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Parking Projects

Kansas Street Crossing Funding

A major milestone has been passed in the association's effort to create a two- phase pedestrian crossing on El Cajon Boulevard at Kansas St. With continued support from Mayor Kevin Faulconer, Councilmember Chris Ward, and Circulate SD, the design is funded and should be...

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Speed Trailer = Safety

We received multiple requests to have a speed indicator on the east end of The Boulevard. The request came from business owners who expressed concern about speeding cars in the area which were causing a safety concern for pedestrians. In additional to empirical data from community members, multiple studies...

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New Bike Racks on The Boulevard

The Mid-City Community Parking District has been working with The City of San Diego to increase bike parking along El Cajon Boulevard. Thirty new racks were recently installed, bringing the total number to 126 racks. Studies have shown that bike parking spaces are better at generating...

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Bike Accommodation Study

The Mid-City Community Parking District has contracted with a transportation planner  to create a Bicycle Accommodation Plan for El Cajon Boulevard and 30th Street. Each street has a unique set of characteristics that require special consideration, so rather than designing a comprehensive plan, we are seeking...

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Over 100 Parking Spaces Gained

The El Cajon Boulevard BIA, through the Mid-City Community Parking District, worked for nearly four years to convert Oregon Street, from University Avenue to Adams Avenue, into head-in parking. The project yielded a gain of about 100 spaces with a simple re-striping of the asphalt. Petitions...

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Complete Boulevard Planning Study – August 23

Complete Boulevard Planning Study Tuesday, August 23 at 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM Join us to learn about and select preferred improvements for El Cajon Blvd, such as: crosswalks, bicycling, branding, landscaping, walking, parking and transit. Your input is crucial to the design of this important...

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