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File #: 2021-999   
Type: Council Referral
Body: City Council
On agenda: 9/21/2021
Title: Consider Directing Staff to Publicly Share Information on Parking Recreational Vehicles. (Councilmember Herrera Spencer) [Not heard on June 15, July 6, 20 or September 7, 2021]
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Consider Directing Staff to Publicly Share Information on Parking Recreational Vehicles. (Councilmember Herrera Spencer) [Not heard on June 15, July 6, 20 or September 7, 2021]

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COUNCIL REFERRAL FORM

The Council can take any of the following actions:
1) Take no action.
2) Refer the matter to staff to schedule as a future City Council agenda item. Concurrence that staff time will be devoted to the item does not signify approval.
3) Take dispositive action only on time sensitive legislative matters if sufficiently noticed such that the public and Council have been provided sufficient information by the published agenda, and no formal published notice of a public hearing is required.

Name of Councilmember(s) requesting referral: Trish Herrera Spencer

Date of submission to City Clerk (must be submitted before 5:00 p.m. on the Monday two weeks before the Council meeting requested): May 31, 2021

Council Meeting date: June 15, 2021

Brief description of the subject to be printed on the agenda, sufficient to inform the City Council and public of the nature of the referral:

I recently asked Staff these questions: "Can people park their RV's indefinitely in Alameda off-street areas such as near the Main Street ferry? Is there a time limit or indefinitely?
What about at Alameda Point? As long as not on a street? In a parking lot is okay? Indefinitely as in no time limit? Any other places in the City to park RVs legally? Indefinitely?"

Staff did not provide answers which could be shared with the public.

This is the only Code section I could find that seems to be relevant, which specifies streets and not off-street parking.

8-7.11 - Recreational Vehicles, Trailers, and Boat Trailers: Prohibitions; Exceptions.
a. It shall be unlawful for any person to park or to leave unattended any recreational vehicle (as defined in Section 18010 of the Health and Safety Code), trailer (as defined in Section 630 of the Vehicle Code) or boat trailer (whether or not s...

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