City Council reviews BSU downtown parking study

Wednesday, September 5, 2018

Anne Walker, Guido Giuntini and Steve Hall of Boise State University were in attendance to address the Mountain Home City Council about a parking study they conducted over a period of four weeks in July and Aug. The study was in relation to the Downtown Plan and parking spaces being slated for removal.

The study examined the current parking situation in Downtown Mountain Home and estimated the effect of parking availability after the proposed changes along the right-hand side of North Main St. and the left-hand side of North 2nd St. Downtown currently has 389 parking spots available in the downtown corridor, 53 of which are targeted for removal. Without the addition of parking spots in The Hub parking lot and Railroad Park, this will leave 336 spots available. For the full story, pick up a copy of the Mountain Home News or click on this link to subscribe to the newspaper's online edition.

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