Fisch, Lee, and McMorrin follow the YIMBY playbook to forever change R-1 single family zones. They advocate for parking reductions. Cities make car parking scarce when they want to build densely packed homes. Fewer required parking spots at homes and businesses give way to condos and apartments. But that’s not what the residents of Culver City want.
The City ran an official survey, which had a number of problems with its biased questions. The survey tried to determine the opinions of residents about their experiences with mobility, transportation, and parking.
The results show a strong dislike for the YIMBY ideas. Here are some key takeaways:
- Residents do not support parking reductions
- Residents do not support parking maximums
- Almost half of the residents do not think they have sufficient parking in their own neighborhoods
- A large majority of residents do not think they have sufficient parking in commercial corridors
- A majority of residents do think they have adequate bike lanes and live in transit-friendly areas
This survey is important. It demonstrates that the residents do not support the YIMBY upzoning agenda to forever change our neighborhoods.
This City Council and City Government both have significantly low job approval ratings right now. It is essential that they hear from you. Tell them: No to upzoning. No to parking reductions. No to parking maximums. Instead, we advocate for the City to engage neighborhoods in community workshops to collaboratively solve local issues.
At the May 25, 2022 Planning Commission meeting, this topic will be discussed. The survey results will be part of that discussion, and we encourage you to attend. You can read the full survey results below: