To address potential reduction of operable indoor space due to social distancing requirements, the City of Carlsbad is processing requests to allow for temporary use of public sidewalks and private parking lots – which sounds better than closing State St. altogether. Win-win?
Carlsbad Outdoor Dining
by Jim the Realtor | Jun 15, 2020 | Carlsbad, Jim's Take on the Market, Local Flavor, Local Government | 4 comments
As you head out to enjoy some of the reopened activities, please be aware of some new parking enforcement taking place around transit centers.
Starting in June, only transit users may park in North County Transit District lots, and this will be actively enforced.
In the Village on north State Street many people had gotten used to parking in the train station lot.
We have several city lots in the Village, you might just need to plan ahead for a short walk to your final destination.
good lord, just close State St to cars and be done with it already. The Village needs to be more pedestrian friendly.
One way down Elm, errrr…..I mean Carlsbad Village from the 5 to the beach would be a good idea too. Use the extra space for bikes. Electric bike sales have skyrocketed since the lock down.
Wouldn’t that be something if the city never addresses a parking structure and citizens buy scooters instead?
It would look like this: