In June, the Parking Task Force, a group of residents and councilmembers, researched and evaluated street parking throughout Nassau Bay. They presented their findings along with their proposed parking solution at the July City Council Meeting. The suggested parking solution was to implement an overnight street parking ban from 2:00-4:00am that garnered support and opposition from both residents and business-owners. The City Council responded to the feedback by assigning City staff the task of researching and developing multiple solutions that would address the parking concerns and issues. Once completed, staff would present their recommendations along with the task force’s proposal to City Council for review. City staff is in the planning and research phase and will ensure citizens are included in the process by hosting two public input sessions. The first session will be held on Wednesday, August 24th from 2:00- 8:00pm at City Hall. The data gathered in August will be transformed to proposals that citizens can vote on at the second session on Wednesday, September 21st at City Hall. All research and proposals will be presented to City Council on October 10th. We look forward to hearing from and working with the citizens of Nassau Bay as the project advances.