Sacramento County supervisors on Tuesday will consider requiring parking permits in the McClaren Drive neighborhood.
Some residents have requested the requirement because drivers park there when visiting William B. Pond Park, said Dan Regan, spokesman for the county transportation department. Residents would get the annual passes free of charge.
The neighborhood would be included in the county’s residential parking program, created a decade ago to address similar problems along the American River Parkway and other places that attract a lot of visitors.
Part of the McClaren Drive neighborhood was included in the program four years ago. Tuesday’s vote would expand it to include a block of Arden Way and a block of Gary Way.