Hundreds of Venice Residents said NO to OPDs in the Venice Coastal Zone
& The Coastal Commissioners listened.

The California Coastal Commission heard the Venice OPD issues at its June  11 2009 meeting and again at the June 10, 2010 meeting.
Each time it denied Overnight Permit Parking District (OPDs) in the Venice Coastal Zone.

Marina Del Rey, CA – June 2009 and June 2010  the California Coastal Commission rejected the Venice Coastal Application to create OPDs, which is permit parking system being used to remove homeless people living in vehicles from areas throughout the City of Los Angeles.

The local press has been covering the Venice RV and OPD issue routinely from the side of proponents of OPDS, but scores of Venice residents do not want the OPDs. Beachfront rental property owners, disenfranchised walkstreet residents, business owners, homeowners, renters, and RV dwellers all came to the Coastal Commission meeting to show opposition and state how the OPDs would adversely affect them or others. Read More Here