Renting an airbnb off of Eaton. Are streets around there clearly labeled with "resident parking" signs? I just don't want to get ticketed or towed for parking somewhere illegal overnight.
The spots themselves will say resident parking on the pavement. There is usually one non resident spot mixed in every few spots. I would be more concerned with using air bnb in KW as they have had many issues with illegal rentals in town. Hopefully you checked into this and have a legitimate, legal rental.
I do not think AirB&B is legal in KW, but all spots that are residents will be marked. I believe most are noted on the ground. Make sure you read signs and do not park in spots that require a meter. Unless you plan on paying of course.Edited: 23 May 2018, 20:12
Just be extra careful as they are on the paved part and could be faded. Your best chance is side streets off Eaton. Or just use the Grinell parking garage , think it is under $20 a day. And yes KW is having issues with some illegal rentals. Call the city and tell them where you are staying and they can tell you. You dam sure don't want a ticket or a tow. KW uses parking fines as major income.
I would be more concerned with the rental from AirB&B in KW.
Residential streets will be all residential spots, not mixed in, it varies by street , not spot. Definitely check you’re air B&B , most if not all do not have transient licenses. Neighbors are all over this and not only will you be ticketed for parking but most likely tossed from the home. Sorry, but this is a huge problem here and we will call it in.
There are some blocks with a mix of residential spots and open spots. At least that’s how it is in my neighborhood around the Southernmost Point. Look for the “permit or residence only” painted on the street. Double check, they can be hard to see.
I agree about Airbnb. You can call the City Code Complience and ask if the address is legal. It is very sensitive here and the owner will be fined and shut down and you may find you don’t have anywhere to stay. Budget B&Bs would be my suggestions. Look at Caribbean House or Speakeasy Inn. If your Airbnb price is well below these rates, it likely not legit.
SDT, I never noticed that, seems more complicated that it needs to be.
. I did hear that there might be more residential spots added as they are needed. I hope this is true.
I agree about the airbnb rental. You could easily find yourself scammed or even out on your ear if you do get into the home. Very few properties are legal airbnb rentals and the city is working hard to crack down. ditto for Craigslist. Buyer beware.
So I just validated that this is run by a legit vacation rental company. For some reason, this property was listed through airbnb. "Local support, A+ BBB accredited"Edited: 23 May 2018, 21:47
Parking is a serious issue and is why when you find the ideal BB that has off street parking , great location, and a staff that cares about you that you quickly see that paying an extra $50 to $100 per day is worth it. We could find cheaper places but don't want all the added problems. So if you manage to find a free spot to park, you best not move it as will be filled fast. Think what parking and a great free breakfast is worth and if only a few feet Off the 200 block of Duval you will pay it if in your budget.