Construction Parking Management Plan
On February 11, 2015, the City Commission adopted Ordinance 2015-3922 amending Chapter 106 of the City Code in order to require a Construction Parking Management Plan (CPMP) as part of the building permit process. All construction projects with a value of $250,000 or higher require an approved CPMP in order to obtain a building and/or grading and shoring permit.
The purpose of the CPMP is to reduce construction employee vehicle parking impacts related to the proposed construction; contain construction related parking to project site and areas approved by the City; reduce construction noise impacts to the greatest extent technically and economically feasible; and minimize off-site dust and air quality impacts per best management practices.
See link below for information on obtaining your building permit:
Once your building permit is in the system you can submit your CPMP application for review by the Parking Department. The application may be downloaded from the link below.
It is important that you provide all the required documentation (listed below and on the application) in addition to filling out the CPMP application. The following information is required:
For on-site parking:
-A site plan drawing showing the following:
-On-site parking spaces (minimum 8.5’x18′ per parking space)
-Entrance and exits to the construction site
-Fencing (if any)
-Material staging areas
For off-site parking:
-Location of off-site parking.
-Proof of lease or written approval from the off-site parking property owner.
-Transportation plan showing how employees will get to and from jobsite from off-site parking location.
Please be advised that city owned parking facilities and on-street metered parking locations will not be considered a proper parking area for construction employees, subcontractors or contractors. These locations may only be used for loading, deliveries and supplies and are handled separately via our space rental program.
Please email the completed application with the supporting documents to email@example.com
For further details regarding ordinance 2015-3922 please click on the link below.
An affidavit in lieu of CPMP is available ONLY for the permit types listed below under certain conditions:
- Change of contractor ONLY IF the new contractor is using the same approved CPMP as the previous contractor.
- New Permit for Mechanical Equipment Replacement ONLY IF the Permit is for an exact changeout.
- New Permit for Subcontractor ONLY IF the Master Permit already has an approved CPMP.