While some people commented on what restaurants they thought were missing from Novato, some had thoughts out of the culinary area on what was missing on Grant Avenue.
Bruce Piper, Novato resident – He said he'd like “more of an old town feeling on the other side of Redwood.” Piper has lived in Novato since the early 60s and says, “I've seen a lof changes.”
An anonymous woman said that on the other side of Redwood “as you get toward 7th it's banks banks, banks. It does not feel like town, too many banks,” she said.
For some the issue was what was right in front of them, whether they could have it or not, finding an open parking space.
Pam and Tony Russo were walking their Labradoodle on Grant Avenue and both pointed out things they'd like. Pam Russo voiced her frustration at not being able to find a parking spot. She wondered
Pointing at the diagonal parking spaces on Grant, her husband Tony Russ said that the city, “should have planted the trees closer to the sidewalk than take up (parking) spaces.”
Do you think downtown has enough parking? Have you been frustrated by trying to find a parking space or usually have good parking luck? Let us know.