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File #: 15-410    Version: 1
Type: Other Proposal Status: Passed
File created: 11/4/2015 In control: Judicial Council
On agenda: 12/11/2015 Final action: 12/11/2015
Title: Court Facilities: Public Parking Rate Increase in Los Angeles County and Transition from Free to Paid Parking at the Superior Court of Orange County's Harbor Justice Center (Action Required)
Attachments: 1. 15-410

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Court Facilities: Public Parking Rate Increase in Los Angeles County and Transition from Free to Paid Parking at the Superior Court of Orange County’s Harbor Justice Center (Action Required)

 

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Summary

Summary

Per section 7.b of the Judicial Council’s Court Public Parking Management Policy, which became effective August 21, 2015, the council will consider and act on any parking-related issue based on recommendations made by council staff. Real Estate and Facilities Management staff proposes a parking rate increase across the parking contract, and a transition from free to paid parking at the Superior Court of Orange County’s Harbor Justice Center. The branch facility management program will benefit from these approvals in the form of collection of an estimated $194,000 ($388,000 revenue times an average 50% efficiency return rate) from the rate increase and $204,000 from the Harbor Justice Center annually, with this revenue then being directly available for statewide facility operations and maintenance. The funding is required for continued operation and maintenance of the branch facility portfolio of over 500 facilities in excess of 20 million square feet.

 

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Recommendation

Recommendation

Real Estate and Facilities Management staff recommends that the Judicial Council, effective January 1, 2016:

1.                     Approve the proposed parking rate increase, which is applicable to 14 facilities and results in an updated range of $6 to $10 for daily parking and an updated range of $65 to $150 for a monthly parking pass. Expected net gain from the increase is $194,000 annually for deposit in the Court Facilities Trust Fund (CFTF).

2.                     Approve the proposed parking rate transition from free to paid parking at the Superior Court of California, County of Orange, Harbor Justice Center. Expected net gain from the transition is $204,000 annually for deposit in the CFTF.

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