"Over the past several months, 24 Hour Fitness has worked to resolve the parking situation at its Pleasanton Super-Sport club and remains committed to making the club easily accessible to our members in the area," the statement reads. "In doing so, we are happy to provide our members with additional parking options, including: complimentary valet parking from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. on weekdays and 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. on weekends; additional parking at neighboring business Polycom (4750 Willow Road) on weekdays after 6 p.m. and all day on weekends and holidays, and all 24 Hour Fitness employees and personnel are instructed to park off-site to ensure members have full access to the club's parking lot."
All that hasn't actually solved the parking problem, according to a number of members.
"The reality of the situation shows you still have not resolved it," wrote Dan Carroll in an email. "Members want to park their own cars and do not want to hear they have to wait until after 6 p.m. or use valet parking."
Carroll said he'd continued to use the old gym because of the parking situation, and expects parking to get even worse now because that's no longer an option.
He's not alone. At least one person pointed out on the Town Square forum at PleasantonWeekly.com that the problem continues.
However, Pleasanton Planning Manager Janice Stern said as yet, no one has brought a complaint to the Planning Commission, which was involved when the parking issue first came up earlier this year.
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