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District 11 (D11) Parking Survey

Click here to take the on line English version of the Excelsior - Mission Terrace/Cayuga Parking Survey


The SFMTA’s Parking and Curb Management team is working with District 11 Supervisor Ahsha Safaí and neighborhood groups to help address residents’ concerns about the limited availability of on-street parking and the increasing occurrence of illegal parking.

The Excelsior and Mission Terrace /Cayuga Parking Survey, sent to all households in early March, will gather information about the nature and cause of neighborhood parking issues and provide an opportunity for residents to voice their opinion about Residential Permit Parking. 

Please note that at this time there is no formal proposal for RPP in the Excelsior and Mission Terrace/Cayuga.

Residential Permit Parking (RPP) was established in 1976 as a way to protect residential neighborhoods from increased traffic and commuter parking due to proximity to large traffic generators, such as employment districts, transit stations, hospitals and universities.  There are currently 31 RPP Areas in San Francisco.  In areas with RPP, time limits are established to discourage commuter parking, and residents with RPP permits are exempt from these time limits.  (Please visit our website for more information about RPP.)

Complete the survey onlineEspañol (Spanish),  中文 (Chinese) and Filipino; translations of the survey are also available to download.  Please mail completed surveys by March 30, 2019 to:

SFMTA--Parking and Curb Management
1 South Van Ness, 8th Floor
San Francisco, CA 94103

Contact Information 
Kathryn Studwell