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St. Augustine looks for ideas to improve parking

Leonard J. DeFrancisci
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St. Augustine officials want to know what you think about parking in the city.

The city’s building department and zoning board have created an online survey that asks questions about blight, parking alternatives and areas of the city that lack parking, among other things.

The information will be used to consider updates to St. Augustine's parking ordinance. City officials say the goal is to improve parking, promote sustainable transportation, address safety concerns, support economic development and address environmental concerns.

You can take the survey here. The deadline is April 16. 

The city has no proposals for updates to the parking ordinance yet. Survey results will be presented at a meeting of the Planning and Zoning Board on April 25.

Dan Scanlan is a veteran journalist with almost 40 years as a radio, television and print reporter in the Jacksonville area, as well as years of broadcast work in the Northeast. You can reach Dan at, (904) 607-2770 or on Twitter at @scanlan_dan.