About this NOI


Installation of Reserved Residential Parking Space





Date Issued

Oct 6, 2023

Comments Due By

Oct 21, 2023

Contact for Comments



October 6, 2023

Tyrell M. Holcomb, Chairperson
Advisory Neighborhood Commission 7F
Via Email:

NOI# 23-224-TOA

Re:       Installation of Reserved Residential Parking Space for Disabled Resident

Dear Chairperson Holcomb:

Pursuant to the “Administrative Procedure Amendment Act of 2000” D.C. LAW 13-249 (48 DCR 3491 April 20, 2001), the District Department of Transportation (DDOT) is required to give a written notice of our intent to modify traffic and/or parking requirements.  This letter is being forwarded to you for the purpose of notification and solicitation of comments on our intent to implement the following in your jurisdiction.

Our office has received a request from Ayjis Akande at 3917 Ames Street NE, for Reserved Residential Parking Space for Disabled Resident for on-street parking space. According to 54 DCR 903 (February 2, 2007) section 2710.1 through 2710.3 the Director may reserve one (1) on-street parking space for any District resident who applies in writing for a reserved space and who qualifies under section 2710.1 (a) through (e. Therefore, DDOT has approved said resident to have a reserved on-street parking space with the shortest possible circulation route.

All comments on this subject matter must be filed in writing by November 21st (thirty days after the date of this notice), with the District Department of Transportation, Transportation Operations Administration, 250 M Street, S.E. Washington, D.C. 20003. If you would like to check the status of this Notice of Intent (NOI), please visit DDOT’s website at . If you are having any trouble accessing the NOI site or unable to do so, please contact the DDOT Customer Clearinghouse at 202-671-2800.

Haley Peckett, AICP
Associate Director
Parking and Ground Transportation Division
District Department of Transportation


Ashley Renee Ruff SMD 7F02
Nyasha Smith, Secretary to the Council of the District of Columbia
Kelly Jeong-Olson, DDOT Community Engagement Manager
Christian Pineiro, DDOT Community Engagement Division

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