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The city’s Planning Division is currently updating zoning regulations for off-street parking and is asking the public for input by taking an online survey.

SALT LAKE CITY — The city’s Planning Division is currently updating zoning regulations for off-street parking and is asking the public for input by taking an online survey.

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The survey can be found at slcgov.com/planning/offstreetparkinginfo.

The proposed changes would affect the requirements for parking and loading spaces on private property citywide. The goal is to make the regulations easier for property and business owners to use and for the city to administer.

The changes will not include on-street or metered parking, and private parking operators.

According to the city, once the proposed changes have been drafted, the adoption process would take place in spring or summer of 2018.