Where will handicap individuals and senior citizens park?
  • The City of Royal Oak recognizes the importance of handicap parking throughout Downtown Royal Oak. All parking lots and structures throughout the city have handicap parking spaces and are in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act. The city has transformed the once private lot between the Library and City Hall to a public parking lot with four handicap parking spaces. Two additional handicap spaces were added in the Lot P2. 
  • As with all city parking garages, the new 581 space structure will also include handicap spaces.

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1. How did this Royal Oak development project come to fruition?
2. How will this project be paid for?
3. What is the cost to taxpayers? Will taxes increase?
4. Will the public be invited to give input/feedback on the new park?
5. Can't the facility issues with City Hall and the police station be fixed? Why not just repair the existing building?
6. How will the new City Hall benefit residents?
7. Will parking spaces be lost?
8. Will the police monitor the new structure?
9. Where will handicap individuals and senior citizens park?
10. Are businesses closing because of the development?
11. Who owns the 11 Mile parking garage?
12. How many handicap parking spots will be in the 11 Mile parking garage?