space per day or lower) by day: • Thursday o Old Town Front Street: south of Second Street o Fifth Street: between Old Town Front Street and Mercedes Street o Fourth Street: west of Mercedes Street o Second Street: between Old Town Front Street and Moreno Street • Friday o Fourth Street: west of Old Town Front Street • Saturday o Fourth Street: west of Old Town Front Street • Sunday o Mercedes Street: south of Moreno Road o Mercedes Street: between Third Street and Second Street o Sixth Street: between Old Town Front Street and Moreno Street o Fourth Street: west of Mercedes Street o Second Street: between Old Town Front Street and Moreno Street High turnover rates (more than 5 vehicles per space per day) were most prevalent south of Main Street compared to the rest of the study area. Page 18 FEHO'PEERS 41 • ■ • • West side of Mercedes St (Moreno Rd to 6th St) shows a • '' • skewed result due to low volume of vehicles parked • • along this segment through the day. ' •••r. •• Y ■ •• 'a 3 ■ �. 6th St • ■ .d • ■ • • • • • , •••• • • • i • • • • • s•• • • • • •• s • Parking Turnover Rate (Average Vehicles Per Space Per Day) 4111111 < 1.0 1 - 2.5 2.6 - 3.5 3.5 - 5 > 5.0 Parking Turnover Count Locations L : Project Study Area ■ 0..• ►�.. �■ 5thSt II :• • 4th St rt Figure 6 Average Parking Turnover Rate (Thursday) remFcula Old Town Parking Maltac;ement Plan Pale 19 Parking Turnover Rate (Average Vehicles Per Space Per Day) < 1.0 1 - 2.5 2.6 - 3.5 3.5 - 5 > 5.0 Parking Turnover Count Locations ...� Project Study Area 6th St 5th St 2nd St ♦ West side of Mercedes St (Moreno Rd to 6th St) shows a skewed result due to low volume of vehicles parked along this segment through the day. 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Parking Tumover Count Locations Project Study Area p II • ,, a .... a • a aaaaa aaaa aaa • • aa aaaaa • • • • • • ^t, • • • •• • • • • 9• • • • • , #00 • 0 • • • 0 • „ • • • • • • • • • • • 6th St 5th St • • • •• • • # • Average Parking Turnover Rate (Saturday) (");c1 in ;-)?v!‹.inri M.rtr:14,q.'rwrir Pid; Page 21 Parking Turnover Rate (Average Vehicles Per Space Per Day) < 1.0 1 - 2.5 2.6 - 3.5 3.5 - 5 > 5.0 gip Parking Turnover Count Locations III, Project Study Area arr • - 4th St 3rd St hqure (3 Average Parking Turnover Rate (Sunday) Trr;�Nr;.,l,r (_)Irl If)t,vrt r':Ir! ,r�rj ° I tn,+�lr�r7lent PIS + Pasta 22 City of Temecula Old Town Parking Management Plan April 2019 AVERAGE LENGTH OF STAY Using data from the turnover survey, the average length of stay of parked vehicles was analyzed to identify the average number of hours vehicles are parked in Old Town. The average length of stay was assessed to determine the amount and frequency of vehicles that remain parked over an extended period of time as well as the locations where Tong -term parking was most prevalent. The parking turnover data revealed the following average lengths of stay over the 4-day survey: • 59% of vehicles are parked for 2 hours or less • 27% of vehicles are parked for 2 to 4 hours • 8% of vehicles are parked for 4 to 6 hours • 4% of vehicles are parked 6 to 8 hours • 2% of vehicles are parked over 8 hours Figure 10A through Figure 13A illustrates the average length of stay for each on -street parking segment for Thursday through Sunday, respectively. Figure 10B through Figure 13B depict the volume or number of vehicles parked on each segment with vehicles parked for extended periods of 4 to 6 hours, 6 to 8 hours, and over 8 hours. 4% 6-8 Hours As shown, vehicles parked for over 4 hours occurs throughout the study area with prevalence along Fifth Street, Fourth Street, Main Street, and Mercedes Street. The segments with higher levels of extended parking include the following locations: • Thursday: o Fifth Street west of Mercedes Street o Fourth Street between Mercedes Street and Old Town Front Street o Mercedes Street between Fourth Street and Main Street • Friday: o Fifth Street west of Old Town Front Street • Saturday: o Fifth Street west of Old Town Front Street o Main Street west of Old Town Front Street • Sunday: no segments showed an average length of stay over 4 hours. 2-4 Hours 8% 4-6 Hours >8 Hours Page 23 FEHR''PEERS City of Temecula Old Town Parking Management Plan April 2019 This page intentionally left blank Page 24 FEHR '' PEERS Parking Length of Stay (Average Hours Per Space Per Day) •••• Up to 2 Hours 2 - 3 Hours -- 3 - 4 Hours ilsom More than 4 Hours ibizt Parking Turnover Count Locations Project Study Area aa *** *** ' Vie * ****** *** • • ,. • • I a V 0 * * • • a , 4 • • l' * II a Main St • • ft 111111111111•1111 a • • a is • • 0 a o !..? stet II • it • a s * • • .4 ci St i c • 11 2nd St a in • c • • f a • • 1.• 1 • • I • , • 0 • II 1 a • ••• • ***** ass: •• • ••• * • •• • • 4 • r • • • 1 • • • • Figure 1 OA Average Parking Length of Stay (Thursday) lemecula ()Id Town Parking Management Plan Page 25 Parking Length of Stay (Total Vehicles Per Time Period Per Day) Parking Segments • 4 to 6 Hours • 6to8Hours • Over 8 Hours 'n Parking Turnover Count Locations Project Study Area } 1 ♦ • • • • • OO ♦• • 00 O ♦� "1 • 00 • is COO 6th St • © 0 ©P • 00 00■ • • 00 0©• • • ©� 5th St ©0 • • • ■ % .000 0 Q Q• 0 ©0 0 -0;; . • 00 00O.•+■••• • • 00 `0►O: • 00 • 4th St °Oi • ©00 0 0 0 • 00 © 0 O00• • • 00 • ? 0 0 OOP • a • •• :• • 00jig • ■ • 000 0Main 05t 0. ■ 000 000 1 • figure 1013 Extended Parking Length of Stay (Thursday) Old Town Paikrnq tvlanaQ Inent Plan Pavia 20 Parking Length of Stay (Average Hours Per Space Per Day) Up to 2 Hours 2 - 3 Hours ... 3 - 4 Hours More than 4 Hours Parking Turnover Count Locations 1 Project Study Area a' 14 w„ • eee • • • • ♦ • ••••. •• en • ••••0(0 ••• • A. • ♦ • oi, ♦ .. l • •♦ • • ■ ■ 6th St ■ ■ ■ • • • • • Sth St • 1. ■ ■ ■ 1 ■ dth St ■ ■ ■ •a ■ ■ ■• a ■ Maln St =� ■ • 4I ... 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Project Study Area f: A Average Parking Length of Stay (Saturday) Old F[J‘A,;-, P.li.king Hari Page 29 Parking Length of Stay (Total Vehicles Per Time Period Per Day) Parkng 4 to 16 Hau9ments • • r 7 f • • • i ♦•: • ♦• w 4 • • 4. • 6to8Hours .'' ♦ • • Over 8 Hours �;�" i�r ♦• • ♦ ♦ ♦ a Parking Turnover Count Locations • • ♦ • ▪ .▪ : Project Study Area • • • � •• tt°io�A ♦ e'_♦♦ k •s r♦• i • ♦ • • • • 00 • ▪ 00 • • 00 • • • ©© • • 00 • • 00 48110 •• Qp • 01© • 0• 0 • 0 ©o • 000 • • 00 ♦ '•7 00 • • • OO • O�©O egl,k • v+ O0 • ©© ✓ j 00 r •►• ••000 • • 00• 00 • • OD • 2nd St O • • • • ■ • • OHO• O0 a • • fed• • w••♦ 00 . 00 �•00; 06th 0t 0 0 0 0 0'0■©O: 5th 5t 00• © 0 0 ■• "0�0:rrrr■001 4th St ooa0 0_0:© 0 0Or■ OOP••••00 S• • , • 'i 0© a 00 is 3rd St 00 • 000 • 00 ♦r ""*•-s.J '?13 Extended Parking Length of Stay (Saturday) Okl lovvrt Pasksnq h#IandrlEinent Plait Page 30 Parking Length of Stay (Average Hours Per Space Per Day) Up to 2 Hours 2 - 3 Hours 3-4 Hours More than 4 Hours Parking Turnover Count Locations Project Study Area IV 2. ♦ • �♦ r • ,* . ? it • • X • • • • iiikfzflitif /..r /6_1/ 1. 5ti1 St •• t ,`ram j 'T '- • 1� vl • 11 4th St • ■ • 1 Average Parking Length of Stay (Sunday) Temecula 01c1 Town Parking Management Plan Page 31 Parking Length of Stay (Total Vehicles Per Time Period Per Day) Parking Segments • 4 to 6 Hours • 6 to 8 Hours • Over 8 Hours Parking Turnover Count Locations 7 1 Project Study Area • 000 ©00 • 00 ©O• ©O*••••• • • r Main St 00 * ■ • • 0 ©0 0 0 0 )'` ■ • 000 ©00 4 .us• �+00 OQ " • • 000 ii • 00• • c- 40 3rd St O 0 `_ ©OOP • • O 000 00 • ©© 00 4 p0 • • 00 2nd St • 0 0 0 •` • f-- 0 0 0 i ■ ©to • • • ONO • OHO• ♦ ■ ♦ ♦ • ♦a ♦ ' A .•• ♦♦ •• 9,d •♦ • . ♦ �otQ0o• • • • ••• ••ii..�►-i i • • 0 ♦ • • • 00 ©Op .. • • 00• •• 00 6th St 00; • 0 0 0 • • • O0 0O•■■••■0 it • • 00 ©0: •• 00 Sth St 0,011 % Mk 8-8111! a Ar • i �� �4t100;:: 0000 h St Mal • 0 00 © © 0 •• �t UMW— ;) Extended Parking Length of Stay (Sunday) Page 32 City of Temecula Old Town Parking Management Plan April 2019 HOTSPOTS Hotspot locations comprised areas where parking demand was over 85% occupancy for at least one hour each day of the survey, exceeded supply, or both. Exceeded parking supply describes vehicles parking where no parking is permitted. Hotspot locations are illustrated in Figure 14, which includes all locations where parking was utilized more than 85% for at least one hour per day of the survey (Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday) and locations where illegal and excess parking was observed at any time during the survey. Locations with excess demand (greater than 100%) or illegal parking were observed on the following segments: • Old Town Front Street: o West side between Moreno Road and Sixth Street o East side between Fifth Street and Fourth Street o East side between Main Street and Third Street o West side south of Second Street • Mercedes Street o West side between Moreno Road and Fifth Street o West side between Main Street and Third Street o East side between Third Street and Second Street • Sixth Street o North side between Old Town Front Street and Mercedes Street • Fourth Street o North side west of Old Town Front Street • Main Street o Both sides, east and west of Old Town Front Street • Third Street o Both sides west of Old Town Front Street Notably, the vacant dirt lot on the northwestern corner of Mercedes Street and Fourth Street was excluded from the inventory supply but included in the parking survey. The lot was heavily utilized, with a maximum of 17 vehicles parked at one time. Page 33 FEHR''PEERS City of Temecula Old Town Parking Management Plan April 2019 SUMMARY OF EXISTING CONDITIONS The parking occupancy and turnover data indicate the following conclusions regarding existing parking operations: • Parking is sufficient to meet current demand in Old Town; however, visitors may not be aware of all public parking options. • Parking shortfalls occur in limited areas and during selected hours of the day. • The Old Town Garage is underutilized. There is consistently 30% or more parking available at any time during the clay. • The average length of stay is 2 hours or Tess for a majority (59%) of the study area on weekdays and weekends. • 14% of vehicles are parked for 4 hours or more. Much of the Tong -term parking is likely employee -related. An employee survey conducted for the 2010 Parking Management Plan found that 98% of surveyed employees of Old Town parked within a block of their workplaces. A survey was not conducted as part of the 2018 update. Page 34 FEHR'' PEERS Utilization and Illegal Parking Hotspots 1...0 >85% - 100% Utilization* Illegal Parking or >100% Utilization** Project Study Area •• • • • AO • ♦♦• • ♦ • ♦ • ♦ • •� • ♦ • • • • • • • 6thSt ••••R•O • • • R 4.0 • tiR•R•RMRR • • mot: A V • a R • Sth St 2 • • * i r ,," •••••, • • • • • 4thSt %••••• • • • *>85% to 100% utilization observed for at least one hour per day (Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday). ** Illegal Parking or >100% utilization observed for at least one hour on at least one day. Illegal parking determined by painted red cub, posted restrictions, or spaces not considered legally available by City of Temecula parking standards. X Vacant/Dirt Lot included in parking demand surveys with zero supply I..i3r 14 Utilization and Illegal Parking Hotspots iown ParHon IMarrafrin iiit Plan Page 35 City of Temecula Old Town Parking Management Plan April 2019 4. FUTURE PARKING SUPPLY AND DEMAND Future parking supply and demand were analyzed to forecast future parking conditions in Old Town. The following assumptions were utilized to estimate future parking supply and demand: • For residential and hotel developments, on -site parking is assumed to be consistent with the 01d Town Specific Plan requirement, which states that residential uses provide 1 space per unit in the Downtown Core. Hotel uses require 1 space per guest room or suite; ancillary conference rooms, meetings rooms and ballrooms within the hotel are supplied separately at 1 space/300 square feet of gross floor area. Parking for residences or hotels are not available to the general public. • Non-residential developments, such as commercial retail projects, are assumed to not provide any parking and use currently available parking instead. Such projects are assumed to add demand at a rate of 2 spaces per 1,000 square feet. This parking demand rate is consistent with previous studies conducted in Temecula and equates to the existing parking demand, as currently observed. The parking rate reflects the nature of mixed -use parking demand more accurately than a suburban parking demand rate of 4 spaces per 1,000 square feet because many people who visit 0ld Town Temecula park once and visit multiple businesses. • For office developments, on -site parking is assumed to be consistent with the 0ld Town Specific Plan requirement, which states that office uses in three story buildings are not required to provide parking; however, when a building is four stories and includes a fourth floor as office in -lieu of residential, the additional floor of office should require parking (in accordance with the Temecula Municipal Code, Chapter 17.24). However, if any floor in a four-story building is provided as residential, none of the office floors in the building are required to provide parking. The Temecula Municipal Code, Chapter 17.24 states offices shall provide 1 parking space per 300 square feet gross floor area. NEAR -TERM PARKING SUPPLY AND DEMAND Near -term parking demand was estimated based on planned or approved projects within the study area and parking rates described above. At the time this study was conducted 9 projects were pending, approved, or under construction in the study area that would result in changes to parking supply and demand. The near -term planned or approved project locations are shown in Figure 15. Detailed descriptions of each project are provided in Attachment B. Table 2 summarizes the near -term projects, parking rates per land use, and the forecasted near - term parking supply and demand generated by the planned projects. Planned hotel and residential projects will provide private parking to absorb their total associated demand of 392 spaces. Construction of the non-residential near -term projects is forecast to generate additional demand to Page 36 FEHR '' PEERS City of Temecula Old Town Parking Management Plan April 2019 public parking by 280 spaces. The approved Third Street Hotel and parking structure will include 513 spaces, 307 of which will be available for public parking (for a fee) and 206 reserved for hotel use. In addition, the