2016 Downtown Parking Strategic Plan
In 2015 CCDC contracted with Kimley-Horn, a nationally recognized parking consulting firm, to create a Downtown Parking Strategic Plan. The plan will update the mission of CCDC relative to parking as a key urban development strategy and also address the relationship of the City managed on-street parking program with CCDC garage parking. This planning is also essential as CCDC prepares for the Central District sunset, where four of the six CCDC garages are currently located.
Enhanced transportation and parking planning is critical to improved mobility management coordination and implementation strategies related to the new strategic plan vision. The Parking Strategic Plan suggests a new and integrated transportation and parking vision that builds on existing program strengths, new program development initiatives and enhanced program coordination and collaboration. The plan also focuses on demand reduction strategies to create a balanced parking and transportation program.
The plan was presented to the CCDC board in January 2016 and after an extensive outreach process was implemented in 2017.
Click here to read the Introduction to the Downtown Boise Parking Strategic Plan.
Click here to read the Downtown Boise Parking Strategic Plan Summary.
Click here to read the Downtown Boise Parking Strategic Plan
Click links below for the Appendices.
Downtown Boise Strategic Plan Appendices
- Folder E1 – Parking Annual Report Examples
- Folder E3 – Customer Education Bulletins
- Parking Radio Ad Examples
- Black Tie Affair
- Business Parking
- Good Friends
- Black Tie Affair
- Folder H1 – City of Houston Parking Benefit District Files
- Folder H2 – City of Pasadena Parking Benefit District Files
- Document H1 – Parking 101 – City of Boulder
- Document H2 – Pacific Beach Community Parking District Proposal
- Document H3 – Shoup on Parking Districts
- Document H4 – ULI LA Study on Parking Benefits District for New Orleans
- Document H5 – Transportation Benefit District Fact Sheet