The Flagstaff City Council will hold a work session tonight with parking and the future city courthouse on the agenda. Council will go over a recent study into parking in downtown, which assessed parking inventory in the north and southside areas. The north side sees the most traffic during the day, so it’s suggested that if any changes are to be made, they’ll be made there. Council will also discuss the city’s new courthouse, which will be financed by bonds after voters approved the measure in the 2016 election. The use for the old courthouse has not been determined yet, but a community meeting is being proposed so the public can share ideas on what they think is a good use for the property. Tonight’s meeting will be held at the Joe C. Montoya Community and Senior Center at 2451 North Thorpe Road. The work session starts at 6 p.m.