A Resolution of the City Council of Homer, Alaska, Amending the Fee Schedule for Port and Harbor Long Term Parking Fees. City Clerk/Port and Harbor Advisory Commission.
CITY OF HOMER
Port and Harbor Advisory Commission
A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF HOMER, ALASKA, AMENDING THE FEE SCHEDULE FOR PORT AND HARBOR LONG TERM PARKING FEES.
WHEREAS, The Port and Harbor Advisory Commission reviewed the 2011 parking season that included the new parking requirements; and
WHEREAS, To accommodate the customers who need to park their vehicle for more than seven days and likely less than ninety days in a calendar year, the commission recommended a monthly parking fee option for long-term parking; and
WHEREAS, The option of a month-to-month long-term parking fee will decrease the amount of office transactions and reduce enforcement efforts to encourage compliance.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the City Council hereby amends the City of Homer Fee Schedule as follows:
Parking fees to be collected at Ramp 1, Ramp 2, Ramp 3 and Ramp 4 seasonally (Memorial Day through Labor Day). Parking fee is $5 per calendar day. Posted parking time limits will be established and enforced as per Homer city code 10.04.100.
Seasonal permits for day use parking (Ramps 1-4): $250.00.
Long Term parking permits required for Vehicles 20’ or less parked in excess of seven (7) consecutive 24-hour days.
Long Term Parking annual permit (January 1st through December 31st): fee $200.00.
Long Term Parking annual permit fee for vessel owners paying annual moorage in the Homer Harbor: fee $100.00.
Vehicles over 20’ and trailers are not
eligible for long term parking permits.
Monthly parking permit for vehicles less than 20’: fee $70.00 for 30 consecutive days.
Monthly parking permit for vehicles over 20’: fee $85.00 for 30 consecutive days in a portion of Lot 9 only.
Long term parking will be enforced year around.
Parking lot restrictions for long term parking, May 1 through October 1, as depicted on attached map (Attachment A).
Existing code definitions for restricted parking, vehicles, junk vehicles, and fines for violations apply.
Fines, $25.00 per calendar day, limited to $250.00 fine per calendar year, with $200.00 of the fine credited towards the long term parking annual permit.
PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of Homer, Alaska, this ______ day of ___________, 2012.
CITY OF HOMER
JAMES C. HORNADAY, MAYOR
JO JOHNSON, CMC, CITY CLERK
Fiscal Note: Revenue amounts not defined in CY2012 budget.