District IV Supervisor Karen Mitchoff
We live in an ever-evolving economy with constant change in community needs, and serving constituents in District IV is my #1 Priority. I encourage you to contact me directly with any questions or concerns you might have.
I look forward to seeing you around the community!
As part of the Plaza improvements at Concord Station, BART will need to temporarily close some Fee and relocate some Permit parking spaces at the station. BART will post signs 72 hours in advance of removing/relocating spaces.
Starting April 3, BART closed off approximately 115 parking spaces in the Fee lot north of the station near Park and Grant streets. We relocated the Carpool Permit spaces to south of the station. Please see map (above) and look for the new signs for the Carpool Permit spaces south of the station in the lot near Mt. Diablo St. and Oakland Avenue. This will be the new permanent Carpool parking location.
There is additional BART parking available in a lot bordered by Mesa Street south of the station. You can enter the lot off of Mesa Street at Crawford. There is another entrance west of Crawford on Mesa.
The contractor will set up a staging area in the Permit lot between Prospect and Atlantic St. to house equipment, supplies, and a trailer. The Permit spaces will be relocated to the lot between Prospect and Laguna streets. There will be no loss of Permit spaces. The relocated spaces will remain Permit parking after construction which will add over 50 new Permit spaces at the station.
The Plaza improvements will result in better lighting, easier access to the BART station, and improved overall appearance, with better access to downtown as well.
There will be signs and BART personnel present to assist when the temporary space closures/relocations take place. During construction, pedestrian access in and around the station may change periodically. Please proceed around construction areas with caution and watch for signs with safety information and other notices.
Transportation from vehicles is one of the largest sources of air pollution in Contra Costa County, representing 47 percent of total greenhouse gas emissions in 2013. These emissions have negative impacts on our health, including aggregated asthma, coughing or difficult breathing, decreased lung function, cardiovascular problems, and bronchitis. The U.S. Department of Energy estimates that idling in personal vehicles wastes about three billion gallons of fuel annually.
The Board of Supervisors adopted a new resolution to proclaim a local emergency arising out of the damage caused by the series of storms in January and February 2017. This allows the County to potentially seek funding relief for response and damage repairs for emergency responses to the continuing storms during this time period.
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