Waterfront Lot Phase 2
Waterfront Lot Phase 2, Marina Parking Lot Improvement Project – Waterfront Lot Phase 2, Marina Parking Lot Improvement Project – Map of Work Area Monday and Tuesday we will continue to complete the installation of the storm drain manhole. Crews will also work on cleaning up the site and completing the asphalt paving (conforms) around all concrete edges prior to turning it over to the public. Wednesday and Thursday (5/24-5/25) crew will temporarily stripe the parking lot for public use (See Site Layout). The parking lot and new exit lane will remain open throughout the Memorial Day weekend and up until we are ready to prep for final paving. At that point we will repost "no parking signs accordingly".
The following activities will have more significant impacts to the parking lot:
6/8 - 6-9 We will survey the parking lot on
6/14 - 6/15 Profile Parking lot (Full Closure of lot)
6/20 Isolated repairs (as needed)
6/21 - 6/22 Pave Parking lot (Full Closure)
6/28 - 6/30 Stripe Parking lot
The work detailed above will complete the parking lot to about 90%. Any work near the PG&E equipment, will be scheduled accordingly after PG&E completes their relocation.
As of February 21, the gates at the Waterfront Lot were removed and the lot is now a self pay lot. Once the construction is complete, the Marina Lot and Waterfront Lot will operate as one lot referred to as the Waterfront Lot. With this change, the rate was adjusted. The rate in the existing Waterfront Lot was $1.00 per half hour with a daily max of $15.00. Now the rate is lower - $1.50 per hour with a daily max of $10.00 to match the Marina Lot rate. Courtesy notices (see sample below) will be issued letting visitors know of the change. Learn more about how to use the convenient ParkMobile app throughout Monterey on the ParkMobile web page at monterey.org/parking. The lot zone is #21031 using the app. Updates on the lot improvement project are posted at monterey.org/waterfront-lot-ph2.
The project will:
- Realign the parking lot to improve vehicular and pedestrian circulation;
- Rehabilitate the pavement; and
- Implement stormwater control measures to improve water quality discharged to the Monterey Bay.
Phase 1 Completed, Current Lot Layout, and Proposed Lot Layout
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