City of Temecula anticipates back -in angled parking to be provided along Moreno Road to replace the existing parallel parking, resulting in a net increase of 28 additional parking spaces along Moreno Road. Cumulatively, the forecasted near -term parking supply is projected to have 2,187 public parking spaces. Page 37 FEHR''PEERS - - Project Study Area Planned / Approved Project Figure 18 Near -Term Project Locations rH (1 Page 38 City of Temecula Old Town Parking Management Plan April 2019 Table 2 NEAR -TERM PARKING SUPPLY AND DEMAND Project Land Use Size Parking Rate" Added Unshared Parking' Added Public Parking Supply Public Parking Demand FourthStreet Hotel (PA17-0854) Residential 87 DU 1/DU 87 0 0 Hotel 70 Rooms 1/guest room 70 0 0 Sage Brush Center (PA18-0381) Hotel 29 Rooms 1/guest room 29 0 0 Third Street Hotel and Parking Structure (PA16-0270) Hotel 185 Rooms 1/guest room 185 0 0 Ancillary Rooms/ Event Space 6,239 SF 1/300 SF gross floor area 21 307 0 Chaparral South (PA14-0188) Non -Residential 6,657 SF 2/KSF gross leaseable area 0 0 13 Barrel Republic (PA17-1279) Non -Residential 5,150 SF 2/KSF gross leaseable area 0 0 10 Town Square Park Commercial (PA17.0324) Non -Residential 87,280 SF 2/KSF gross leaseable area 0 0 175 Fourth Street Commercial (PA15-0694) Non -Residential 13,907 SF 2/KSF gross leaseable area 0 0 28 01d Front Street Dance Hall (PA15-1158) Non -Residential 3,808 SF 2/KSF gross leaseable area 0 0 8 Chaparral III (PA10-0226) Non -Residential 23,137 SF 2/KSF gross leaseable area 0 0 46 Moreno Road 0n-Street Parking Conversion (97 parallel spaces to 125 back -in angled parking spaces = 28 net new spaces) 0 28 0 Sub -total 392 335 280 Total Near -Term Parking Supply and Demand' 335 280 1-Based on 01d Town Specific Plan Parking Requirements DU: Dwelling Unit SF: Square Feet; KSF: Thousand Square Feet Source: Fehr & Peers, 2018 Parking Utilization with Near -Term Projects Based on the near -term development and parking supply projections, it is anticipated that the parking supply will be sufficient to absorb near -term growth and parking demand in Old Town Temecula, particularly with the addition of the new parking structure on Third Street. Table 3 summarizes the estimated near -term parking supply and demand volumes. As shown, the addition of the planned projects is estimated to increase demand from the existing 1,358 spaces to approximately 1,638 spaces. After the construction of the parking structure on Third Street and Page 39 FEHR''PEERS City of Temecula Old Town Parking Management Plan April 2019 buildout of all near -term projects, the parking demand is forecast to result in approximately 75% utilization during the peak hours. Table 3 SUMMARY OF EXISTING AND NEAR -TERM PARKING SUPPLY Existing Public Parking Supply 1,852 Added Near -Term Public Parking Supply (net new spaces) Third Street Parking Garage +307 Moreno Road Angled Parking +28 Total Near -Term Public Parking Supply 2,187 Existing Public Parking Demands -1,358 (73%) Near -Term Public Parking Demand (net new) -280 Total Near -Term Parking Demand 1,638 (75%) Total Near -Term Remaining Parking Supply 549 (25%) 1Represents the maximum demand observed during the 4-day survey (Saturday 7:00 PM) Source: Fehr & Peers, 2018 LONG-TERM PARKING SUPPLY AND DEMAND Long-term parking supply and demand were analyzed to identify how long the cumulative near -term parking supply could support the demand in Old Town Temecula. To estimate Tong -term future parking demand, information developed by Keyser Marsten in the Old Town Market Opportunities Update (2015) was applied. Future development assumptions for Old Town are as follows: • The anticipated annual absorption rates for future mixed -use development included: o 16,500 square feet of office development; o 12,500 square feet of retail development; o 38 hotel rooms; and o 105 units of market rate residential development. • For residential developments, on -site parking requirements are consistent with the Old Town Specific Plan requirement that residential uses provide 1 space per dwelling unit in the Downtown Core. Parking for residential use is not available for other public or private uses. • Hotels are required to provide 1 space per guest room in the Downtown Core. Ancillary conference rooms, meetings rooms, and ballrooms within the hotel are supplied separately Page 40 FEHR ''PEERS City of Temecula Old Town Parking Management Plan April 2019 at 1 space/300 square feet of gross floor area. Parking for hotels are not available to the general public. • Non-residential retail development is assumed to not provide any parking and instead, use publicly available parking. • Office developments are assumed to provide 1 parking space per 300 square feet of gross floor area, unless the office use is a part of a three-story building or is a part of a four-story building with any other floor being provided as a residential use. • New development is forecasted to increase demand by 58 new public parking spaces each year. Table 4 provides the forecasted parking demand per use per year in accordance with the Old Town Temecula parking requirements and annual absorption rates. Table 4 LONG-TERM ANNUAL PARKING SUPPLY AND DEMAND Land Use Projected Annual Growths Parking Rate Added Parking Demand Protect -Provided Parking Supply Demand to Public Parking Office 16.5 KSF 2 Spaces/KSF 33 0 33 Retail 12.5 KSF 2 Spaces/KSF 25 0 25 Hotel 38 Rooms 1 Space/Room 38 38 0 Residential 105 DU 1 Spaces/DU 105 105 0 TOTAL PARKING DEMAND ADDED ANNUALLY1 58 'Based on projections from the Old Town Market Opportunities Update (Keyser Marsten, 2015) DU: Dwelling Unit KSF: Thousand Square Feet Source: Fehr & Peers, 2018 Page 41 FEHR k PEERS City of Temecula Old Town Parking Management Plan April 2019 The recommended parking utilization threshold for Old Town is 85% occupancy, in which parking supply is considered well -utilized with sufficient capacity for circulation and turnover. The parking supply under existing (2018) conditions is 1,852 spaces. Based on the construction schedule for the parking structure on Third Street, it is anticipated that the near -term supply of 2,187 parking spaces will be available by 2021. Based on the future parking supply and demand forecasts, the future parking demand is estimated to approach 85% after 2024 and 100% after 2030. The graph below illustrates the projected annual growth in future parking demand. The data shown is based on the highest peak hour of parking survey data collected in 2018 (Saturday at 7:00 PM), near -term parking supply and demand, and long-term projected parking demand of 58 spaces per year. Future Parking Supply and Demand 2,500 2 187 ma 2,000 1,852 , 1,500 c 1,000 100% 0 500 0 z 2o�g �0�9 '0�'p 20�7 ���� ��`Du' ��`�9 Do `�6, �`�� `pc9 `),9 'PO Year —Parking Supply 85% of Parking Supply —Annual Parking Demand Page 42 FEHR 4' PEERS City of Temecula Old Town Parking Management Plan April 2019 5. RECOMMENDATIONS Based on the review of the existing and future parking conditions, several strategies are recommended for Old Town Temecula: 1. Develop Informational Programs 2. Establish Time Limits 3. Survey Demand for Shared Parking 4. Establish a Parking District 5. Create Additional Parking Supply 6. Add Curbside Zones to Accommodate Transportation Network Companies 7. Identify Parking Charges 8. Implement Travel Demand Management Additional information regarding the timing for implementation of these strategies is provided in the next chapter of the report. RECOMMENDATION #1 - DEVELOP INFORMATIONAL PROGRAMS Review of the existing parking data indicates 27% of the current parking supply is available during the highest peak hours in Old Town. The data, combined with the public perception that parking is at capacity, implies that Old Town visitors may not be aware of all parking options or they may not be comfortable seeking parking further from their destination. Parking usage and public perception of parking is affected by how familiar people are with the area they are parking in. For example, visitors will often park in the first space they see when visiting a destination for the first time. Other visitors will slowly loop around the area in search of prime parking immediately in front of their destination if they are apprehensive or unaware of other places where parking is available. This behavior results in more time spent seeking parking and high parking occupancy adjacent to blocks with available parking. Another issue is the use of desirable, high -demand on -street spaces by merchants and employees. As noted previously, the existing parking data indicated an average of 14% of vehicles are parked over 4 hours in Old Town. A number of these Tong -term parked vehicles are likely employees and business owners. In some cases, these individuals might be unaware of the consequences of occupying the high -demand spaces for long-term parking. Informational programs can reduce these issues. In some cities, these informational programs are very modest, with activities limited to signage and a map showing the locations of parking facilities. In other cities, these programs are extensive and include maps, websites, mobile apps, and even parking guides or docents. Page 43 FEHR''PEERS City of Temecula Old Town Parking Management Plan April 2019 Informational programs can be an effective means to increase the overall level of knowledge regarding parking availability. General information programs published through maps, websites and apps, and other means are often well received and heavily utilized. These more general programs can be easy to implement and require limited oversight once in place. The specific recommendations for Old Town Temecula are listed below. Expand the City Website and App with an Old Town Parking Map. The City of Temecula has developed a mobile app that contains information for a variety of City services and facilities, including live information on parking availability in the Old Town Parking Garage. It is recommended that the City app and website be upgraded with a map of all public parking areas in Old Town to inform users of parking options in the area. As development occurs, smart sensors and other parking technology should be monitored and linked to the City app, where feasible, to display where parking is available. Where applicable, parking fees, restrictions, and other relevant information should be listed and updated regularly. The Old Town Temecula Association also maintains a website and mobile app, which both include parking information with the ability to identify parking availability for a given date and time period. Comparable information should be linked or provided on the City -based platforms for consistent information sharing and messaging. A number of cities maintain informational programs related to parking, which are often oriented toward either first-time or infrequent visitors. One area with a substantial informational program is Pasadena, which maintains a website specific to parking in Old Town Pasadena (https://www.oldoasadena.org/visit/maos-and- parking/). The website provides a variety of parking options and includes information on parking facility locations, cost of parking, hours of operation, and connections to transit facilities. The website also provides a link to a map of parking facilities. Conduct Outreach Programs to Local Businesses. An outreach program is recommended to educate local businesses on the economic consequences of long-term parking in prime locations. Employees and business owners occupying premium public spaces limit parking for customers and visitors and increase the volume of cars circling for parking. Several jurisdictions maintain direct outreach programs related to parking with local businesses. For example, the City of Benicia Chamber of Commerce meets with business owners and employees on a regular basis to encourage them to park away from premium on -street parking. Scottsdale, Arizona maintains a docent program whereby • Old Town Parking Garage The Old Town Parking Garage is now open for free parking. The Old town Parking Garage is located on Mercedes Street south of the City of Temecula Old Town Civic Center and Town Square at: 18690 Mercedes Street jemeculg CA 9259Q 234 Source: City of Temecula Mobile App Page 44 FEHR4' PEERS City of Temecula Old Town Parking Management Plan April 2019 volunteers are stationed in the downtown and direct visitors to available parking. Steps to conduct outreach are described below: • Meet with the Merchants Association for Old Town to determine their interest in establishing an outreach group to meet with business owners and employees. This outreach group would meet with the owners and employees to encourage them to park in locations other than the highly desired spots on Front Street. It is not recommended to set up a business/employee outreach program unless the Merchants Association is supportive of conducting the outreach. It is often difficult to set up and maintain a program without dedicated team members or staff willing to provide the outreach. If such members stop participating in the outreach program it becomes less effective. This business/employee outreach program could also be implemented through a Parking District. • Meet with the Merchants Association to determine if they are interested in operating a private docent program related to parking. The docent program could also be implemented through a Parking District. Discussions with local businesses should include the potential to implement an employee parking program, which designates parking in specific areas for employees. Such areas are typically located in off-street facilities. This strategy is typically more effective when time limits are enforced and incentivizes longer -term parking in select areas. Enhance Signage and Informational Program. In Old Town Temecula, an informational program could be implemented through the following process: • Distribute the Old Town parking map. A hard copy map can be available at centralized locations such as stores and restaurants. The maps should relay parking information similar to, or in conjunction with, a retail directory. • Display informational signs at each entrance that list the location of major public parking areas including the Old Town Garage. All parking structure signs should use standard parking symbology recognizable to the general public. • Update the map as changes to parking supply, fees, or restrictions occur. • Foster a