To devise and implement parking management solutions for resolution of undesirable parking impacts in University Heights.

Parking Information

The City of San Diego's parking regulations help maximize available parking, maintain traffic flow, and enhance public safety. These regulations complement the City's committment to promote a quality living environment for residents and visitors.

For more information on parking in the Uptown area, please visit the following web sites:


Take Our Survey!

The University Heights Community Parking District actively strives to improve pedestrian safety, traffic flow and parking availability in University Heights. To that end, please take a moment to download, complete and return one or more of our community surveys below. We value your input and will use the information to make University Heights an even better place to live!

UH Pedestrian Survey

UH Resident Parking Survey

UH Business Owner Parking Survey

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Meeting Location and Schedule

The University Heights Community Parking District meets the first Wednesday of each month at 6:30 p.m. at the University Heights Community Development Corporation, 4452 Park Boulevard, Suite 104, San Diego 92116.

Past Parking Projects

  • Bike lanes on Madison, Maryland and Cleveland

  • Pedestrian Refuge Crosswalk at Trolley Barn Park

  • 4-way stop signs at Adams & Louisiana/Panorama

  • Additional striping along parallel parked cars on Adams between Louisiana/E. Panorama and Alabama/W. Panorama

  • Design for center median with angled parking on North Ave., since # of curb cuts diminished the number of on street parking spaces – were unable to get 75% of the required support from property owners on that street

  • Had S.D. School District sign petition to add angled parking on Meade between Park Blvd. and North Ave. in front of playing field fence.

  • Participated with other Community Parking Districts (CPDs) in the Parking 101 Brochure design, contents and publication

  • UHCDC-CPD Board Member sat on City’s Parking Task Force to implement parking improvements and policy changes within the City most of which were approved by the City Council

  • UHCDC-CPD Board Member, Ernie Bonn, appointed by Mayor to represent Council District 3 on City’s Parking Advisory Board

  • Facilitated Parking Workshop for businesses and residents  to identify needs and problems

  • Drafted Phase 1 Mobility Study with Parking Consultant to initiate improvements to increase parking, analyze the current parking and other curb uses within the commercial district and to identify possible increases on Georgia, North Ave. and the east/west streets

  • Initiated evaluations by City to lessen speeding on Mission Ave.

Current Parking Projects

  • North Ave. Parking Project –  Pursue the option of creating 90-degree, or head-in parking, along a portion of North Ave., working closely with community representatives

  • Park Boulevard Parking Management Plan – Optimize parking in commercial areas for the benefit of commercial interests, and parking in residential zones for the benefit of residents.  Initiating a survey among the business owners and meeting with a group of them to consult about changes or modifications of the parking regulations in force on Park Boulevard with an eye to improving the parking situation.

  • Adams Ave. Improvement Plan – Review the possibility of parking meters or limited parking zones adjacent to businesses on Adams Ave., working with the community to develop an appropriate plan of action.

  • Attend MidCity Parking Task Force and City’s Parking Advisory Board meetings.

Contact Information

Ernestine Bonn, (619) 297-3166, uhcdc@netzero.net

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P.O. Box 3115 • San Diego, CA 92163 • (619) 297-3166