Residential permit parking is coming to the 800 and 900 blocks of Russell. Please read the following blog for more information:
How do you get a Parking Permit?
Residents who completed the Residential Permit Parking Petition prior to April 8 will be mailed a Parking Permit application form. Those who did not complete the petition by that date can find the application form on the Public Works webpage:
https://www.nashville.gov/Portals/0/SiteContent/pw/docs/permits/Residential%20Parking%20Permit%20Application.pdf or at the Public Works Office. Submit the application for processing to Diane Marshall. Her contact Information: phone (615-880-2455), email (email@example.com), fax (615-880-2012). You have the option of obtaining your permit from her office at Public Works, 570 S. 5th Street.
When does it go into effect?
Public Works will install the Residential Permit Parking signs for the 800 and 900 blocks around April 25th. Enforcement will not begin immediately.
What are the conditions of our Residential Permit Parking?
Residential Permit Parking was proposed because the residents on the 800 and 900 blocks of Russell Street were experiencing a scarcity of on-street parking and because off-street parking is not available for many.
The proposal was approved by the Traffic and Parking Commission on April 8, 2019.
6/7/2019 11:48:59 am
I live on Fatherland street and we have residential parking here. A police officer came by the other day and was writing tickets for those cars on street without permits. I mentioned that he would be busy once Russell got their restricted parking signs up. He said he has told the traffic people and Bret Withers that with a two hour “permission” on sign for non-resident parking he will be unable to enforce this new requirement. He will have no idea when the two hou4 people came and parked there. Wh6 all this difficulty for Russel” when Fatherland got our “home” spots so easily is a mystery . Sorry all this preparation and neighborhood desire for parkin* in front of their houses will not happen for Russell street. Tina Th9msen
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