consistent sense of place on all streets in Old Town with pedestrian -scaled design elements to encourage more distribution of parking. Page 45 FEHR''PEERS City of Temecula Old Town Parking Management Plan April 2019 Recommendation #1- Develop Informational Programs Benefits • Effective means to increase public knowledge of parking availability • Easy to implement through branding, signage, online sources, and the existing City mobile app • Requires limited oversight once in place • Promotes more efficient use of existing parking supply • Increases visibility and activity throughout the less busy portions of Old Town as visitors park and walk further distances • City may hire a third party to oversee outreach program Considerations • Outreach programs to local businesses can be difficult to implement without leadership, oversight, and consistent involvement RECOMMENDATION #2 - ESTABLISH TIME LIMITS Time -based parking restrictions can be used to discourage Tong -term parking by employees or residents and encourage turnover of parking spaces. As noted in the discussion of Existing Conditions, approximately 14% of the vehicles in the study area occupied spaces for 4 hours or longer. The extended use of these spaces is likely attributable to employees from businesses in Old Town, which limits the turnover and use of on -street spaces by visitors and customers. A common approach is to apply shorter term time limits to spaces, such as 2 or 3 hours. Effective implementation of time limits requires enforcement. Enforcement often is administered by the Police Department of the City, although it is a common practice to have private parking enforcement administered by a contracted vendor. Time limits can be effective in generating turnover in more highly -desired or premium spaces. As is often the case in many downtown areas, parking issues most commonly occur only in select locations. Time limits have the effect of encouraging employees and other Tong -term parkers to park in spaces without time limits, thereby freeing spaces for customers who do not require all day parking. Parking time limits are not without their drawbacks. There is often resistance to these limits when first implemented, particularly from business owners who feel that time limits may discourage customers. If large numbers of vehicles are ticketed initially, this level of resistance is likely to increase. Additionally, workers in many downtowns often attempt to evade the hourly limits by moving their cars from one space to another throughout the day. Consequently, Tong -term parking may be pushed to another street without restrictions. Page 46 FEHR i' PEERS City of Temecula Old Town Parking Management Plan April 2019 Implementing time limits within 0ld Town Temecula would likely be best done through phases. A phased approach would be as follows: 1. Establish an outreach period with business owners and the Merchants Association to provide information on proposed time limits and collect input. It is recommended that at least 3 meetings be scheduled to provide opportunities for business owners to participate prior to implementing the time limits. 2. Designate Old Town Front Street on -street spaces with 3-hour time limits during pcak times. Initially, these limits may be applied between 10 AM to 2 PM on weekdays and Saturdays. These limits would also be geographically limited from Old Town's northern gateway entrance south to Third Street. 3. As Old Town continues to develop and demand for parking increases, consider expanding time limits geographically to include the remaining portion of Old Town Front Street followed by side streets (Sixth/Fifth/Fourth/Main Street), if deemed necessary. Implementing these additional limits would occur after occupancy along unrestricted street segments exceeds 85% for more than a 4-hour period on either a weekday or weekend. 4. Provide parking enforcement to encourage compliance with the parking limitations. It is recommended this parking enforcement be implemented in a limited fashion, whereby warnings are given for the first month and citations issued after the initial period. 5. Review parking limits at least every 2 years. This review could be accomplished either by City staff or a Parking District, should one be implemented. This review could result in modifying the hourly limits or modifying the geographic extent of the recommendations. Recommendation #2 - Establish Time Limits Benefits • Promotes higher parking turnover, particularly in the highest -demand areas • Effectively reduces Tong -term parking • Flexibility to modify time limits and locations over time Considerations • Business owners and/or visitors may be resistant and express dissatisfaction with new restrictions • Requires continuous enforcement by Police or contracted vendor • Long-term parking issues may shift from one area to another area Page 47 FEHR t PEERS City of Temecula Old Town Parking Management Plan April 2019 RECOMMENDATION #3- SURVEY DEMAND FOR SHARED PARKING Shared parking is the use of a parking space to serve 2 or more individual land uses without conflict or encroachment. Shared parking is possible when the following conditions are in place: 1. Variations in the accumulation of vehicles by hour, day, or season at the individual land uses; and 2. Relationships among land uses that result in the "park once" strategy of visiting multiple locations from one trip. Complementary land uses are those with opposite peak hours of demand, such as religious institutions and office buildings. It is recommended to first survey local business owners for interest in a shared parking program in Old Town. The benefits of shared parking should be conveyed, such as maximizing the use and efficiency of existing parking facilities like the Old Town Garage; reducing the need to provide additional parking supply; encouraging more compact and efficient land use; and decreasing traffic congestion caused by circulating drivers in search of parking. If local business owners express interest in a shared parking program, the program can be initiated through regulatory changes, which can be difficult or time-consuming to implement. These changes include eliminating minimum parking standards for land uses and revising zoning ordinances to allow or encourage shared parking. Recommendation #3 - Survey Demand for Shared Parking Benefits • Maximizes use and efficiency of existing parking supply • Encourages more compact and efficient land use • Decreases traffic congestion caused by drivers circling Old Town in search of premium parking Considerations • Implementing a shared parking program requires regulatory changes as well as continuous oversight, review, and coordination Page 48 FEHR '' PEERS City of Temecula Old Town Parking Management Plan April 2019 RECOMMENDATION #4- ESTABLISH A PARKING DISTRICT A parking district is an entity that is responsible for managing parking supply within a City, typically within a Downtown Area. Some tasks a parking district can perform include: • Setting parking limits • Collecting and managing parking revenues • Building and maintaining parking facilities • Operating information programs Parking districts can be set up either as a body directly under the authority of a City, or through a joint effort between a City and Merchants Association. Parking districts in California require the City to enact an ordinance describing the boundaries, duties, and organization of the district. There are several cities in Southern California with parking districts including Brea, Pomona, Pasadena, and Santa Monica. In Brea, Pomona, and Pasadena, the parking districts are joint efforts between the City and merchants. The Santa Monica Parking District is administered exclusively by the City. The Pasadena Old Town Parking District was initially established as a city agency but is now overseen by merchants and property owners. One of the main functions of the parking district is collecting revenues generated by parking meters and parking garages. The District then uses these revenues for streetscape improvements, street and sidewalk cleaning, and maintenance related to the street and streetscape. Additionally, the District ensures there are sufficient funds to pay off the bonds issued to construct the parking garages. A key benefit of parking districts is its creation of a group focused solely on parking. Instead of tasking City staff with parking in addition to their regular duties, there is a single group focused on that issue. When a parking district is composed mainly of merchants and business owners, they also have a vested interest in ensuring there is sufficient parking and that the parking operates in an efficient manner. The disadvantage of parking districts is the potential for conflicts to occur between City staff and merchants. Disagreement might occur over new parking facilities, changes to parking charges and time limits, and other related issues. Problems with parking districts can also arise when there is turnover among the business owners and merchants, producing an imbalance of power and business experience in the District. This issue is more prevalent within parking districts for smaller downtown areas. To implement a parking district, it is recommended that the City establish a district under the following parameters: • The district should be a joint venture between City staff, business owners and merchants. Page 49 FEHR''PEERS City of Temecula Old Town Parking Management Plan April 2019 • All decisions of the parking district should be subject to final approval by the City Council. This measure will ensure the City retains final authority over the parking district's decisions and acts as an arbiter regarding any serious disagreements. • The district should have the authority (subject to the limitations above) to set parking limits, collect any parking revenues, and expend funds as need for parking improvements. • The district should also be allowed to expend revenues received to pay for additional streetscape and pedestrian improvements, if desired. The Old Town Pasadena Parking District, for example, has the discretion to fund these improvements, in addition to parking - related improvements. • The district should be required to collect parking data on a regular basis (every 1 to 2 years) and prepare updated parking supply and demand estimates as new counts become available. • The district should also be tasked with updating the Parking Management Plan regularly. A suggested update schedule would be either every 5 years or when parking occupancy counts indicate that Old Town Temecula has an overall occupancy of greater than 85% on a weekday or weekend. To establish a parking district, the following actions would have to occur: • City staff must assess and confirm interest from merchants and business owners in a establishing a parking district. • The City Attorney will prepare an ordinance to establish a parking district. • City staff will review the details related to the parking district with local merchants, business owners, and the City Attorney. Potential issues of disagreement would likely relate to the overall organization of the District, the specific authorities provided to the district and other related aspects. • Business owners and merchants vote on the parking district. The district can only be established if votes indicate a majority of support among this group. Page 50 FEHR'' PEERS City of Temecula Old Town Parking Management Plan April 2019 Recommendation #4 - Establish a Parking District Benefits • Formally assembles a group of individuals to focus on parking in Old Town, to manage funds, and plan for improvements over time • Members typically have a vested interest to ensure parking is sufficient and efficient • City can maintain final authority over decisions by requiring approvals from City Council Considerations • Requires commitment from business owners/ merchants, who must vote for establishment of a Parking District • Requires the City to enact on ordinance describing the boundaries, duties, organization, and authority of the Parking District • Increases potential for conflicts between City staff and business owners/merchants • Business owner/merchant turnover may impact functionality of the Parking District RECOMMENDATION #5- CREATE ADDITIONAL PUBLIC PARKING SUPPLY Regardless of how well parking is managed using a parking district, hourly limits, or informational programs, additional parking supply will be necessary if development continues to occur. For many downtown areas, this additional parking supply can be provided in a variety of ways. When a small number of public parking spaces are needed, an option is for a City to rent private spaces for public use, as long as the actions abide by the Old Town Specific Plan. Spaces that are privately owned typically have posted restrictions limiting use to customers only. Under this arrangement, the City may leases the space under an agreement subject to cancellation by both parties. These types of arrangements can be beneficial to both parties, in that the City is able to increase the number of available parking spaces without having to pay to construct the spaces. The business owner benefits by receiving a payment for their parking spaces, which can often go unused due to restrictions on the use by non -customers. By allowing either party to terminate the agreement, there is flexibility to end the arrangement, if the spaces are no longer needed or if the business owner requires their use due to a business expansion or change in business conditions. Alternative to leasing land, some cities allow for in -lieu or tax exemptions to property owners who allow public parking to incentivize use of private land for public use. If more parking spaces are required, then either a parking lot or a parking garage would need to be constructed. Parking garages are sometimes funded through the issuance of bonds, which are then repaid through revenue generated by the garage and other parking facilities. Cities that have set up lease programs for private spaces are uncommon but not unknown. An example of a City that took this lease approach is San Clemente, which leased approximately 40 spaces for use in its downtown area. Numerous cities throughout Southern California have built Page 51 FEHR '' PEERS City of Temecula Old Town Parking Management Plan April 2019 parking garages in response to real and perceived parking shortfalls. Cities with extensive networks of