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Assistant Director/City Engineer
John Wulf P.E.
314-290-8546
jwulf@ci.clayton.mo.us

Parking

Davis Place Subdivision
Eastern Parking Restrictions

Over a considerable period of time, the City has received requests to modify on-street parking in the Davis Place Subdivision to meet the needs of the residents and Central Presbyterian Church.  In response to these requests, City Staff’s goal has been to find an appropriate balance among the sometimes competing interests of safe vehicular transit, reasonable access to driveways and on-street parking for residents, their guests, and those attending services and other events at Central Presbyterian Church.  Considerable input was received from a variety of stakeholders including the trustees, church representatives and residents through response to City surveys as well as additional subsequent input.  On April 9, 2013, the Board of Aldermen passed an Ordinance revising the on-street parking restrictions to eastern portions of the Davis Place Subdivision.  Per the Ordinance, these restrictions are effective as of June 1, 2014.  Below is a map of the approved on-street parking restrictions.  Note that only the areas with yellow and orange lines have changed.

2014-06-01 Parking Restrictions Map

The Public Works Department will begin installing the on-street parking restriction signage Monday, June 2nd.  For those Clayton residents that do not have “Green” Zone 4 parking stickers and hang tags to park in areas with exceptions for residents, you may obtain them from the Traffic Violations Bureau at the Clayton Police Station, 10 S Brentwood Blvd, Mon–Fri, 8am–5pm.  Stickers are limited to the number of vehicles owned by each resident or residential family.  You will need to complete an application and provide proof of residency via your driver’s license or utility bill; either of which must have your Clayton address.  Also, you have to provide the year, make, model and the license plate number of each vehicle that requires a sticker.  Up to five visitor hang tags may also be obtained per housing unit for use by visitors, guests (both short-term and overnight), domestics and service people.  Please direct any questions regarding stickers and hang tags to our Traffic Violations Bureau at (314) 290-8441.

Police enforcement will initially begin on June 2nd with a communication campaign to familiarize users of the on-street parking with the new regulations.  During this time warning tickets will be issued.  Violations will be issued starting June 16th.

Thank you for your patience during this effort by City Staff to meet the needs of the community.

Below are copies of past correspondence from the City to the residents in the eastern portion of the Davis Place Subdivision.