Parking took front and center at Tuesday’s Flagstaff City Council work session as a lot of questions were asked about adding and moving parking in downtown. Finding parking in downtown can be rough at times, but with the development of new buildings, it gets even harder. Council heard a review over data about parking in downtown from Rich and Associates Parking Consultants that lasted about two hours. Most of the data ended up leaving more questions because it didn’t take into account any parking South of Butler. The research done for the data was also done mid-summer when no students are in town. Another topic Council discussed was the new city courthouse. Proposition 412 was passed in 2016 which granted the city $12 million dollars towards a new and improved courthouse. The measure also promised the community a 200-car parking garage. A parking garage may not be seen for years, as there still is discussion of the parking issue in surrounding areas and could be taken care of as soon as the summer. Coming up in May, a community forum will be held, where citizens and businesses can voice what they think the use of the old Courthouse should be used for, and how they think parking could be maximized most.