public parking garages include Claremont, Fullerton, Pasadena, Riverside, San Diego, and Santa Monica. Leasing parking spaces can be a very cost-effective approach to providing additional parking capacity in the near -term. The main drawback to this approach is the difficulty in convincing business owners to allow the leasing of their spaces and the fact that a leased space is not a permanent public space, compared with a parking lot or garage. The positive and negative aspects of building public parking spaces mirror those of leasing spaces. The main advantages of this approach are the ability to garner public support for a garage and the permanence of the parking space. In preparing parking studies for a number of cities, we have not encountered any situations in which business owners did not want a City to build a parking garage when they believed one was needed. The main issue with parking garages is often the desire of business owners to have a parking garage built when it is not warranted or needed, and there are other, less costly approaches to manage and maintain the parking supply and demand. Given the benefits of additional parking facilities, it is important to address why parking facilities should not be prioritized over other measures. The main reasons are cost and land use. Parking garages can cost millions of dollars to construct and hundreds of thousands of dollars to maintain. Absent parking revenues to offset these costs, these funds must come from other sources. Additionally, the evolving improvements in technology and transportation require a combination of deliberate and flexible land use decisions that may need to be adapted over time. Based on our review of available parking, parking usage, and future growth projections, we can conclude that Old Town Temecula does not currently require a significant increase in parking supply beyond what is already planned in the near -term. However, the data indicates a need to make more spaces available near Old Town Front Street. This near -term need can be accommodated through the enactment of hourly parking limits (Recommendation #2) and by leasing some private spaces for public usage. To identify parking spaces that could be leased by the City, the following process is recommended: 1. Identify private lots with potential for lease options 2. Consider the most desirable locations for balancing parking with existing supply Potential locations for additional parking supply are shown in Figure 16. This includes the vacant dirt lot located at the northwest corner of Mercedes Street and Fourth Street. This lot was surveyed with up to 17 vehicles parked at a time. Several other vacant lots could be leased to increase the parking supply throughout Old Town on an interim basis. If a parking district is established, then the district could be responsible for implementing and monitoring this lease program. In addition to leasing the selected spaces identified through the process above, and in the event that future parking supply exceeds demand after implementing our recommended measures, we would further recommend the City move forward with a program to develop future parking garages through the following incremental approach: Page 52 FEHR'' PEERS City of Temecula Old Town Parking Management Plan April 2019 1. The City should first identify potential locations for parking garages. We recommend these locations be set at the site of the two largest surface public parking Tots, as shown on Figure 16. 2. The City or Parking District should continue to monitor parking demand. When the parking demand throughout Old Town reaches 85% of overall supply, the design and construction of the first parking garage should be initiated. Based on our demand projections, this 85% threshold is not likely to be met until 2024 or later. 3. After the completion of the first parking garage, the occupancy percentage will decrease as the supply increases. Once the occupancy reaches 85% again, an additional parking garage will need to be designed and constructed. As with the leasing program, the parking district could also oversee the planning and construction of the parking garages. A possible disadvantage anticipated with having a parking district is that district representatives might want to build a garage before it is needed. One way to address this issue is to use a set of occupancy benchmarks and triggers agreed upon both by the City and the parking district. In the face of evolving transportation technologies, it is recommended that future parking Tots or structures be constructed with consideration for alternative future uses. For instance, private companies are considering how to future -proof parking structures by including creative building materials and utility features, in case portions of the structure are adapted into land uses other than parking over time. Recommendation #5 - Create Additional Parking Supply Benefits • Ample parking supply is positively perceived by business owners and visitors • Leasing parking can be a cost-effective and flexible means to provide additional parking supply in the near -term • New parking structures may be designed for adaptive or alternative uses Considerations • Costs - leasing, purchasing land, construction, and ongoing maintenance requires significant funding • Future transportation innovations and travel patterns may change the demand for parking over time • Avoid conflicts with Old Town Specific Plan goals and regulations Page 53 FEHR''PEERS Potential Locations for Leasing Spaces Potential Locations for Parking Garages Figure Ib Potential Locations for Additional Parking Supply Page 54 City of Temecula Old Town Parking Management Plan April 2019 RECOMMENDATION #6- ADD CURBSIDE ZONES TO ACCOMMODATE TRANSPORTATION NETWORK COMPANIES Ride -sharing services known as Transportation Network Companies (TNCs) are private car -sharing companies such as taxis, Uber, and Lyft. TNCs are changing traditional transportation travel patterns, as they typically offer more flexible transportation options. With the continuing evolution of transportation technologies and modes of transportation, car ownership is projected to decrease, and the use of TNCs is projected to increase over time. As demand and use for TNCs rise, this strategy would involve converting select on -street parking spaces or curbs into more designated passenger loading zones. The benefit of adding loading zones to accommodate TNCs is maximizing the number of people gaining access to Old Town from a single parking space at a much higher turnover rate. In Old Town Temecula, this strategy may be particularly effective for future hotel and restaurant developments. Recent studies have shown that hotel patrons are increasingly utilizing TNCs and requiring fewer individual parking spaces. The website Commercial Property Executive interviewed parking experts in an article called "Parking Demand Trends: The Impact of Transportation Network Companies" in April 2018 which states that, "...hotels are seeing up to a 70% decline in parking by business travelers, although there is much less impact on leisure traveler parking, as well as banquet and local event parking. Restaurants and bars, particularly those with valet parking, are seeing up to an 80% reduction in parking, apparently due to concerns both for convenience and cost of parking, and to avoid drinking and driving." jRIDF-SNRRE PICK UP RIDE -SHARE PICKUP LOCATION n,� V d MtU" MTMgM COM►AM LOCATION Other cities are approaching this topic in a number of ways. For example, the City Council in Chandler, Arizona unanimously approved a zoning code update that allows the City to reduce minimum parking requirements between 10% and 40% based on the amount of passenger loading zones and development size. Another example is Summit, New Jersey, which addressed the parking shortage at a transit center by offering commuters discounted rides through Uber in lieu of building a new parking structure. The program is estimated to cost the city around $167,000 per year in contrast to $10 million to build a new parking structure. Another benefit of the program is its flexibility, allowing it to be modified in the future. Prior to considering modifications to curbside management or adding passenger loading zones, it is recommended that the City conduct a survey to determine the prevalence of TNC or rideshare use in Old Town. The survey should include interviews with valet vendors to determine if TNC or rideshare is impacting valet use. If the volume of rideshare is substantial, an initial recommendation is to utilize and consolidate excess curb space or areas with a prevalence of illegal parking as pilot pick-up/drop- off zones. Per the locations shown in Figure 14 (hotspots for utilization and illegal parking), the northern block of Front and Mercedes Streets north of Sixth Street, and Sixth Street between Front and Mercedes Street, would be recommended due to their proximity to the northern gateway and Front Street. These primary locations would provide a shorter turnaround route without traversing Page 55 FEHR'' PEERS City of Temecula Old Town Parking Management Plan April 2019 through Old Town. A secondary location would be recommended on the southern end along Front Street south of Second Street near the Stampede lot. In addition to TNC zones, it is also recommended to provide motorcycle and bicycle parking stalls along on -street segments with excess curb space, where feasible per city standards. Recommendation #6 - Add Curbside Zones to Accommodate Transportation Network Companies Benefits • Maximizes efficiency and use of curb space • Reduces parking demand by promoting visitors, employees, and others in 01d Town to utilize TNCs, particularly for hotel and restaurant uses • Low cost to implement Considerations • Regulatory changes required to allow for modifications to parking requirements • Location and frequency of curbside zones to be determined and monitored RECOMMENDATION #7- IDENTIFY PARKING CHARGES AS NEEDED Parking charges for public parking serve a variety of uses. In some cases, charging for highly desired spaces, such as on -street spaces, serves to manage the demand and create parking space turnover. In other instances, parking charges are a revenue source that can pay for streetscape improvement, maintenance, and the construction of parking garages. A key issue related to parking charges is setting the optimal level of the charges. Parking charges which are set too high may discourage parking and actually lead to less revenue. Parking charges which are too low may not generate sufficient revenue and prove ineffective in managing demand. There are several items related to parking charges which include pay stations, parking validation or variable rates, and discounted employee parking. Historically, many parking garages and parking meters used set rates per hour which did not vary throughout the day. Some parking facilities use variable rates which might include the first 90 minutes free, and $2 per hour for each hour after that with a maximum per day. By allowing the first 90 minutes to be free, there is no disincentive for casual shoppers and diners who stay for 90 minutes or Tess. Related to this variable pricing, some jurisdictions allow for restaurants and shops to validate parking, whereby the first 1 to 2 hours of parking are free. Validation programs are also oriented toward casual shoppers and diners. Another variation in parking charges is the allowance of employees to buy discounted parking passes. For example, an employee might be charged $50 to park for a month where the daily charges for the month might be over $100, if each day was paid for individually. A number of jurisdictions in Southern California charge for parking either for on -street or in the municipal garages, as shown in Table 5. Page 56 FEHR''PEERS City of Temecula Old Town Parking Management Plan April 2019 Table 5 CITIES WITH PARKING CHARGES City Metered Metered Spaces Municipal Parking Garage Anaheim No on -street meters, but very time restricted X Culver City X X Glendale X X Hollywood X X Pasadena X X Riverside X X San Diego X X Santa Ana X X Santa Monica X X Source: Fehr & Peers, 2018. An example of a city which applies various strategies related to parking charges is the City of Riverside. Riverside has parking charges both for on -street parking and parking in several of the municipal garages in the main downtown area. Like many other cities, Riverside uses pay stations instead of parking meters. Additionally, there is an employee discount program and a validation program available. Employees can purchase monthly parking passes under several options ranging from $35 to $85. The higher cost program allows the use of a reserved spot. Merchants are also able to purchase validation coupon books, which cost approximately 50% of their face value. Merchants then distribute these validation coupons to their customers which reduces the cost of customer parking. Charging for parking has many advantages, including the ability to manage demand and generate revenues. In Old Town Pasadena, the revenues from parking charges are used to fund parking facilities and to reinvest in the community to pay for streetscape improvements and maintenance. The difficulty in implementing parking charges occurs when they are implemented for the first time in an area which has not charged for parking before. Residents may be unwilling to pay for parking and business owners may fear that parking charges will result in visitors parking elsewhere. There can also be an operational issue due to the need to administer a program collecting parking revenues. We are aware of at least one city in northern California (Martinez) which at one time was only "breaking even" with their on -street parking because of the high administrative costs and limited parking demand. It is recommended that the City of Temecula implement parking charges within Old Town; however, there is little urgency to do so in the near -term. Part of the reason why we would not recommend implementation at this time is as follows: Page 57 FEHR''PEERS City of Temecula 01d Town Parking Management Plan April 2019 • The City currently does not use parking limits in Old Town. Implementing parking charges could be seen as an abrupt change without first implementing time restrictions. • It is debatable whether parking charges are needed at this time when Tess invasive and controversial methods are available. For