Planning Department Discussion of Draft Bike Parking Ordinance

Planning has a discussion draft of proposed ordinance available for public comment. Planning will also hold a public hearing on March 30th at 1:00 PM at City Hall, room 1010 that you are invited to attend.

Rye Baerg, a UCLA Urban Planning Masters Student, LACBC researcher, and City Planning Intern, is currently working with LA Planning’s Code Studies Division to revise the bicycle parking ordinance in the LA Zoning Code. Rye and City Planning have drafted a proposed ordinance with input from various city departments and are now soliciting input on the draft.

Read more about this on the LACBC blog. View the draft ordinance here.

To submit comments on the ordinance contact Tom Rothmann at LA City Planning: tom.rothmann@lacity.org or 213-978-1891.

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