The Parking Advisory Committee advises City Council on policy issues related to all city-owned on-street and off-street parking facilities, and makes recommendations on facilities and parking regulations.
To support an exceptional parking system for the City of Vancouver.
The Parking Advisory Committee provides a forum for public participation in the discussion of downtown parking issues and policy development.
The Committee advises and makes recommendations to City Council and staff about the parking policy and program implementation while observing the following principles:
Meeting Dates and Time:
January - October: Fourth Wednesday each month.
November & December: Third Wednesday each month.
All meetings begin at 7:30 a.m.
Council Chambers, 2nd floor City Hall, 415 W. 6th Street
Number of members:
Seven. Must be a city resident, property owner, business owner, or an officer or partner in a city business, except for one member who may be a downtown business employee.
Length of term:
Four years. Appointed by City Council
Leah Jackson, Chair
Nelson Holmberg, Vice Chair
The management plan for on-street parking in the Government District immediately northwest of downtown Vancouver, developed by area stakeholders and the City of Vancouver, has been approved by City Council. The approved plan will implement paid parking on streets throughout the district, which is currently 40% metered. It will allow for longer time stays and more consistency by converting existing 1/2 hour, 1 hour, 2 hour, and 4 hour stalls to 3 hour stalls. It will also convert existing unregulated and permit only stalls to 10 hour stalls.