example, establishing parking time lists and developing an educational program are identified as recommendations that should be implemented prior to setting parking charges. • The City lacks the administrative infrastructure to support parking charges at this time. While it would be possible to contract the administration of a program to a third party, it would be advisable to wait until there are sufficient mechanisms to support this type of program. For example, a parking district would be one party that could oversee the administration of a program to collect and distribute parking revenues. The following incremental approach to implement parking charges are recommended. Where appropriate, performance benchmarks to guide the implementation process have been established and are as follows: • After implementing the initial parking time limits outlined in Recommendation #2, the City or parking district leaders should continue to monitor parking occupancy along Front Street. • If the occupancy along Front Street north of Main Street exceeds 85% for more than 4 hours on a weekday and weekend (as determined through regular monitoring), then the City or Parking District's leadership can move to establish charges for on -street parking. • The initial parking rates may need to be set on the lower end. For example, $0.25 per 15 minutes with a 2-hour maximum ($2.00) could represent a potential appropriate beginning rate. We would recommend charging only for Monday through Saturday from 10 AM to 5 PM as typical peak periods of activity. Parking charges should be reviewed on a yearly basis to verify that the charges are set at an appropriate level. • The City or Parking District should allocate any parking revenues (minus administrative costs) to uses within Old Town Temecula. Potential uses could include new streetscape, amenities, maintenance, parking technology or programs, and other related items. • As Old Town continues to develop, the parking charge system can be expanded south on Front Street, Main Street, and the numbered streets. Applying the same threshold as initially employed (greater than 85% occupancy for more than 4 hours on a weekday and weekend) will ensure the parking charges are applied for those blocks where charges are appropriate. • We recommend that the City not charge for public garages unless charges are assessed at on -street spaces as well. If parking charges are assessed on garage spaces but not the adjacent spaces, there will be little incentive to use the garage. Page 58 FEHR '' PEERS City of Temecula Old Town Parking Management Plan April 2019 Recommendation #7 - Identify Parking Charges As Needed Benefits • Effectively manages parking demand • Increases parking turnover • Generates revenue that can pay for future improvements, maintenance, additional parking supply, or other reinvestments Considerations • Residents may be unwilling to pay for parking and business owners may fear that parking charges will result in visitors parking elsewhere • Requires determination of optimal pricing and equipment • Regulatory changes required to permit parking charges • Requires the City to administer a program to collect and manage parking revenues • Low parking demand may not generate sufficient revenue to cover the administrative costs of the program RECOMMENDATION #8- IMPLEMENT TRAVEL DEMAND MANAGEMENT (TDM) In addition to the various techniques described which address parking supply and its operation, addressing parking demand itself is another method available to the City. This use of Travel Demand Management (TDM) attempts to reduce the number of persons needing or wanting to drive and park in Old Town Temecula. The majority of TDM strategies are for work -related trips, particularly on the employment end. TDM can be classified into three broad categories, which include: • Informational - These strategies provide information about ride sharing and other alternative travel modes with the thought that when more information is available about travel choices, commuters are more likely to use modes other than driving. Most TDM plans include some level of informational strategies. • Incentives - These types of strategies provide financial incentives for the use of alternative travel modes. For example, providing free transit passes or monetary travel credits to employees is a typical TDM measure. Many, but not all, TDM plans or programs have some level of financial incentives. • Disincentives - Disincentive -based strategies involve charging or assessing fees for driving or using automobiles. These types of strategies are rarely applied in the United States except for parking charges, as previously described. Page 59 FEHR''PEERS • Cost-effective way to reduce parking demand without providing an increase in parking supply • Flexible and adaptive City of Temecula Old Town Parking Management Plan April 2019 TDM strategies of various sorts are used throughout Southern California, although the level of implementation varies significantly. The City of Santa Monica requires new developments to adopt plans reducing vehicular trips and emissions. Other cities such as Ventura and Pomona have TDM strategies included in recently completed Parking Management Plans. A significant positive aspect of TDM is that it provides a cost-effective way to reduce the need for parking spaces. Fewer people parking has the same effect on providing sufficient parking as building additional spaces. One negative issue related to TDM is required administration. We would recommend that a City staff person is designated as a TDM coordinator for Old Town, who would distribute information on alternative travel modes, coordinate ridesharing, and other related items. The more effective TDM programs are those with full-time staff who aggressively promote the benefits and use of TDM. A TDM program for Old Town Temecula would likely have two main components. The first element would be those related to informational strategies including, but not limited to: • A centralized location to provide bus schedules and ride sharing information (both a virtual location through a website or app, and a physical location such as an office or other facility in Old Town Temecula) • Periodic events promoting TDM and the use of alternative travel modes • Ridesharing services where the TDM coordinator would match carpools and vanpools Additionally, we would recommend that the City implement financial incentives, which would include both bus passes provided to persons who work in Old Town, and funding for a guaranteed ride home program. This program provides rideshare vouchers for persons who carpool or take transit and need to travel home when family emergencies, late work days, and other related scheduling conflicts arise. Recommendation #8 - Implement Travel Demand Management (TDM) Benefits Considerations • May require City staff to designate a TDM coordinator for Old Town Page 60 FEHR' PEERS City of Temecula Old Town Parking Management Plan April 2019 IMPLEMENTATION To determine how best to implement the various recommendations contained in this study, we considered three different time periods including: • Near -Term - Strategies implemented within the next 1-2 years fall into this first category. Typically, these strategies can be implemented with little or no cost to the City other than staff time and coordination. Preliminary work for many of these strategies has already occurred. Key strategies implemented during this first near -term time period would include developing an information program (Recommendation #1), setting initial time limits (Recommendation #2), promoting shared parking (Recommendation #3), establishing a Parking District (Recommendation #4), and identifying locations for additional parking supply (Recommendation #5). It should be noted that we are not recommending any initial parking charges for the reasons stated previously. • Mid -Term - Strategies that fall into this category which might occur between 3-10 years from now. In many cases, these strategies build upon the groundwork laid in the Near -Term scenario and represent either an evolution or continuation of these first strategies. The main focus of the recommendations implemented during the Mid -Term would be some additional time limits, an expanded informational program, the design and construction of one parking garage, the formation of passenger loading zones to accommodate TNCs, and the first implementation of parking charges along a limited area of Front Street. It should be noted that these recommendations are designed to be implemented only when 85% occupancy thresholds are exceeded either on specific roadways, or throughout Old Town Temecula. If those occupancy thresholds are not reached for various reasons, then the recommendations identified in this time period would be deferred to later. • Long -Term - These strategies would be implemented at least 10 years or more from today. The main focus is on providing another parking garage and instituting more extensive parking charges. These recommendations again are dependent on meeting or exceeding 85% occupancy either in on -street parking or throughout Old Town. By tying these recommendations to occupancy thresholds, we can ensure that they are implemented at an appropriate time, instead of at a time identified arbitrarily. Table 6 summarizes the recommended implementation measures by time period. Page 61 FEHR''PEERS City of Temecula Old Town Parking Management Plan April 2019 Table 6 RECOMMENDED IMPLEMENTATION SCHEDULE Recommendation Near -Term (1-2 Years) Mid -Term (3-10 Years) Long -Term (10+ Years) #1 Develop Informational Program Develop Comprehensive Old Town Parking Map N/A N/A Update 01d Town Website and Mobile App to Provide Comprehensive Parking Information N/A N/A Provide/Enhance Informational Signs at Entrances to Old Town N/A N/A City to Meet with Business Owners to Determine Interest in Parking Outreach Establish Outreach Program if Sufficient Business Owner Interest N/A City to Meet with Business Owners to Determine Interest in Docent Program Establish Docent Program if Sufficient Business Owner Interest N/A #2- Establish Time Limits Outreach to Business Owners about time limits N/A N/A Set 3 Hour Time Limits (Front Street north of Third Street) Expand 3 Hour Limits to all of Front Street When 85% Occupancy Reached Monitor and Manage Identify Agency to Enforce Parking Limits Expand 3 Hour Limits to Blocks Connecting to Front Street When 85% occupancy Reached Monitor and Manage Conduct Annual Review of Time Limits on Front Street (2-year interval at a minimum) #3- Survey Demand for Shared Parking Survey Demand and Conduct Shared Parking Analysis Regulatory Changes to allow for Shared Parking Monitor and Manage #4- Establish Parking District City to Meet with Business Owners to Verify Interest in Parking District N/A N/A City Attorney to Prepare Ordinance to Establish Parking District N/A N/A City staff and Business Owners Review Parking District Ordinance N/A N/A Business Owners Vote on District N/A N/A Page 62 FEHRkPEERS City of Temecula Old Town Parking Management Plan April 2019 Table 6 RECOMMENDED IMPLEMENTATION SCHEDULE Recommendation Near -Term (1-2 Years) Mid -Term (3-10 Years) Long -Term (10+ Years) #5- Create Additional Parking Supply Identify and Lease Private Spaces for Public Use N/A Identify Locations for Future Parking Garages; Design and Construct First Parking Garage if Overall Occupancy Reaches 85% Design and Construct Second Parking Garage if Overall Occupancy Reaches 85%, after Completion of First Parking Garage Monitor Parking Occupancy on an Annual Basis #6-Add Passenger Loading Zones to Accommodate TNCs Conduct a Survey to Determine Prevalence of TNCs; Monitor Growth and Demand for Curb Space Modify Zoning Regulations for Parking in Exchange for Loading Zones for Limited Land Uses; conduct pilot N/A #7-Identify Parking Charges as Needed None Enact Parking Charges on Segments of Front Street north of Main Street if Occupancy Exceeds 85% for More Than 4 Hours on Weekday and Weekend Enact Parking Charges on Segments of Front Street South of Main Street if Occupancy Exceeds 85% for More Than 4 Hours on Weekday and Weekend. Enact Parking Charges on Other On -Street Segments if Occupancy Exceeds 85% for More Than 4 Hours on Weekday and Weekend. Review Parking Charges on an Annual Basis Once Enacted #8- Travel Demand Management None None Implement a comprehensive TDM program for Old Town Temecula. Designate a TDM Coordinator and implement informational strategies and financial incentives. Source: Fehr & Peers, 2019 As transportation technologies continue to rapidly advance, new trends and modes of transportation will need to be considered in decisions related to parking and land use to determine the most appropriate solutions for Old Town. Page 63 FEHR'' PEERS OLD TOWN TEMECULA PARKING IMPLEMENTATION RECOMMENDATIONS Develop Informational Program Outreach to Business Owners Introduce Initial Time Limits Expand Init al Time Limits FJ Introduce Parking Charges Create Additional Parking Supply 1[1 Expand Parking Charges 2022-2029 2029+ N■I■M IN IN Establish a Parking District Ll Survey Demand fcr Shared Parking or TNCs Review Parking Demand, Time Limits, & Parking Charges Every 1-2 Years Enact Regulatory Actions Resulting from Near - Term Survey Findings Review Parking Demand, Time Limits, & Parking Charges Every 1-2 Years .1 Review Parking Demand, Time Limits, & Parking Charges Every 1-2 Years Implement a Travel Demand Management Program Parking Implementation Recommendations M.ar:d Cic,rnc?i Page 64 City of Temecula Old Town Parking Management Plan April 2019 This page intentionally left blank Page 65 FEHRt PEERS Old Town Temecula Parking Management Plan Update Attachments Attachment A - Hourly Parking Utilization Maps (Thursday - Sunday) Attachment B - Near -Team Project Information FEHR IS' PEERS Attachment A Hourly Parking Utilization Maps (Thursday - Sunday) FEHRkPEERS Parking Utilization* 0% <25% 25 - 50% 51 -75% 76 - 85% 86 - 100% > 100% Project Study Area ♦ • • • 1 1 •■ • • • r . i rf'■•••• 1••S•or sr s• •1I r 1 )■ • • 6th St ♦ • M �- ■■•■■■al • . • :: • se • • d i•••• _ • Sth St 2 ♦• • is 1 E ■ • a■■■■r • .8 r ■ I ■ ........