UPTOWN — Two neighborhood associations voted to institute residential zoned parking, Ald. James Cappleman (46th) announced Monday.
The Magnolia-Malden Block Club and Clarendon Park Neighborhood Association voted "overwhelmingly" to institute residential zoned parking. Seventy-three percent of the neighborhood groups supported the idea, Cappleman said.
All of the other neighborhood organizations voted against having zoned parking on their streets or were on the border of a neighboring ward, Cappleman said.
The streets included from the Magnolia-Malden Block Club are as follows:
• Magnolia Avenue, Malden Street and Racine Avenue between Wilson Avenue and Lawrence Avenue
• Leland Avenue between Malden Street and Broadway
The streets included from the Clarendon Park Neighborhood Association are as follows:
• Windsor Avenue, Sunnyside Avenue and Agatite Avenue between Montrose Avenue and Wilson Avenue
• Hazel Street between Montrose Avenue and Wilson Avenue
Signs will be posted in the coming months. If neighbors still wish to have zoned parking on their street, they can download a petition here.
In June, Cappleman invited residents to take an online survey to vote for zoned parking.
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