The Riverside City Council will meet Monday to hold a public hearing on parking regulations and move forward with their community center project. The public hearing will allow the public to voice their opinions on various no parking signs to be installed at various streets in Riverside. The council will also consider the proposal made by Carl A. Nelson and Company for their services on the city’s community center project. In their proposal, the company has agreed to create and distribute a community survey, create a schematic design, analyze site conditions, and create a cost estimate for the project. This will cost the city no more than $10,000. The council will meet at the Riverside Fire Station beginning at 6 p.m.