The Mid-City Community Parking District meets on the fourth Wednesday of every month. The group works to increase parking options, creates safe and friendly streets, increases pedestrian activity, advances alternative transportation options and promotes economic revitalization. We foster community cooperation through creative collaborations that enhance the vitality of our businesses, sustain the health of our residential community, and promote a model cohesive neighborhood.
The Parking Meter District Program was established in 1997 and there are currently three designated parking meter districts in the City. The program distributes a portion of the parking meter revenue to the designated districts and the funds may be used for parking lots, parking structures, valet parking, signage, landscaping, maintenance, and security. The three designated districts are in the downtown, Uptown, and Mid-City communities. The districts have been able to set aside 45 percent of parking revenues to be used on parking solutions in their respective districts. The El Cajon Boulevard BID serves as the fiscal agent and administrator for the Mid-City Parking Meter District. The most recent budget can be found here.