Will parking be included in the design?

The City created a parking committee, comprised of City staff, downtown merchants and other key individuals to study parking concerns in the current downtown area and the future needs for the development. A formal parking study was performed, and it was determined that Downtown Phase II would include a 300-space parking structure to serve the needs of the new offices proposed in the development. The structure will be located at the end of Clinton Street at Morse Road and will be hidden, tucked behind and in between the office buildings being proposed in that location. The structure would be designed to blend with the architecture of the new development and the surrounding neighborhoods, similar to was was done in the First and Main area.

The parking structure is illustrated in purple below. The blue buildings are offices.Current Plan Map

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1. What is Downtown Phase II?
2. What is Issue 11 on the May 7 Primary Election ballot?
3. How will the proposed project traffic be addressed?
4. What will the architecture look like?
5. Who's paying for Downtown Phase II?
6. How will storm water from the project be addressed?
7. Will parking be included in the design?
8. Will my taxes go up because of Downtown Phase II?
9. Has the City considered putting a City Hall, Rec Center or park in the development?
10. What is Tax Increment Financing (TIF)?
11. Will there be Section 8 housing?
12. What's the status of the Windstream property at 94 Owen Brown?