Dec. 8 meeting is first in a series of public meetings to discuss City parking procedures
MEDFORD—The City of Medford will be holding a public meeting on Wednesday, December 8 from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. via zoom as well as in person at the City Hall Council Chambers to discuss the future of parking procedures and operations in the community.
Members of the community are encouraged to attend and listen to an overview of the City’s progress so far, ask questions and offer feedback to the team overseeing and implementing the new parking structure for the City. This is the first in a series of public meetings that the City will be holding on new parking operations.
In attendance will be Parking Director Faye Morrison, Director of Traffic and Transportation Todd Blake and representatives from the Medford Police Department. Members of the Mayor’s Committee on Parking Policy and Enforcement will be invited to attend as well.
The purpose of the meeting is to inform the public of the progress of the City’s new parking office, give information on how parking will be operated and enforced going forward and give an overview on what changes residents can expect. Once operations are fully operational, we will have additional meetings to discuss permit parking and the new T stop measures in particular.
You can find the zoom link at medfordma.org.