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A Parking Commission was established to advise the City Council on matters related to parking in the Central Business District, including but not limited to:

(a) downtown parking policies;

(b) plans for management of parking regulations and safety;

(c) proper public use of parking;

(d) protection of public structures and lots;

(e) grievances, objections and suggestions regarding parking; and

(f) requests for changes, additions and variances.

(2) Mayor and City Council appoints seven persons who are owners or employees of businesses in the Central Business District or residents-at-large of the City of Medford. No more than two members may be  residents of the City at-large. In addition, there shall be one member who is appointed by Rogue Community College (RCC) as a representative, and one member who is appointed by Southern Oregon University (SOU) as a representative. All members shall be voting members.

The Parking Commission acts on the authority provided by Medford Municipal Code Section 2.447.

If you are interested in serving on this Commission, please complete the application.


Meetings Length of Term
Second Thursday of Every Month, City Hall, Medford Room 330 at 8:00 a.m. 3 years


Name Email Title Term Begin Term End
Clay Bearnson AltCouncilLiaison 1/17/2019
Navarro Chandler Commissioner/RCCRepresentative 10/10/2017 12/31/2019
Charlotte Cook Commissioner 5/21/2015 1/31/2020
Stacey Derrig Commissioner/SOURepresentative 12/1/2017 12/31/2019
Mickey Harvey Commissioner 11/16/2017 1/31/2020
Terra McLeod Commissioner 2/1/2019 1/31/2022
Kristy Painter Commissioner 8/15/2013 1/31/2020
Crystal Palmerton RecordingSecretary 12/11/2018
Alex Poythress Council Liaison 1/17/2019
George Schroeder Commissioner 2/1/2009 1/31/2021
Eric Zimmerman StaffLiaison 12/11/2018

Upcoming Calendar Events

Date Start End Event Description Location
5/9/2019 8:00 AM 10:00 AM Parking Commission Meeting
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