The city of Paso Robles will discuss more on the topic of potential parking plans Tuesday in the regular meeting.
Business owners have previously argued that downtown Paso Robles is cramped and employees take up most of the spaces, which make it difficult to bring in more business.
City officials have gotten input from residents over the last couple of months on potential ways to alleviate the problem.
Some plans have included extra parking meters and technology that would scan license plates that would reveal if a driver has been doing the "card shuffle" – or the practice of moving vehicles to different open spaces after the time slot runs out.
That meeting will be Tuesday night at 6:30 p.m. at the council chambers.