A week ago, Second District City Council District Suja Lowenthal, along with a team of City staff and consultants, presented initial concepts for reimagining the Broadway Corridor through Alamitos
The Long Beach City Council voted last week to abandon a contentious plan to purchase a Belmont Shore residence with intentions of turning it into a parking lot.
If you’re like many who are dependent on debit and credit cards, scrounging for change to pay for your metered parking spot can be both frustrating and, should you not properly estimate how much time you need, detrimental to your wallet post-ticket. The City of Long Beach has heard your cries
2nd District (as well as 1st and 6th District) residents have a reason to rejoice as Vice Mayor Suja Lowenthal and 6th District Councilmember Dee Andrews announced on Thursday a set of changes to street sweeping parking restriction times.
After many discussions since August and a heated group of citizens speaking out in protest last night, the Long Beach City Council unanimously supported the implementation
The City of Long Beach announced street parking will be free throughout downtown Long Beach this weekend with their institution of a parking meter holiday beginning Friday, July 24 at 12:00AM and ending Sunday, July 26 at midnight.
Starting today, the Downtown Long Beach Associates (DLBA) is teaming with the City of Long Beach in launching Black(out) Friday, a promotional weekend designed to encourage residents to flock to downtown Long Beach after last weekend’s power outage, starting this morning and running through
The community is invited to a meeting about an upcoming Belmont Shore Parking Study, to be developed into a Parking Management Plan for an area notorious for having parking issues.
Parking for North Pine residents just got a little bit easier. Today, the City of Long Beach announced the creation of 30 new diagonal parking spaces on Ninth Street between Pacific Avenue and Long Beach Boulevard.
Hold onto your steering wheel. That trip downtown got a little easier and a little cheaper today, courtesy of the city.
On Saturday, September 24, the City of Long Beach will launch its new EZparkLB parking app, in an effort to help motorists locate available public and private parking throughout the city, officials announced today.
Two new parking apps are coming to Long Beach with a similar idea, to alleviate parking issues with a community-based solution.
If you live in Long Beach’s First, Second or Third Districts you discover a lot of things in your first few months of living there. You’re walking distance from a humble amount of dining and nightlife options, the beach is moments away—and during the summer you benefit from that coveted onshore
While the city explores its options to alleviate parking issues in its most impacted districts an app developer from Palo Alto is hoping to get in the first shots at chipping away at the issue as Pied Parker aims for a mid-April launch of its program that lets residents rent out their
The City of Long Beach may soon ease up parking restrictions in certain city-owned parking lots when it comes to how they enforce fees for disabled drivers. The Long Beach City Council voted last night to instruct the city attorney to draw up a draft ordinance that would bring those parking
You could call 2017 the year of parking. No, not because parking spots in downtown have magically appeared and you can now consistently park on the block you actually live on, but because the city council has taken a public stance to figure out how to remedy the growing problem of parking in
Over 100 new parking spaces are scheduled for the parking impacted community of Alamitos Beach after some maneuvering by traffic engineers and funding from Second District Councilwoman Jeannine Pearce’s office have provided the means to ease the dearth of spots near downtown Long Beach.