Purpose:

This policy identifies the intended use of the upper-level parking (with good access to the church building for those who need it) and designates Visitor parking.

Policy

Upper-Level Parking

  1. Six (6) parking spaces in the upper lot shall be reserved for individuals with disabled or handicapped parking permits. These spaces will meet Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) guidelines, including marking and signage.

  2. One (1) parking space in the upper lot shall be designated for vehicles delivering members/friends from Sherwood Oaks.

  3. The remaining parking spaces in the upper lot shall be reserved for individuals for whom climbing the stairs from the lower lot is a problem, e.g., those with an injury or limiting condition, or of advanced age, but without a disabled or handicapped permit. These spaces shall be designated and their purpose shall be communicated to the congregation. Spaces set aside for this purpose will be used on the ‘honor system’.

  4. The Upper-Level parking designations shall apply during those times when the facility is “open to the public”, e.g. during church services and functions. Unrestricted use of these spaces shall be allowed during “off hours” or for such things as workgroups, small meetings, etc. The Upper Side Level parking shall be reserved at all times. Upper Side Level Parking. There are four (4) parking spaces on the side of the upper level

Upper Side Level Parking.

There are four (4) parking spaces on the side of the upper-level lot, toward Bellwood, which shall be reserved: two (2) for staff and two (2) for tenant.

Visitor Parking

The section of the lower lot immediately to the left of the steps (as one looks at the steps from the bottom) shall be designated as “Visitor Parking”. Signage at the entrance to the lower lot shall welcome visitors and point the way toward the designated parking. Signs shall also indicate availability of drop-off and/or parking in the upper level for those who need it.

Approved by the UUCNH Board of Trustees: 02/14/2011

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