LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — The Los Angeles City Council is expected to vote Tuesday on a proposal that would increase street parking restrictions in several neighborhoods near the Hollywood Sign.

Under the proposal, street parking restrictions would expand to seven days a week in the Beachwood Canyon area.

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The Hollywoodland Homeowners Association requested for the city to expand weekend restrictions within five existing preferential parking districts near the Hollywood Sign.

The districts being proposed for expanded hours include Rodgerton Drive, Ledgewood Drive, Woodhaven Drive, Lechner Place, Hollyridge Drive, Rockcliff Drive, Deronda Drive and Mulholland Highway.

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Residents who pay an annual fee to the city Transportation Department will only be permitted to park on the street during select hours using a placard for preferential parking districts.

Councilman Tom LaBonge said it is necessary to increase restriction hours as tourists continue to park on neighborhood streets, which has impacted the immediate area.

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