Good Clean Fun - Campbell Outdoors
Join us Downtown Campbell for some Good Clean Fun. East Campbell Ave is open for pedestrians and dining.
Beginning Tuesday morning, July 28, East Campbell Avenue in Downtown Campbell will be closed to vehicular traffic between Third Street and Ainsley Park for expansion of outdoor business operations into the street. While East Campbell Avenue will be closed, the following cross streets will remain open to vehicular traffic:
- Central Avenue
- Second Street
- First Street
- Third Street
Businesses will be able to expand into the street beginning Friday morning, July 31. The street closure is scheduled to last through, Monday August 31 unless modified or discontinued.
Downtown Business Owners
Business Operations for Campbell Avenue Street Closure
Businesses wishing to expand into the street must apply for an Encroachment Permit with the Public Works Department. See the Flexible Business Operation Guidelines for allowances, restrictions and how to apply for an encroachment permit.
An Encroachment Permit issued by the Public Works Department will be required for the temporary use of Campbell Avenue. Application processing fees will be waived in an effort to minimize business expenses necessary to support economic recovery efforts. Instructions on how to apply for an Encroachment Permit are included in this document. Provided permit applications are complete, permits can be processed in 1-2 business days from submittal.
Operations on Public Sidewalks
All permitted businesses in the Downtown area are eligible to expand business operations onto public sidewalks provide that enough space can accommodate outdoor business operations and provide access for pedestrians and people with disabilities. Outdoor business activity may be located beyond the applicant’s occupied tenant space and in front of an adjacent tenant space upon the written approval of that tenant. An Outdoor Display (includes all business services) or Outdoor Dining Permit will be required for the creation of or expansion to an existing display/dining area. The application processing fees will be waived. Contact the Community Development Department at firstname.lastname@example.org to get started. See the Flexible Business Operation Guidelines for more details.
Operations on Private Property
All permitted businesses may expand their operations within private parking lots and private common areas adjacent to their business locations. While no permits are required for outdoor business operations within private parking lots and private common areas, written approval from property owners is required for use of private property. See the Flexible Business Operation Guidelines for more details.
Michael Thomas, Economic Development Specialist
Phone: 408-866-2192 Email: email@example.com
Curbside & Online Order Pickup Parking
The GREEN AREA on the map and parking spaces with the Curbside & Online Order Pickup signs are for 24 minute parking ONLY. These 24 minute parking spaces are designated for the following:
- Curbside Pickup
- Online Orders
- Food Delivery Services (Grubhub, DoorDash, Uber Eats, etc.)
Parking for Any Business Customer
The BLUE AREA on the map indicates parking lots and spaces available for visitors planning to stay Downtown longer than 24 minutes. This includes dining, personal care appointments, etc.
- 2-Hour time limit will apply to all street parking where signs are present.
- City Hall Parking Lot is available after 5:00 PM Monday -Friday and all day on Saturday & Sunday.