�,.. _ , St ■ ■ • • Z' • 3rd1 aC • • •• N 1111 9a9asa99�A f • `I 1 a ■ c ■ ■ ■ • • O *II • • 1 1• ♦ • •• * Based on parking survey conducted from 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM 1 ■ • Civic Ginter Park garage ■ Public Parking: 93% occupied out of 242 Spaces • Employee Parking: 26% occupied out of 210 Spaces 14 • 1 100% 90% 90% 70% 60% 50% 40% 30% 20% 10% 0% Thursday 10.00 11:00 12:00 1.90 2:00 3:00 4:00 5:00 6:00 7.00 9:00 900 10.00 AM AM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM •Otaplad Vacant t Peak Demand (12:00 PM) Parking Utilization (10:00 AM - Thursday) • . • • • • • 6th St 0 • 47.4 ■ Sth St 4th St 11 It I ■ ■ • 000 ea r • • • ■ ■ LI II • • 2nd St OMMII Parking Utilization* 0% <25% 25 - 50% 51 -75% 76 - 85% 86 - 100% >100% Project Study Area • •, • ( .• ri. • •� • • ■ ■ • • • • • • • • t.71c 0 ■ LL ■ C O 0 II • •• * Based on parking survey conducted from 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM • G • • • 1 • • • 100% 30% ea% 70% 60% 50% 411% 30% 20% 10% 0% Civic Center Parking Garage Public Parking: 89% occupied out of 242 Spaces Employee Parking: 27% occupied out of 210 Spaces 1 10:00 11:00 12:00 1:00 AM AM PM PM } Peak Demand (12:00 PM) ark. t a Thursday 2:00 3:00 4:00 5:00 6:00 7:00 6:00 PM PM PM PM PM PM PM ■Occupied "Vacant 3 00 10:00 PM PM 1 Figure Parking Utilization (11:00 AM - Thursday) Temecula Old Town Parking Management Plan Parking Utilization* 0% <25% 25 - 50% 51 -75% -� 76-85% 86 - 100% — >100% ti Project Study Area saw.�aasaaaaaw tL it•••• ••• •a 1 1r • It • Nil I • i 3rdt• 2nd St o t ♦• • • { L�._ELIll_ III. MI.• •, • Based on parking survey conducted from 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM 100% 90% 90% 70% 60% 10% 0% kt Civic Center Perks g Garage Ra Public Parking: 92% occupied out of 242 Spaces Employee Parking: 26% occupied out of 210 Spaces Thursday 10:00 11:00 12:00 1:00 2:00 3:00 4:00 3:00 6:00 7:00 6:00 9:00 10:00 AM AM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM ',Occupied vacant t Peak Demand (12:00 PM) Parking Utilization (12:00 PM - Thursday) Tofnerula Old i"own Parking Mandriement Plan Parking Utilization* 0% <25% 25 - 50% 51 -75% 76 - 85% 86 - 100% 1111 > 100% ... :1; Project Study Area • •_7a`•af• tea - ■ yt • , d ■ V • a` ■ • • 5th St 2 ...........:" • a JI. • • rL. ■ •4thSt •■•■•■ t• � 'I••' .........1 !, ■ ' ■ ■ 1 Main St • • ■ • • • � f \--.s ,• • Liiir • ■ t • ; 2nd St • a • 0 • - • 50% ■ • • • 40% ■ : 30% • 20% • • Based on parking survey conducted from 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM • Civic Center Parking Garage Public Parking: 92% occupied out of 242 Spaces Employee Parking: 26% occupied out of 210 Spaces VIP Ili IP 51% 37% 1 1 Thursday I I I Ih 1000 11310 12.00 1:00 2.00 3.00 4:00 5:00 6:00 700 8.00 9.00 10:00 AM AM PM PM PM PM PM PM /rq PM PM PM PM ■ Occupied vacant f Peak Demand (12:00 PM) Figure 2 Parking Utilization (1:00 PM - Thursday) Temecula Old Town Parking Management Plan Parking Utilization* 0% - <25% 25 - 50% 51 -75% 76 - 85% aa� 86 - 100% - >100% L :: ; Project Study Area •▪ •■•%i▪ f. l • • Main St • t • 14 • Civic Center Parking Garage • ' , —EijPublic Parking: 87% occupied out of 242 Spaces ' • • Employee Parking: 28% occupied out of 210 Spaces ememelielpeaS • •II i • • • 1 • • ■ • 2nd St • M" • 70% • i • 0 I I • 6ort • • sore • • aox • • • • 30% -(♦ • tore r inrirretre • ♦♦ * Based on parking survey conducted from 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM 0% Thursday 10'.00 11:00 12:00 1:00 7100 390 4:00 5.00 6:00 7.00 8.00 990 10.00 AIM AM PM PM PM PM PM PIA PM PM PM PM PM •Occupied Vacant } Peak Demand (12:00 PM) • 2 Parking Utilization (2:00 PM - Thursday) ientecula Olrl Town Paikn j * rnent Plan Parking Utilization* 0% - <25% 25 - 50% 51 -75% 76 - 85% OMB B6 - 100% — >100% Project Study Area aa4ZD9.1^i %be M • ,,• • • 4a a eeee • ••••% �. Main St r c • ' L + Civic Center Parking Garage Public Parking: 83% occupied out of 242 Spaces + Employee Parking: 26% occupied out of 210 Spaces • • it 2nd St • Based on parking survey conducted from 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM 90% N0% 70% 50% 40% 10% 20% 10% Ore 111 Thursday 1 1000 1100 1200 100 2:00 3:00 4:00 500 6:00 7:00 8:00 9:00 1000 AM AM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM ■Occupied Vacant t Peak Demand (12:00 PM) ia,irr 2 Parking Utilization (3:00 PM - Thursday) Temecula Oki Town Parking Management Plan Parking Utilization* 0% MEM <25% .Now. 25 - 50% 51 -75% "wow 76 - 85% 86 - 100% >100% Project Study Area N 6th St 5th St 4th St Main St • Civic CeiierPark ng a rage Public Parking: 76% occupied out of 242 Spaces • Employee Parking: 25% occupied out of 210 Spaces 90% 2nd St iI ♦ tl0% sq �� • 70% • • 50% • • 40% • 30% • t�_A��• 2096 _ILitt• 10% * Based on parking survey conducted from 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM 10:00 11:00 12:00 AM AM PM Peak Demand (12:00 PM) Thursday 1 1.00 2:00 3:00 4510 5.00 6:00 7:00 8.00 9400 10:00 PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM �OccuPled Vacant f Figure Parking Utilization (4:00 PM - Thursday) Tenie.cula Old Tower Parking Management Mari Parking Utilization* OMNI 11111111011 0% <25% 25 - 50% 51 -75% 76 - 85% 86 - 100% >100% L.:.; Project Study Area .c- IV OIL, 4th St Main St i• • r� * Based on parking survey conducted from 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM • 10U% 90% 80% SO, 4:7b 306: 20% 1096 0% Civic Center Parking Garage Public Parking: 58% occupied out of 242 Spaces Employee Parking: 24% occupied out of 210 Spaces' Thursday 1090 11.00 17:00 1'.00 2:00 3:00 4:00 AAA AM PM PM PM PM PM • Occupied } Peak Demand (12:00 PM) 5:00 6:00 7:00 8:00 9,00 10,00 PM PM PM PM PM PM Vacant Parking Utilization (5:00 PM - Thursday) Temecula Old sown Parking Managernent Plan Parking Utilization* MIMEO MEMO OMB 0% <25% 25 - 50% 51 -75% 76 - 85% 86 - 100% >100% Project Study Area ref' 6th St 4th St • Based on parking survey conducted from 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM 10016 90% 8% 70% 6096 50% 40% 30% 20% 10% 0% Civic Center Parking Garage Public Parking: 38% occupied out of 242 Spaces Employee Parking: 4% occupied out of 210 Spaces $0' * A}i Thursday 10:00 11.00 12'.00 1:00 2:00 3:00 4:00 AM AM PM PM PM PM PM • Occtmi cd r Peak Demand (12:00 PM) 1 5:00 6:00 PM PM Vacant 6:00 9:00 10.00 PM PM PM t Figure Parking Utilization (6:00 PM - Thursday) Twrner_ut.1 old town Parking Pilanaijement Plan Parking Utilization* ._ 0% <25% 25 - 50% 51 -75% --^^ 76 - 85% 86 - 100% aom >100% L _ : ; Project Study Area itug- a 6th St 4thSt ARUM L i Lo., • 50% • •• 20%vr i •v•_ttt tE •v 014 Based on parking survey conducted from 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM Civic Center Parking Garage Public Parking: 38% occupied out of 242 Spaces Employee Parking: 3% occupied out of 210 Spaces Thursday 10:00 11:00 12:00 1:00 2:00 3:00 4:00 5:00 5:00 AM AM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM ■Occupied Vacant t Peak Demand (12:00 PM) 1 790 PM I I I ODD 9:00 10:00 PM PM PM Figure 2 Parking Utilization (7:00 PM - Thursday) Temecula Otd Town Parking Management Plan Parking Utilization* 0% <25% 25 - 50% 51 -75% 76-85% 86 - 100% >100% Project Study Area • • • SOON Eb.:14 • • sp elleff : r• rill• /11 L 1-1 alii ■ • • • • 1111111, � r • c • r. ■ A • e 2nd St ■ 1— ■ 'o ougm. • I le ■ • • • •1 • •. • Based on parking survey conducted from 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM Civic Center Parking Garage Public Parking: 49% occupied out of 242 Spaces Employee Parking. 3% occupied out of 210 Spaces tr- 10:00 11100 12.00 100 2:00 3:00 4:00 5:00 6:00 AM AM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM • Occupled + Vacant r Peak Demand (12:00 PM) 7:00 6:00 9:00 10:00 PM PM PM PM • Figure ? Parking Utilization (8:00 PM - Thursday) Temecula Old Town Parking Management Plan Parking Utilization* ,<Pr, 0% • <25% - 25 - 50% 51 -75% - 76 - 85% • 86 - 100% OMNI > 100% Project Study Area ..ftwessum ■ St • • •. • Civic Center Parking Garage Public Parking: 45% occupied out of 242 Spaces Employee Parking 3% occupied out of 210 Spaces • Based on parking survey conducted from 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM 20% 10% 0% Thursday 10:00 11.00 12:00 1.00 2:00 3:00 4700 5;00 60)0 7:00 8100 AM AM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM •occupied : Vacant t Peak Demand (12:00 PM) 1 1 9:00 1000 PM PM • 411 Parking Utilization (9:00 PM - Thursday) Temecula Olcl (own Parking Management Plan Parking Utilization* 0% <25% - 25 - 50% 51 -75% 76-85% 86 - 100% - >100% L .. ; ; Project Study Area 1 Jr 4 • • • • at ♦ ■■•■■■■ * ■ • ■ • ■ • 4th5t a■■■■• i..■� • 1 1 .117. , iiir al 66 ■ • • • $tidiht P • ■ • • • i • ♦ ♦ • ■ • ■••••r ■ �i • 01 ■■•••■■ 5th St ic1 ■ • • • • • LL • • • • ■ O ■ • ■ ■ ■ • i 2nd St Z _ �taLR ♦ 1 �V • Based on parking survey conducted from 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM • • ♦; 100% 90% 80% 70% 60% 50% 40% 30% 20% 1091 Ors tivic Center Parking Garage '' Public Parking: 38% occupied out of 242 Spaces Employee Parking: 2% occupied out of 210 Spaces Thursday 10:00 11:00 12:00 1.00 2:00 3:00 400 AM AM PM PM PM PM PM • Occupied f Peak Demand (12:00 PM) 5•0 6:00 7.00 8:00 9:00 PM PM PM PM PM Vacant 10:00 PM Figure Parking Utilization (10:00 PM - Thursday) Temecula CJId town Parking i4lariagern it Plan Parking Utilization* 0% - <25% — 25 - 50% 51 -75% 76 - 85% 4=10 86 - 100% >100% Project Study Area air 4 • a . ** • *** . •.-- I 6 . • a • .i.... •• • III • a -4 a • • * • • * 6th St • • MMMMM • 40 . , • immoNal% a • 11111 mi•MESSUS. et • • dremimise ,..- Sth St i '''""=""..""%r...'""'"""."'"i' Ill I. 4th St • • • E • III • • 111 1r• • • NI • • • 2nd St " Based on parking survey conducted from 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM •a 100% 9096 80% 70% 60% 50% 40% 30% 20% 10% 0% Civic Center Parking ra rage Public Parking: 62% occupied out of 242 Spaces Employee Parking: 22% occupied out of 210 Spaces 1 10:00 1100 AM AM r, !; , 4 n\mitifT, Friday '1111 1200 1 00 200 3.00 4 00 5.00 6 00 7 30 Bp. 9p,0:1000 PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM SOccupled Vacant Peak Demand (8:00 PM) Figure 2 Parking Utilization (10:00 AM - Friday) Temecula Old Town Parking Management Plan Parking Utilization* 0% IMOD <25% 25 - 50% 51 -75% 76 - 85% 86 - 100% >100% L .: Project Study Area • ♦ ♦ •� • 1 • • rI�• • 4th St 6th St --ter IIh1BT • a ■ V � L ■ Sth St 2 ■ • ■•■■■■ ■ ■ • • • ■ • ■ j• 111 SAt * * L ■ ■ • (I�■ • 3rd • • ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ 0 u_ 0 • • O• • • • • ,,. II_______ i ■ ■ a • % • ♦ M • Based on parking survey conducted from 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM 100% 110% 20% 60% 50% 40% 30% 20% 10% 0% Civic Center Parking Garage Public Parking: 67% occupied out of 242 Spaces Employee Parking: 22% occupied out of 210 Spaces 1 1000 11:00 12:00 1,00 tiday 2:00 300 4A0 5:00 4.00 7:00 6:00 900 1000 AM AM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM ■Occupied .vaunt t Peak Demand (8:00 PM) Parking Utilization (11:00 AM - Friday) ,wn Parking !lent Plan Parking Utilization* 0% - <25% mom 25 - 50% 51 -75% — 76-85% 86 - 100% > 100% L ; ; Project Study Area ii' vilitil" 1 usier. I marl i • 11 IT ir 0 ■ e St • r * Based on parking survey conducted from 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM • 1 4••444 • •. `•wee e e ee sr as • r • e • Civic Center Parking Garage• r a Public Parking: 72% occupied out of 242 Spaces Employee Parking. 20% occupied out of 210 Spaces 60% sass 40% 30% 20% 10% 0% Friday sic IA0M:00 1Aw1n200 P d00M oe7:00 900 900 1000 PM PM PM PM t Peak Demand (8:00 PM) Figure 2 Parking Utilization (12:00 PM - Friday) Temecula Old Town Parking Management Plan Parking Utilization* aa� <2s% - 25 - 50% 51 -75% 76 - 85% - 86 - 100% >100% Project Study Area 1.11W • 1 � I . 11 • ♦ ♦ • • • • •• • I • • • ■ • • • •ai.•;• ••••••� ••1 • " Based on parking survey conducted from 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM • • •• 100% 80% 70% 60% 60% 40% 3C% 2C% 10% 0% 4 rearm fs Civic Cringer Parking Garage Public Parking: 78% occupied out of 242 Spaces Employee Parking: 20% occupied out of 210 Spaces 41 52% 1 1 10.00 11:00 12.00 LAW AM AM PM PM Friday 200 300 0:00 3A0 6:00 7.00 8:00 9.00 10:00 PM PM PM MI PM PM PM PM PM ■Occupied Vacant f Peak Demand (8:00 PM) It 2 Parking Utilization (1:00 PM - Friday) Terneculd Old Town Parking Management Plan Parking Utilization* • 0% <25% 25 - 50% 51 -75% 76 - 85% • 86 - 100% — >100% L ; Project Study Area d. .< ip,,:,..t„,.. II • • it / • • • . r ee OMIND • all • --�-- MililL• • • N i^• c 0 • LL • C • lirt St 2nd St i • F �� • ■ 1 O • • • ♦ t�il♦ " Based on parking survey conducted from 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM • • • ■ • • C c Ceftter Parking Garage 4r Public Parking: 77% occupied out of 242 Spaces Employee Parking: 20% occupied out of 210 Spaces Friday 1 10:00 11:00 12'.00 1:00 2:00 3:00 4:00 5:00 6:00 7:00 800 9:00 10:00 AM AM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM OlOccwrod +Viant t Peak Demand (8:00 PM) Figure ? Parking Utilization (2:00 PM - Friday) Temecula Olcl Town Parking Management Plan Parking Utilization* • 0% 1111 <25% 25 - 50% 51 -75% 76 - 85% 86 - 100% • >100% z. _ .; Project Study Area • tag so _ r r ram_ • ■ • 5th St —*! ,a r 4.■■■rr a r ■ St • i L • • • • • •11 +tw; ▪ a•aaaaaatiamiP r a s..A.mrn,,,,, • H•• e Lk.• C ■ ;2nd St • f` • ■ • 0 • I i • • • • • � ♦ .11 Irtier* ILU • ♦• 4th St " Based on parking survey conducted from 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM • Ctvic Center Parking Garage �* Public Parking: 68% occupied out of 242 Spaces Employee Parking: 20% occupied out of 210 Spaces Friday 41% 52% 6114 50% 40% 1a% 10% ox 9:00 10:00 PM PM 10:00 11:00 12.00 1:00 2 00 3A0 4.00 5:00 6:00 AM AM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM ■Occup ed Vacant 7.00 800 PM PM Peak Demand (8:00 PM) tjurt` 2 Parking Utilization (3:00 PM - Friday) lenler:ula Old Town Parking ^.Ranagement Plan Parking Utilization* �,. 0% • <25% ▪ 25 - 50% 51 -75% 76-85% mow 86 - 100% — >100% L .1; Project Study Area 4•• • 6th St 5th St 4th St * Based on parking survey conducted from 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM • Civic Center Parking Garage APublic Parking: 70% occupied out of 242 Spaces Employee Parking: 23% occupied out of 210 Spaces 100% 90% Po% 70% roz 50% A0% 30% 20% 10% 0% 11111111111 10.00 11:00 12:00 140 2'00 3600 400 0.00 GOO 700 800 9110 10:00 AM AM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM •Ottupled • Vaonl Friday f Peak Demand (8:00 PM) Figure 2 Parking Utilization (4:00 PM - Friday) Temecula C)Id Town Parking Management Plan Parking Utilization* moose OMIND INN 0% <25% 25 - 50% 51 -75% 76 - 85% 86 - 100% — >100% 76::„.; Project Study Area 6• • eeee • • • • ♦ •t a • ♦• ♦• ••'a ♦ ♦op ♦ ♦ • yam, ♦ ♦ ■ irt:t r • • / • la.