The county council will exhibit its plans to extend parking zones in Crawley.
People will be able to comment on the proposals in Pound Hill and Three Bridges at two events.
They will be held at Montefirore Hall, Hazelwick Road, Three Bridges from noon to 4pm on July 11 and St Barnabas’ Pastoral Centre, Worth Road, Pound Hill, from 2pm to 7pm on July 15.
West Sussex County Council officers will be present at both venues to answer residents’ questions and listen to views.
A spokesman said it drew up the plans following a public consultation on extending the Resident’s Parking Schemes in 2014. A majority of the residents living surrounding the zones asked for their roads to be included.
The plans would affect: Ash Road, Forge Lane, Forge Road, Halland Close, Holly Close, North Road, North Road, Pond Wood Road, Woodend Close, Hastings Road, Pound Hill Parade, The Rise, Worth Road.
The council was to send a questionnaire to residents living near both zones.
It will accept comments on the plans until July 31.
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