Reserved residential parking

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The Village of Skokie’s Human Services Department manages a program
aimed at providing reserved on-street parking for residents with special
needs. This program has certain guidelines depicting how many permits
can be issued along certain lengths of roadway. The ordinance states:

“The number of reserved disability parking spaces on any 1
residential street shall not exceed 25 percent of the available parking
spaces on each side of a block.”

The ordinance now has a geographic reference which enables the
Village’s Geographic Information System (GIS) to get involved. The Human
Services director began a dialog to see if any residential street is in
violation of the existing Village Code. By plotting the location of the
Reserved Residential Parking Program participants and grouping
addresses within close proximity, the GIS analyzed the data and found
the Village to be in compliance with the Code.

Reserved residential parking

Blog_Reservedresidentialparking.png

The Village of Skokie’s Human Services Department manages a program
aimed at providing reserved on-street parking for residents with special
needs. This program has certain guidelines depicting how many permits
can be issued along certain lengths of roadway. The ordinance states:

“The number of reserved disability parking spaces on any 1
residential street shall not exceed 25 percent of the available parking
spaces on each side of a block.”

The ordinance now has a geographic reference which enables the
Village’s Geographic Information System (GIS) to get involved. The Human
Services director began a dialog to see if any residential street is in
violation of the existing Village Code. By plotting the location of the
Reserved Residential Parking Program participants and grouping
addresses within close proximity, the GIS analyzed the data and found
the Village to be in compliance with the Code.