The City Council has given Marymount Palos Verdes College approval to build an 87-car parking lot.
The council said the lot must be completed by the beginning of school next fall, parking must be restricted to weekday activities and a wall must be built to separate the campus from residences on San Ramon Drive. In addition, the council insisted that the junior college cap its enrollment at 650 students.
The council also ordered a review of a conditional use permit that has permitted the college to operate since 1975.
In a related action, the council established permit parking on San Ramon Drive, where residents have complained about student parking. Permits will be required to park on weekdays between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.
Residents on the street will be required to purchase a 60-cent sticker every three years for each of their vehicles, according to Mary Knight, who lives on San Ramon. Guest passes will cost residents 5 cents each.