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  Consent-Community Services   # 23.       
Community Services  
Meeting Date: 10/12/2021  
Brief Title:    Establish No Parking Zone
From: Taro EchiburĂș, Director, Department of Community Services
Staff Contact: Nicholas Burton, Director of Public Works, Department of Community Services, x8844

Adopt a resolution to establish a no parking zone on the east and west sides of East Street (County Road 100) between the City of Woodland limit and County Road 25A. (No general fund impact) (Echiburú/Burton)
Recommended Action
  1. Adopt and authorize the Chair of the Board to sign the attached resolution to establish a no parking zone on the east and west sides of East Street (County Road 100) between the City of Woodland limit and County Road 25A; and
  2. Authorize the Department of Community Services to install and maintain necessary signs for enforcement.
Strategic Plan Goal(s)
Safe Communities
Reason for Recommended Action/Background
Approval of the attached resolution will establish a no parking zone using ‘No Parking Anytime’ signs along the east and west sides of East Street (County Road 100) between the City of Woodland and County Road (CR) 25A. The no parking zone will be approximately 3,950 feet on both sides of the road between the City of Woodland limit to CR 25A. The parking restrictions will provide an unobstructed path for two-way traffic, promote clear lines of sight at driveways, and discourage trespass of motorists onto private railroad right-of-way.
On July 30, 2021, Public Works Division staff received a complaint regarding safety concerns about a recreational vehicle (RV) parked on the west side shoulder of East Street, between the City of Woodland limit and CR 25A. County staff performed a review of this section of East Street, and though the RV was not located, staff observed other vehicles parked on the east side shoulder of East Street.
Several factors exist on East Street between the City of Woodland limit and CR 25A that make a no parking zone appropriate and an enhancement to safety:
  • Along East Street there are insufficient shoulders on both sides for vehicles to park off of the roadway, making the road too narrow for on-street parking and two-way traffic.
  • Parked vehicles along both sides of this section of road are also a potential public safety concern as persons entering and exiting the vehicles that are parked on the shoulders, likely need to enter into the travel lanes due to the insufficient shoulder space.
  • On the west side of East Street parked vehicles, and persons entering and exiting these vehicles may inadvertently enter the private California Northern Railroad right-of-way that is immediately adjacent to the roadway on this section of the road and contains an active railway.
  • Vehicles parked on the east side of East Street may obstruct the visibility of oncoming traffic for vehicles merging onto the roadway from the private driveways that are located along this section of the road.
Currently, the City of Woodland has a no parking zone established on the section of East Street between Sports Park Drive/County Road 24A and the city limit to the south, in the area of the Woodland Community & Senior Center. The parking restrictions being proposed in the attached resolution would in effect continue the no parking zone to the south to CR 25A, and create a uniform no parking zone along East Street.
Collaborations (including Board advisory groups and external partner agencies)
County Counsel approved the Resolution as to form.
Competitive Bid Process

Fiscal Impact
Fiscal impact (see budgetary detail below)
Fiscal Impact (Expenditure)
Total cost of recommended action:    $   16,000
Amount budgeted for expenditure:    $   16,000
Additional expenditure authority needed:    $   0
One-time commitment     Yes
Source of Funds for this Expenditure
Explanation (Expenditure and/or Revenue)
Further explanation as needed:
The cost of the recommended action includes materials and road maintenance staff labor and is recommended to be pulled out of the Department of Community Services Road Fund in the amount of $16,000. This amount is already budgeted as part of FY20-21.
Att. A. Resolution
Att. B. Location Map

Form Review
Inbox Reviewed By Date
Nicholas Burton Nicholas Burton 09/27/2021 08:57 AM
Taro Echiburu Taro Echiburu 09/27/2021 09:40 AM
Financial Services Shelby Milliren 09/27/2021 10:36 AM
County Counsel Hope Welton 09/27/2021 11:25 AM
Form Started By: Todd Riddiough Started On: 09/16/2021 11:30 AM
Final Approval Date: 10/01/2021


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