• • ►.r •. . ■■■r.UtarA A 6th St Illi ■ v ■ • ▪ • • ♦ ar • a: • ��- 5th 5t 1�' II • 0■ >J• •• •Ifilhilk 4thSt �▪ �IN • • • 71r o , 1LJ2nd St : ems six ui 4 % irigolpilo • eox ao+c ION 1/1 1 r. tii*ir.�q• IOK N 1090 11:00 IxOO �'�790 000 9A) 10:00 PM PM PM PM PM PM • Employee Parking: 24% occupied out of 210 Spaces • • Civic Center Parking Garage • Public Parking: 60% occupied out of 242 Spaces Friday ' Based on parking survey conducted from 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM t Peak Demand (8:00 PM) jure Parking Utilization (5:00 PM - Friday) lerrlecul.a Old town Parking Management Plan Parking Utilization* 4111, 0% <25% 25 - 50% 51 -75% 76 - 85% 4aaanis 86 - 100% — >100% Project Study Area 6th St Main St 2nd St • Based on parking survey conducted from 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM Civic Center Parking Garage Public Parking: 62% occupied out of 242 Spaces Employee Parking: 3% occupied out of 210 Spaces ' Friday 1 10'00 11:00 12.00 1:00 2:00 3.00 41X) 5:00 6.00 7:00 100 9:00 10:00 AM AM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM •Occu51ed Vaunt t Peak Demand (8:00 PM) M. 1 Figure 2 Parking Utilization (6:00 PM - Friday) Temecula Old Town Parking Management Plan Parking Utilization* - 0% <25% — 25 - 50% 51 -75% +M+ 76-85% 0.00 86 - 100% - >100% Project Study Area -•0 4?. 6 it • c • • • • I • ■ ■ • ar••• 6thSt ■• ■ �� �� ■ ■ �� a ■ ■ a V OW • • wow * Sth St `� ■ I II II II * i .. el 2 • 0 • ♦ Le ath st�.r ' • :el II r■r•ti II ■ • • Main St • ■ a • ■ • • • a • si Ill% " Based on parking survey conducted from 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM 100% 9095 40% 7096 60% 096 Civic Center Parking Garage Public Parking: 72% occupied out of 242 Spaces Employee Parking: 4% occupied out of 210 Spaces Friday iiiii 111111 10:00 1100 12:00 100 2:00 3:00 4:00 5:00 6:00 7930 6:00 9:00 10:00 AM AM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM •Occupied iVaunt Peak Demand (8:00 PM) Figure 2 Parking Utilization (7:00 PM - Friday) ta,,,tila Old Town Parking Management Plan Parking Utilization* ,.m„ 0% ▪ <25% - 25 - 50% 51 -75% •-•- 76 - 85% • 86 - 100% >100% L Project Study Area 'Ma* Sr", tipo.L.111;. • a 1 • I 5th St Main St 2nd St * Based on parking survey conducted from 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM Civic Center Parking Garage Public Parking: 86% occupied out of 242 Spaces Employee Parking' 9% occupied out of 210 Spaces r Friday loox sax O 0% 70% 60% 50% 40% 10% 20% 10% 0% 111111111 10:00 11.00 12.00 1.00 2:00 3:00 400 500 MOO 790 SIM 900 1000 AM AM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM •Ouupled •Vwnl si f Peak Demand (8:00 PM) Parking Utilization (8:00 PM - Friday) Temecula Old Town Parking Management Plan Parking Utilization* 0% - <25% - 25 - 50% 51 -75% 76-85% - 86 - 100% - >100% ti Project Study Area 2nd St Based on parking survey conducted from 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM 100% 80% 70% Civic Center Panting Garage Public Parking: 80% occupied out of 242 Spaces Employee Parking: 7% occupied out of 210 Spaces Friday jjjlllllllill 10:00 11:00 12:00 1:00 2:00 3:00 400 500 6:00 700 11:00 900 1000 AM AM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM ■Ocwpied +Vacant t Peak Demand (8:00 PM) Parking Utilization (9:00 PM - Friday) Temecula Old Town Narking Management Plan Parking Utilization* - 0% - <25% - 25 - 50% 51 -75% 76 - 85% • 86 - 100% • >100% L ; . ; Project Study Area 6• • r, 6th St * 3ased on parking survey conducted from 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM Civic Center Parking Garage Public Parking: 73% occupied out of 242 Spaces Employee Parking: 6% occupied out of 210 Spaces " AK& Friday 1111111111 10.00 11:00 12.00 1.00 2:00 3:00 400 5.00 6.00 700 8:00 9-00 AM AM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM ■Occupied Vacant 1 1000 PM At Peak Demand (8:00 PM) Figure Parking Utilization (10:00 PM - Friday) • Temecula Old Town Parking Management Plan Parking Utilization* WOW 0% a. <25% 25 - 50% 51 -75% — 76 - 85% Immo 86 - 100% >100% L Project Study Area rjit it.4( 4 10,: '4 V Milk f11111 • Based on parking survey conducted from 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM ■• • ■� • Civic Center Parking Garage Public Parking: 31% occupied out of 242 Spaces • Employee Parking: 2% occupied out of 210 Spaces 190% 0% 601E 70% 60% 50% 40% 30% 20% 10% 0% 10:00 11:00 1200 1:00 200 300 4:00 5:00 600 7:00 6:00 9:00 1000 AM AM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM ■Occupied Vacant t Peak Demand (7:00 PM) Figure Parking Utilization (10:00 AM - Saturday) Temecula OH town Parking Management Plan Parking Utilization* 0% <25% 25 - 50% 51 -75% 76 - 85% 86 - 100% >100% L :.; Project Study Area aa•■ef••a eee a a ♦♦ po ft II: • • • • • • . • . L'y 1I3rd • 111111 c 0 LL � C I 90% • • • ■ 100% 211d St SOS ■ I— • • S 70% • O ♦ 60% ■ 874 ■ SO% • 1 10% ♦ *Based on parking survey conducted from 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM 10% Civic Center Parking Garage Public Parking: 65% occupied out of 242 Spaces Employee Parking: 2% occupied out of 210 Spaces Saturday 0011101 0 5:00 6:00 7 0 S0 PM PM PM PM PM PM PM MI 10:00 11:00 12:00 100 200 3:00 40 AM AM PM • Occupied Vacant f Peak Demand (7:00 PM) 9:00 10:00 PM PM 41 Parking Utilization (11:00 AM - Saturday) Temecula Old Town Parking Management Plan Parking Utilization* ▪ 0% - <25% - 25 - 50% 51 -75% 76 - 85% ▪ 86 - 100% - >100% L Project Study Area • it *oil ■ �{ lam. 'r* r r.. • us mmmmm it. t. i r • 5thSt as■■■• x�.r`. ...• • 1 ••7 : • f di • a • II • r ll i11111 4thSt a a ■ St a a ■ 2nd St • Based on parking survey conducted from 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM Civic Center Parking Garage Public Parking: 72% occupied out of 242 Spaces Employee Parking: 3% occupied out of 210 Spaces c Saturday 111. ullllll PM PM PM Peak Demand (7:00 PM) Figure 2 Parking Utilization (12:00 PM - Saturday) ['ernerula Old Town Parking Management Plan Parking Utilization* • 0% • <25% • 25 - 50% 51 -75% MUM 76 - 85% 86 - 100% >100% Project Study Area •f aaeafra. 1 R • • 1 • • ♦ • }M '1,110 * Based on parking survey conducted from 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM • r 100% 30% 80% 70% 60% 50% 40% 30% 20% 10% 0% • Civic Center Parking Garage Public Parking: 71% occupied out of 242 Spaces Employee Parking: 3% occupied out of 210 Spaces 1 1 1000 11:00 12:00 1:00 AM AM PM PM Saturday 2:00 3:00 4:00 5:00 6:00 7.00 8:00 9:00 10.00 PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM • Cccupted Vacant Peak Demand (7:00 PM) jiC Parking Utilization (1:00 PM - Saturday) Temecula Old Town Parking Management Plan Parking Utilization* 0% <25% — 25 - 50% 51 -75% 76 - 85% - 86 - 100% - >100% Project Study Area 4th St c 1 1r c 2nd St ' • G 7mc ' • 1 so% 40% • s ♦ 30% ♦ 1 CIL".LILA& 20% • 10% N 0% * Based on parking survey conducted from 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM laps' 8as6 es% gal p. Civic Center Parking Garage Public Parking: 70% occupied out of 242 Spaces Employee Parking: 4% occupied out of 210 Spaces Saturday 1 10:00 11:00 12:00 1:00 2:00 3:00 4:00 5:00 6:00 7:00 8:00 9:00 1000 AM AM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM •Occupied • Vacs nt f Peak Demand (7:00 PM) 4411 Parking Utilization (2:00 PM - Saturday) :: ula Olci Town Parking Management Plan Parking Utilization" 0% <25% 25 - 50% 51 -75% 76 - 85% — 86 - 100% 11111111111 >100% 1 ; Project Study Area pG • 6th St ■ C I 90% • c 2nd St 80% • 1.11N111111111, • ■ ` 70% ■ O • 60% • • • • 50% • • 40% ■ • • 3C% • 20% ..' aeltt,tel_R • Based on parking survey conducted from 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM 10% 0% ♦ ■ e Civic Center Parking Garage Public Parking: 61% occupied out of 242 Spaces Employee Parking: 3% occupied out of 210 Spaces GO% E!i 1.\\141. , Saturday 10A0 1100 12:00 1:00 2:00 MO 4:00 5:00 604 AM AM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM •Occupied 4. Vacant 700 8:00 9:00 10:00 PM PM PM PM Peak Demand (7:00 PM) Figure 2 Parking Utilization (3:00 PM - Saturday) Temecula Old Town Parking Management Plan Parking Utilization* - <25% - 25 - 50% 51 -75% 76 - 85% - B6 - 100% >100% as:...; Project Study Area • - • f alt. af•ff• * Based on parking survey conducted from 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM • ■ • Civic Center Parking Garage • Public Parking: 54% occupied out of 242 Spaces Is Employee Parking: 3% occupied out of 210 Spaces ,,. nr. 160% 9056 80% 70% 60% 3.2% 40% 30% 20% 10% 0% j Saturday 10.00 11:00 12:00 1:00 200 1:00 ' 5:00 6:00 7.00 8:00 9:00 10:00 AM AM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM co Occupied -vacant f Peak Demand (7:00 PM) Parking Utilization (4:00 PM - Saturday) Parking Management Plan Parking Utilization* ▪ 0% <25% • 25 - 50% 51 -75% 76 - 85% 410. 86 - 100% emit >100% L :: ; Project Study Area "A sd, Ab .,,rt Pcbeg, 1. ;re* • Based on parking survey conducted from 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM 100% 90% so% 70% 60% 50% 40% 30% 20% 10% Civic Center Parking Garage Public Parking: 55% occupied out of 242 Spaces Employee Parking 4% occupied out of 210 Spaces fit•.'. -:1 tl Saturday 1 1000 1190 12:00 1:00 2.00 3:00 4:00 5110 6:00 AM AM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM •Occupied Vacant 7:00 600 9:00 1000 PM PM PM PM f Peak Demand (7:00 PM) Figure 2 Parking Utilization (5:00 PM - Saturday) Temecula Old Town Parking Management Plan i aolMINIMMINgumm IMMIMMOMINNY Parking Utilization* MINIM 0% <25% 25 - 50% 51 -75% 76 - 85% 86 - 100% >100% Project Study Area flionott M f • ■ /f♦♦•■•_ =,* 4 Sr • •-414 I 1 ■ • • • m • •/ / / ■ / ■ Sth St 1 • • ♦ 1 � 4th St t. •• • r 1 Lwl 47"1_,L! / ' ■ ■ ■ • • • • • • • • ■ ■ JIZndSt 1 •• f ■ • • p. • • it• A, i7'�'�R.• • •• •• • Based on parking survey conducted from 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM 41 Civic Cantor Parking Garage Public Parking: 64% occupied out of 242 Spaces Employee Parking: 5% occupied out of 210 Spaces Saturday or ox 01 10:00 1103 12:00 1:00 2110 3:00 4:00 5:0II 8:009:0010:00AM AM PM PM PM PMPM PM PM PM • Occupled Vacant t Peak Demand (7:00 PM) Parking Utilization (6:00 PM - Saturday) T�1111ecula Old Town Parking Management Plan Parking Utilization* 0% <25% 25 - 50% 51 -75% 76-85% 86 - 100% IMO > 100% L ; ; ; Project Study Area 2nd St * Based on parking survey conducted from 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM 100% 90% 1016 70% 60% 50% 40% 30% 20% 10% 0% 10:00 11:00 12:00 AM AM PM Civic Center Parking Garage Public Parking: 84% occupied out of 242 Spaces Employee Parkirg: 12% occupied out of 210 Spaces Saturday 111111 11 1130 PM 2:00 3:00 4:00 9%0 600 700 11:00 900 IWO PM PM PM PM PM PM PM MI PM ■Occupied •)V.ant f Peak Demand (7:00 PM) f Parking Utilization (7:00 PM - Saturday) 1 1 Temecula Old Town Parking Management Plan Parking Utilization* <25% 25 - 50% 51 -75% 76-85% 86 - 100% >100% Project Study Area %4 • • Civic Center Parking Garage Public Parking: 86% occupied out of 242 Spaces • • Employee Parking: 16% occupied out of 210 Spaces ✓ a IMMIIIPOWNOI s< • l • c • w le0 100% ■ L 90 c fi ■ c 2nd St eo% ion • r • six • i 7016 • O * 6094 ■ • ■ • sox • • aox ♦ ■ n t <tt♦ '3s Based on parking survey conducted from 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM Saturday 10.00 11:00 12:00 1',00 2:00 3010 4:00 5:00 6100 7:00 0:00 9:00 10:00 AM AM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM • Occupied Vacant t Peak Demand (7:00 PM) Parking Utilization (8:00 PM - Saturday) 7 •,,.:, . !:, nl, t !own Parking Management Plan 2 LL 3 2nd St Parking Utilization* • opt <25% 25 - 50% 51 -75% 76 - 85% • 86 - 100% M >100% L . .; Project Study Area LI011,?-^ tur 12„., • • • • 111 II • • a •• IN 4th St / / -.7.7.-.1r. 0 e`, ill , I ■ ■ • • I: • Based on parking survey conducted from 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM 4 Civk Center Parking Garage Public Parking: 80% occupied out of 242 Spaces Employee Parking: 14% occupied out of 210 Spaces Saturday 1090 11L0 17:00 1.00 2:00 3:00 4:00 5:00 6910 790 9:00 AM AM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM ■Occupied vacant t Peak Demand (7:00 PM) 1 9:00 PM 1 10:00 PM Figure 2 Parking Utilization (9:00 PM - Saturday) Temecula Old Town Parking Management Plan Parking Utilization* •• ..... 0% r i - <25% - 25 - 50% 51 -75% 76 - 85% - 86 - 100% - >100% Project Study Area • ■ $ ' tn vi 1 • V ilijailib' f al •••■ ■■ • 5th St f it f f• • • • 11 • 111]• •e•■Tr 1 LS.11 • st i •• • • • • IIII • • st:';,4] • • • • • • • •f 2nd St " Based on parking survey conducted from 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM Civic Center Parking Garage Public Parking: 81% occupied out of 242 Spaces Employee Parking: 12% occupied out of 210 Spaces Saturday 1 10:00 1100 17:00 1.00 2:00 3:00 690 5:00 6:00 7:00 8:00 9.00 10:00 AM AM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM •Occupled Vacant t Peak Demand (7:00 PM) Parking Utilization (10:00 PM - Saturday) Temecula Old Town Barking Management Plan Parking Utilization* 0% <25% 25 - 50% 51 -75% 76 - 85% 0000 86 - 100% >100% Project Study Area -"`• OF00064064.roll F- piicr..77. 5th St 4th St • • • c 0 ■ 1i ■ c • 2nd St ■ Fo- ■ 1., 664.0 711■■•rX • IS•••% ■ ■ ■ • Civic Center Parking Garage • Public Parking: 52% occupied out of 242 Spaces • • ♦ • ♦ • i * Based on parking survey conducted from 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM Employee Parking: 2% occupied out of 210 Spaces 100% 90% e0% 7094 so% 30% 2096 I 1 10:00 11:00 12:00 1:00 AM AM PM PM } Sunday 2:00 3:00 4:00 5,00 6.'00 7:00 8:00 9:00 10:00 PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM • Occupied a Vacant Peak Demand (1:00 PM) Figure 2 Parking Utilization (10:00 AM - Sunday) Temecula Old Towrt Parking Management Plan Parking Utilization* +-r 0% <25% - 25 - 50% 51 -75% 76-85% 86 - 100% >100% L ; ; Project Study Area * Based on parking survey conducted from 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM •••±era-.e eee PO% 70% 60% so% 40% 30% 20% 1D% 0% Clvlc Center Parking Garage Public Parking: 61% occupied out of 242 Spaces Employee Parking: 2% occupied out of 210 Spaces f#*djllh6k- 1 i 1000 11:00 1200 1:00 Sunday 200 300 4:00 500 600 7:00 9:00 9:00 1000 AM AM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM •Occupl•d VWunt } Peak Demand (1:00 PM) Parking Utilization (11:00 AM - Sunday) 1+!cula Old tow,: .king Management Plan Parking Utilization* 0% aaaaa� <25% 25 - 50% 51 -75% 76 - 85% .."' 