Parking Consultant Update From the City of North Myrtle Beach


A Request for Proposals (RFP) for a parking consultant or firm to assist the City in developing short-term and long-term public parking plans for North Myrtle Beach has been issued.

Responses to the RFP are due by the close of business on August 24.

It is projected that selection of a consultant would occur around mid-September, and that the successful consultant would start work soon thereafter.

As part of the consulting process, ideas and concerns will be solicited from City Council, City staff, residents, businesses and the general public. SCDOT will also participate in the process.

Final approval of resulting short-term and long-term public parking plans rests with City Council.

A short-term public parking plan would be implemented in spring/summer 2019.

A long-term public parking plan would identify phases to be implemented over several years, together with potential costs and potential revenue sources.

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