Be Careful Where You Park in San Diego!
Posted March 8, 2014
Visiting the hospital is bad enough, but parking around the facility is often a nightmare, especially in urban areas where the growth of the hospital has eaten into available parking. That's sometimes an issue at a Kaiser facility in San Diego, California, where staff and patients alike sometimes resort to street parking around the hospital due to lack of parking or a desire to park somewhere more convenient.
Residents are tired of having their San Diego concrete taken up with visitors, as this makes it difficult for them to accommodate guests -- and the unwanted visitors create more traffic, road noise, litter, and problems like blocked driveways. They've started to retaliate with polite reminders on unfamiliar cars alerting people to the fact that the hospital provides substantial free parking that should be sufficient for their needs...and residents are starting to think of creating a permit parking district to discourage parking scroungers!View original post.