Introducing Parking Matters:  A Strategic Plan for Parking + Mobility in Savannah
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Have you ever been frustrated by parking downtown? 
Do you avoid downtown because of parking challenges? 
Do you have ideas about better ways to move in and around town? 

Now is the time to get involved in the creation of a Parking and Mobility Strategic Plan for greater downtown Savannah in three easy ways!


1.     Take Our Survey

Tell us what you think in this quick online survey!  The questions are slightly different for residents, employees, tourists, etc., so we invite you to repeat the survey more than once, varying your responses as necessary to provide the level of detail required to capture your experiences.  The survey should take approximately 5 – 8 minutes to complete.


2.     Attend Our Community Workshop

Join our first community workshop!  This interactive workshop will occur in an open house format, so you may stop by at your convenience and stay as little or as long as you’d like!

Parking Matters Community Workshop
Tuesday, April 14, 2015

4 p.m. – 7 p.m.

Coastal Georgia Center, 305 Fahm Street
Download Meeting Flyer


3.     Visit  

The project website,, includes additional information about the Parking Matters Strategic Plan and will be updated on a regular basis.  Here you will be able to find maps, data, and information produced throughout the study.  All community workshops, public presentations, and survey links will be listed here as well.  You can also join our email list to receive updates throughout the project.


The creation of this plan is an initiative of the CORE MPO/Chatham County-Savannah Metropolitan Planning Commission and the City of Savannah.  Questions or comments about the study may be directed to    


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This study will identify strategies, policies, regulations, operations and investments to enhance the vitality of the greater downtown area, provide mobility options and to provide adequate parking for residents, visitors, businesses and future economic development opportunities.
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