Information on this topic:

Other Articles in this Section:

What's Up in the Village
Don't Miss "State of the Village" April 14 at 6:00 p.m.
Less Red, More Parking Coming to Third Mutual
There will be Fireworks (Literally!) at the Village Fourth of July Celebration
Pavement Rehabilitation Work Scheduled for El Toro Road
Budget Meetings for Development of the 2018 Business Plan
Upcoming SCE Planned Power Outages for some areas in United Mutual
Do You Have Professional Fund-Raising Experience?
Register Guests online with Dwelling Live
Faster WiFi at Community Facilities Now Available
Third Mutual Receives PTO on Eight of 12 Solar Installations
It’s Moving Day for Cable Customer Service!
Weekly Destination Shopping Brought to You by the Easy Rider
Hop On the Easy Rider to Get a Free Milkshake!
Building and Block Captains Needed!
United's Deal with the Sun is Complete!
Security Alert: Bicycle Thefts on the Rise
Hide it, Lock it, or Lose it: Golf Cart Key Edition
Don’t Delay! Get your RFID Decal
Ageless Ballet with Elsie
New Tennis Instructor Chang Kyu Bae
Monthly Set Top Box Rental Fee Restructure Elimination of the Digital Deluxe Fee
Conducting Business in Your Manor
United Residents Asked to Cast Their Vote for Vinyl Flooring
Volunteer Opportunity: Become a Friendly Visitor!
Missing Your Trash Can?
How to Report Water Waste
Electric Vehicle Owners: Avoid an Overloaded Circuit, Take These Steps
Par 3 Lounge Now Open
Introducing the Thrive Project
Avoid the Scams!

Less Red, More Parking Coming to Third Mutual

Third Mutual kicks off its red curb removal campaign on June 19!  In order to find out how bad the parking situation is in the mutual and where the situation is the most troublesome, the Board commissioned a survey of the mutual, performed by Urban Crossroads (click here to download the report). The Board set up a task force to review the results, and come up with an action plan to create more spaces and limit the number of vehicles where possible.

The task force recommended the removal of red curbs by sand blasting in 48 cul-de-sacs, which will free up over 700 parking spaces. This approach is more affordable and more aesthetically pleasing than converting grass to parking spaces, which would cost about $7,000 per space.

Composed: 06/19/2017 | Modified: 06/19/2017