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Sign to urge the city not to eliminate parking on Fell & Oak
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Sign to urge the city not to eliminate parking on Fell & Oak

    1. Petition by

      Seve B

      San Francisco, CA

Losing this parking would be devastating to the residents quality of life.

To:
Preserving Quality of Life
I just signed the following petition addressed to: Preserving Quality of Life.

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Sign to urge the city not to eliminate parking on Fell & Oak

Losing this parking would be devastating to the residents quality of life.
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Sincerely,

Sincerely,
[Your name]

Recent signatures

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    1. Residential Permit Parking Zone

      Seve B
      by Seve B
      Petition Organizer

      50 parking spots have been removed along Fell & it is uncertain when the other 50 on Oak will disappear. It has become significantly harder for our family to park and complete our trips. I am not against bike lanes at all but do want to improve parking and the quality of life in our neighborhood.

      I'm in favor of a Residential Permit Parking Zone and we have a petition to sign
      https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/viewform?fromEmail=true&formkey=dHlxclBhTWJvYVd6RUMxSkNjQ3lvY0E6MQ

      the surveys done for the bike path found that over half the cars parked in our neighborhood are not registered in our neighborhood. All the neighborhoods around us have Residential Parking Zones so we are the easy option to park your car for a week and walk a few blocks.

      I'd gladly pay $100/year to make parking much, much easier. Each household may have up to 4 year round passes. They also have a new flexible guest parking permit program.

      Please have a look at the petition and sign.
      Thanks

    2. Reached 50 signatures
    3. The bike lane proposal - check the pitch image

      Seve B
      by Seve B
      Petition Organizer

      I found out about this proposal in December, probably ahead of most of you. When I did there were five proposals on the table and four of them preserved parking for residents & families. This is the image promoted in the pitch. A row of parked cars with door open in our neighborhood with a bike lane rather than the loss of now 80 parking spots.

      Remind the planners to make sure they follow what they were pitching.
      Bridget.Smith@sfmta.com
      MayorEdwinLee@sfgov.org
      Janet.Martinsen@sfmta.com
      Ed.Reiskin@sfmta.com
      Luis.Montoya@sfmta.com

    4. Reached 10 signatures

    Supporters

    Reasons for signing

    • Jung O'Donnell SAN FRANCISCO, CA
      • almost 2 years ago

      Steve, can you contact me at jungyun11@gmail.com? A bunch of residents are appealing this to Board of Supervisors on Dec 11. We need help contacting residents in our neighborhood to come to the meeting at 4pm or email the board.

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    • Jeremy Hawker ASKER, NORWAY
      • over 2 years ago

      Fell & Oak have traditionally had parking. It makes it impossible to go to the panhandle if there's no parking and you live a long way away.

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    • Nan Schweiger CAMPBELL, CA
      • over 2 years ago

      Not enough parking in the area even now.

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    • Kelly Riggio SAN FRANCISCO, CA
      • over 2 years ago

      Absolutely NO REASON to add bike lanes when there is plenty of space to accommodate this on the panhandle itself, and traffic is bad enough already without losing 2 lanes on the most major east-west route between the downtown area and the sunset -ABSOLUTELY NOT!

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    • Richard Cheever SAN FRANCISCO, CA
      • over 2 years ago

      The Panhandle already has a dedicated bike path. Eliminating parking in order to placate the Bike Coalition simply heaps more cost (in the form of paid rental parking spaces) and frustration (due to even greater time spent searching for street parking) only the residents of the neighborhood.

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