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Parking Review Group seeks public input for Downtown parking needs

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Rochester City Manager Blaine Cox is pleased to announce a Downtown Parking Survey, created by the Parking Review Group. The survey aims to solicit public input specific to downtown parking needs.

Formed by Cox in March 2022, the Parking Review Group is made up of elected officials, city staff, and members of the business community. Its mission includes planning for downtown parking needs, improving parking management, and fostering a walkable downtown for both residents and visitors alike.

Shanna B. Saunders, Planning and Development Director and staff liaison to the group, says that the survey is meant for everyone, not just people that already live and work downtown.

“We want to hear from everyone that may have parked downtown in the past year,” said Saunders. “Whether you’re downtown all the time or not often at all  take the survey! We want to hear from you.”

The survey is can be completed online by visiting www.rochesternh.gov/planning-development or by clicking here. The deadline for submissions is September 30th.

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