Shenandoah Public Works Director Joseph Peart presented two options to council. The first was adding off-street parking, which would be 55 feet long and six feet wide. The second was adding pull-in parking east of the park, measuring at 26 feet by 46 feet.
The first option, which would cost $10,000-$15,000, would get vehicles off the street and provide enough space for two large trucks or three smaller vehicles.
"That would add a little more space for the people at the park to get off of the travel way and still park their vehicle," Peart said.
Peart said the second option, which would cost $35,000-$45,000, would add two parking spaces, with one being required to be handicap accessible.
No decisions were made regarding the parking spots, as the item was meant for discussion only. Council Member Ron Raymaker said it would be might be more appropriate to talk about during budget workshops.