86 - 100% >100% Project Study Area * Based on parking survey conducted from 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM a..* rr+rOar r 100% 90% east 70% 50% 50% 40% 30% 20% 10% 0% Civic Center Parking Garage Public Parking: 67% occupied out of 242 Spaces Employee Parking: 3% occupied out of 210 Spaces 1 10130 1100 12:00 1:00 Sunday 2:00 3:00 4:00 500 6:00 7:00 8:00 9:00 10:00 AM AM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM II Occupied Vacant t Peak Demand (1:00 PM) Parking Utilization (12:00 PM - Sunday) Temecula Old Town Parking Management Plan Parking Utilization* .�.. 0% OMB <25% — 25 - 50% 51 -75% 76 - 85% 86 - 100% >100% Project Study Area ✓ se. ✓ �"'l. :•■■rr■ ■ . r � V � d ■ • ■ ■ ■ �P...• 5th St at . �� a 1 ir II it•••• • •III • • • • 4thSt *▪ mom St • ■ Civic Center Parking Garage •• Public Parking: 75% occupied out of 242 Spaces ••Employee Parking: 5% occupied out of 210 Spaces • ��. al • ✓ • LL • • ; 2nd St • r°- ■ -a "•' ■ 0 • Based on parking survey conducted from 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM Sunday 30% 20% 10% 10A0M0 0M 0M 9M MSO% H!P90% 70% 60% so% 46% 1100 1200 100 200 300 990 000 600 AM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM • Occupied - Vacant t Peak Demand (1:00 PM) lv: Parking Utilization (1:00 PM - Sunday) Temecula O d TOW() Parking Management Plan Parking Utilization* 411111111111 0% <25% 25 - 50% 51 -75% 76 - 85% 86 - 100% >100% Project Study Area r• 4th St Civic Center Parking Garage Public Parking: 75% occupied out of 242 Spaces Employee Parking: 5% occupied out of 210 Spaces � N i � C ■ O 100% U.■ • C r • 0 2nd St so% 4 35% f ■ -p F r0% 57% ■ ♦ 60% ■ ♦ ■•50% ■ + 10% ■ ♦ . y 30% 20% •�N' 1 * Based on parking survey conducted from 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM 10:00 11:00 12:00 1:00 AM AM PM PM Sunday 1 2:00 3.00 4:00 5:00 6:00 7.00 8:00 9.00 10:00 PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM •0cwpiad 'Vacant At Peak Demand (1:00 PM) Parking Utilization (2:00 PM - Sunday) Temecula Old Town Parking Management Plan Parking Utilization* 0% <25% - 25 - 50% 51 -75% -- 76 - 85% - 86 - 100% AINIM >100% Project Study Area �s7_'ari, ■■i • •• . 11 5th St • Al .• ., ► It ••t' • • G. 1 ■ I� y • 41101111111110 l 4th St •• •.8 • • ll s■■■■Irra x` , A • • • ■ Main St • .•. II • • • • Civic Center Parking Garage • • Public Parking: 50% occupied out of 242 Spaces • • Employee Parking: 4% occupied out of 210 Spaces' • 00 ■ ■ 2nd St • I:30% 90 ■ c 6 8 A a • * Based on parking survey conducted from 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM 4094 30% 20% 10% 0% 10:00 11:00 11:00 1:00 AM AM PM PM t Sunday a7+c11111. snc 2;00 �D a0)0 5:00 6A0 1.00 8:00 9:00 Peak Demand (1:00 PM) 1000 PM Figure 2 Parking Utilization (3:00 PM - Sunday) Temecula Old Town Parking Management Plan Parking Utilization* - 0% <25% 25 - 50% 51 -75% 76 - 85% ▪ 86 - 100% >100% L....7, Project Study Area .• Civic Center Parking Garage Public Parking: 42% occupied out of 242 Spaces Employee Parking: 3% occupied out of 210 Spaces ♦ ♦ "` 1 Sunday • o 100% ■ LL 90% ■ • 2nd St ems, ■ + 7a% ■ O � bolt • ♦ r so% ■•ao% ♦ i 30% ♦ -.. : i_crtk tt�. 10% a% 1000 11:W 12:00 100 1211.0. I:W 4 5906:W 7:00 S 0 9:W 10:00 AM AM PM PMPM PM PMPM PM PM PM PM bcc�pied Vacant " Based on parking survey conducted from 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM f Peak Demand (1:00 PM) Figure 2 Parking Utilization (4:00 PM - Sunday) Temecula Old Town Parking Management Plan Parking Utilization* + <25% + 25 - 50% 51 -75% - 76 - 85% + 86 - 100% - > 100% Project Study Area " Based on parking survey conducted from 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM • Employee Parking: 3% occupied out of 210 Spaces • Civic Center Parking Garage Public Parking: 31% occupied out of 242 Spaces Sunday 10:00 1140 12:00 1:00 I90 300 4:00 590 6 0 7:00 R90 990 10:00 AM AM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM a OccuPted Vacant Peak Demand (1:00 PM) Parking Utilization (5:00 PM - Sunday) Temecula Olrl Town Parking Management Plan Parking Utilization* 0% IMMO <25% 25-50% 51 -75% a-- 76 - 85% 86 - 100% >100% L . 1 ; Project Study Area 6th St 4th St * Based on parking survey conducted from 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM • Civic Center Parking Garage Public Parking: 33% occupied out of 242 Spaces Employee Parking: 3% occupied out of 210 Spaces 100% 90% 80% 70% 60% 50% 40% 30% 20% 10% 0% Sunday 1000 11:00 12:00 1:00 2:00 3:00 4:00 5:00 6:00 AM AM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM } Peak Demand (1:00 PM) 1111 I I 7:00 6:00 9D0 10:00 PM PM PM PM Parking Utilization (6:00 PM - Sunday) Temecula Old Town Parking Management Plan Parking Utilization* 0% <25% 25-50% 51 -75% 76 - 85% — 86 - 100% >100% Project Study Area • t ■ • ■ 6th St • • • ~� • ifill • sin St i _ • • IL. • • • • 4th St • • ■ ■ f ilt ise • • • • % •lli I • r • St • • • • Employee Parking. 3% occupied out of 210 Spaces w bilL" '' iCubic Center P6rking Garage • Public Park ng: 26% occupied out of 2d2 Spaces • it �� .. , 1111 • k Alt cSunday • C 100% • • c 50% • e 2nd St • 60% • F- 011111111•111•11Iw11•1111=1 • F 70% • O • 60% • f 50% • • 40% • •• 30% - i.■..l.•-x..■..K..A.• 20% * Based on parking survey conducted from 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM 0% 0% 504 10:00 11:00 12:00 1:00 2:00 3:00 4:00 5:00 6:00 AM AM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM •0ccupled +Van nt f Peak Demand (1:00 PM) 1 PM 111 6:00 9:00 10:00 PM PM PM Figure Parking Utilization (7:00 PM - Sunday) .lernectiIa ©Id Town Parking Management Plan Parking Utilization* 0% <25% 25 - 50% 51 -75% 76 - 85% 86 - 100% >100% Project Study Area 6th St 4th St 2nd St * Based on parking survey conducted from 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM Civic Center Parking Garage • Public Parking: 22% occupied out of 242 Spaces Employee Parking: 3% occupied out of 210 Spaces WO% 9096 PO% 70% 50% 50% 40% 30% 20% 10% 0% Sunday 1000 11:00 12:00 100 2:00 3.00 4:00 5:00 6:00 7:00 AM AM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM •Occupied •, Vacant f Peak Demand (1:00 PM) 8:00 PM 900 10: 0 PM PM 4 Figure 2 Parking Utilization (8:00 PM - Sunday) Temecula Old Town Parking Management Plan Parking Utilization* 0% <25% 25 - 50% 51 -75% 76 - 85% = 86 - 100% 111111 > 100% Project Study Area aaasalb ■ a v • •aaa■r • • 5th St III ■ ar t .aaaa a ♦ . a � IN. i • 4thSt aa■■aa iarj • r I a ■ r St a • II • ' l • I' ♦ Civic Center Parking Garage •• Public Parking: 17% occupied out of 242 Spaces •• II Employee Parking: 3% occupied out of 210 Spaces • * Based on parking survey conducted from 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM 40% 3mc 20% 10% as Sunday 10:00 U$03 1L00 1:00 1A0 L00 4:00 i00 6O0 7 0 6A0 AM AM PM PM• /M 1�P•V6nt PM PM PM Peak Demand (1:00 PM) 1 9110 10:00 PM PM f-rgure 2 Parking Utilization (9:00 PM - Sunday) Temecula Old Town Parklrlg iuttinagement Plan Parking Utilization* — 0% <25% 25 - 50% 51 -75% 76 - 85% 86 - 100% >100% ...II; Project Study Area t � *MA■ • • • • • • 4WOW- Ft • 6• • •� / 5th St 4th St • 1 ' 1 • / • 1.2tt7 . • • . • • - Mil 1 it ill AIL • VI • c ■ o / IL ■ C I all ■ o ■ 2nd St • Based on parking survey conducted from 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM • • • • -, • Civic Cen4ar ParkingCarage =c Public Parking: 13% occupied out of 242 Spaces • Employee Parking: 2% occupied; out of 210 Spaces Sunday 10:00 11U0 12:00 1:00 2:00 3:00 4:00 5:00 6,00 7,00 AM AM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM ■Ocwpl ed : Want t Peak Demand (1:00 PM) 9:00 PM 900 10:00 PM PM Parking Utilization (10:00 PM - Sunday) • Temecula Old Town Parking Management Plan City of Temecula Old Town Parking Management Plan April 2019 This page intentionally left blank FEHR'' PEERS Attachment B Near -Term Project Information FEHRk PEERS Excluded — Not within the study area Old Town Temecula Parking Study Update Cumulative List as of September 20, 2018 1. PA17-0854 4th St Hotel: Development Plan will allow for the construction of an approximately 71,485 square foot, four-story hotel with underground parking. The fourth floor is designated as residential condominium units for a total of 87 units. The project is located approximately 50 feet southwest of Mercedes Street on the south side of 4th Street. (Approved) 2. PA14-0188 Chaparral South: a Major Modification to add 6,657 square feet to an existing two- story retail/office commercial structure located at 28475 Old Town Front Street (Approved — Building Plans Submitted) 3. PA17-1279: A Major Modification to allow Barrel Republic to add approximately 1,264 square feet to an existing building, a new rear patio (approximately 3,016 square feet), a new front patio (approximately 870 square feet) and front elevation changes to the building located at 41950 Main Street (Approved) 4. PA18-0381: A Major Modification to alter an existing retail center (Sage Brush Center) and convert it into a 29 room hotel at 41920 6th Street (Under Review) 5. PA17-0109, a Specific Plan Amendment to relocate a portion of the Hotel Overlay within the Old Town Specific Plan. PA16-0270, a Development Plan application for a six -story, approximately 175,677 square foot hotel generally located along the south side of 3rd Street between Old Town Front Street and Mercedes Street. The hotel will contain 151 guest rooms. A parking structure will also be constructed directly across 3rd Street. The parking structure will total approximately 86,117 square feet and contain approximately 2,846 square feet of ground floor commercial space. 513 parking spaces that will include valet parking for hotel guests and 307 spaces for public parking. PA17-1020 a Minor Exception to allow for an increase in building height for the parking garage. (Approved) 6. PA17-0324, a Development Plan to allow for the construction of an approximately 87,280 square foot commercial center comprised of two three-story buildings with basements. The project is generally located on both sides of Town Square Park on Main Street, on the west side of Mercedes Street (Approved) 7. PA15-0694, a Development Plan application to allow for the construction of a three-story shell building on the northeast corner of Old Town Front Street and 4th Street. The building will total approximately 13,907 square feet (Under Construction) 8. PA14-0058, a Development Plan to construct a three-story, 54 room Comfort Suites Hotel totaling 31,263 square feet, within the Old Town Specific Plan area, including an indoor swimming pool, fitness room, and business center, located at 41841 Moreno Road (Under Construction). 9. Planning Application Number PA15-1158, a Major Modification to a Development Plan to allow for a phased revision of an existing structure that will include facade improvements, a reduction Excluded — No impact on parking demand or supply in the size of an existing use to allow space for additional uses, and a new approximately 3,808 square foot structure. PA16-0517, a Minor Modification to an existing Conditional Use Permit (CUP) for a dance hall that includes a reduction of the building area for the existing use and a revision to the previously approved hours of operation. The project is located at 28721 Old Town Front Street (Approved). 10. Planning Applications Nos. PA10-0226 and PA11-0053, a Development Plan and Variance for Chaparral 3, a proposed 23,137 square foot, mixed use, three-story building with retail/restaurant uses on the first floor and mezzanine, and offices above. The Variance request is to reduce the setback at northeast property corner, as well as the parking setback and landscape requirement along the western property line. The project site is addressed as 28455 Old Town Front Street (Approved). 11. Planning Application No. PA18-1031, a Modification to an existing building for a restaurant use including new exterior paint, raised exterior deck, perimeter wood and cable fencing, and shade structures located at 28535 Old Town Front Street. Three parallel parking spaces will be provided. (under review) 12. Planning Application PA18-0853, a Minor Modification to allow a new retail establishment to replace an existing fence and turn an existing small structure into a retail establishment. The project is located at 41946 5th Street. (approved) 4. The applicant shall submit a security plan to the Temecula Police Department for their review and approval. The applicant shall adhere to this plan during all hours of operation. 5. Until a noise mitigation plan is proposed and accepted by the City, the only types of musical entertainment permitted at this establishment shall be jazz, blues and acoustical instruments. 6. Non-compliance with any of the conditions of approval may result in revocation of the permit based on Development Code Section 17.04.010 E 3 which partially states "the reservation of right to review any conditional use permit approved or conditionally approved hereunder by the city, its planning commission and city council, is in addition to, and not in lieu of, the right of the city, its planning commission and city council, to review and revoke or modify any conditional use permit approved or conditionally approved hereunder for any violations of the conditions imposed on such conditional use permit or for the maintenance of any nuisance condition or other code violation thereon." 7. The applicant shall comply with these additional conditions and all conditions of approval for Planning Application No. PA97-0274, previously approved September 11, 1997, unless superseded by these conditions of approval. A copy of the September 11, 1997, Conditions of Approval are attached. 8. This Conditional Use Permit may be revoked pursuant to Section 17.03.080 of the City's Development Code. 9. The perrnittee shall obtain City approval for any modifications or revisions to the approval of this Conditional Use Permit, By placing my signature below, I confirm that i have read, I understand and I accept all the above mentioned Conditions of Approval. I further understand that the property shall be maintained in conformance with these conditions of approval and that any changes I may wish to make to the project shall be subject to Community Development Department approval. E z,, .,,,0 1- . Door. Applicant's Signature Print Name S-1-1-.Zoo0 Date F:10EPTS1PLANNING\C U P197-0274 Beer&Wine Garden\COA.doc 2