In an effort to make additional parking spots available at parking lots adjacent to Redwood City’s downtown public library and City Hall, the City Council approved an agreement in June with the building owners of 900 Middlefield Road to designate 75 of the 900 spots available in the building’s garage for city vehicles and city employee parking.

Previously parked in lots next to Redwood City’s downtown public library at 1044 Middlefield Road and City Hall at 1017 Middlefield Road, the vehicles used by city employees will have spaces in the parking garage of the eight-story office building where Box, Inc. is headquartered.

The parking garage was previously reserved for employees of the building with the exception of nights and weekends, when it has been open to the public. According to city officials, many of the parking spaces in the building were unused on an average weekday due to Box’s location near the Redwood City Caltrain station and use of alternate forms of transportation, according to city officials.

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