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Tomorrow: Chime In On Hayes Valley's Residential Parking Permit Program

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By Nuala Sawyer - Published on June 27, 2016.

Back in April, the SFMTA announced a new series of open houses designed to solicit feedback and ideas from neighbors, potentially for an update of the city's Residential Parking Permit programHayes Valley's meeting will take place tomorrow evening, at The French American School at 150 Oak St.

Hayes Valley has three residential parking permit zones—Q, R and S. Q is the most recent addition to the neighborhood, having gone into effect in September of last year. To provide feedback on any of the zones above, or the RPP system in general, swing by the meeting tomorrow night to talk to SFMTA's planners. 


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