San Juan Capistrano City Council passed a parking ban on a street behind a low-income neighborhood in an attempt to deal with overcrowding. OCCCO-trained leaders, along with collaborative partners from CREER, CHEC, and others, presented their findings on the “overcrowding” problem. Their conclusion: The city as a whole lacked adequate parking and affordable housing options. The leaders requested that the parking ban be overturned, better communication from the city to residents, and the formation of a subcommittee to explore real, long-term solutions to overcrowding. 215 people attended, including 2 city council members.