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[PROPOSAL FP.0239] Private parkings

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PRIVATE PARKING GARAGES

 

SAN ANDREAS DEPARTMENT OF URBAN DEVELOPMENT

FP.0239

 

December 23, 2019

 

Government of Brendan Finney

 

 

This urban development proposal is addressed to the San Andreas Congress and requires a review and approval. It is submitted in public and viewable by all citizens in order for them to follow the process.

 

The plan proposes the implementation of private indoor parking garages that can be purchased by anyone in San Andreas. The locations presented in this proposal do not require major urban redevelopment, with exception of two additional locations and a variant on one of the existing locations. The proposed additional locations is to expand the amount of available parking garages.

 

Private indoor parking garages improve the parking problem in crowded areas and hotspots, particular in Los Santos, and offers citizens to park their vehicles in a secured manner. Indoor parking reduces the disruption of traffic and the violation of laws related to traffic. Perhaps a lower property tax rate can apply to garages, which means they would still generate state income.  

 

The parking garages can be purchased for an certain price, based on its location and its size. The plan offers three sizes of garages: one vehicle, four vehicles and six vehicles. One individual can only purchase one private garage. 

 

Currently there are five selected locations that could be renovated and renewed to private parking garages. 

 

I. Inbetween Willowfield and El Corona, vacant area near abandoned factories.

In principle, this location offers space for four separate garages, as shown on photo A. It can easily be expanded to eight separate garages, as shown on photo B.

 

II. Central Market, close to the Market Mall.

This location offers over eight existing parking garages, which do not require redevelopment. 

 

III. Central Market, close to the studios.

Together with location II, it is selected based on its central location. It requires to construct the garage as shown on the photo. It offers four separate garages.

 

IV. Pershing Square, western side.

Location IV offers four separate garages and is chosen based on its central location. 

 

V. Idlewood, close to Idlewood Pay and Spray.

This location offers four separate garages and does not exist yet. It requires to construct the garage as shown on the photo.

 

 


 

LOCATIONS DISPLAYED ON THE MAP.

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LOCATION I.

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LOCATION II.

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LOCATION III.

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LOCATION IV.

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LOCATION V.

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Above locations are selected to cover the entire city of Los Santos. This plan currently focuses on Los Santos and can be considered a pilot. Private parking garages can be expanded to San Fierro and Las Venturas when this pilot proves to be a success.

 

The price of a private parking garage could vary from $20,000 for a one vehicle garage up to $110,000 for a six vehicles garage in the suburban district. For downtown districts, the price of a one vehicle garage could vary from $50,000 for a one vehicle garage up to $250,000 for a six vehicles garage. 

 

 


 

GARAGES.

 

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PRECONDITIONS.

 

  • A person can only purchase one parking garage.
  • Parking garages to be set as regular properties, e.g. with a different icon.
  • Parking garages can be entered by /enter and exited by /exit.
  • Parking garages can be locked, unlocked or breached when a suspect is inside.
  • The property requires slots to avoid persons misusing smaller garages to park more vehicles.
  • The regular tax system applies, possibly with a lower tax rate e.g. 1% up to 2%.
  • The regular property burglary system applies to parking garages.
  • The size of the interior should somewhat aesthetically match the exterior.
  • Locations I.B, III and V require a map. No objects were removed and the property blends in with the surroundings.
  • The prices are an indication of what could be reasonable.

  • The garages can also be set at owned houses, provided that the value of the property increases.

  • The parking garages cannot be accessed by trucks.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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PRIVATE PARKING GARAGES

 

SAN ANDREAS DEPARTMENT OF URBAN DEVELOPMENT

FP.0239

 

The Office of the Governor has not received information and is not aware of the stage of the review process by the Congress. The Secretary of Urban Development is looking into this.

 

Kind regards,

The Office of the Governor

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