About 100 people attended a meeting to voice their concerns with the new Levi's Stadium set to open in Santa Clara later this year.
Police chiefs from Santa Clara and Sunnyvale also attended the Thursday night meeting, held at the Sunnyvale Community Center, to address concerns about traffic, parking and public safety related to the opening of the stadium.
Sunnyvale-resident Karen Evans said some people will not want to pay $20 for parking at the new stadium, and will look to using her guest parking and hop on a light-rail train to the event.
City officials and voters decided on 21,000 parking spaces for the stadium, set to be the new home for the San Francisco 49ers. The organization are now close to locking down 31,000 parking spaces within walking distance of the 69,000-seat stadium by the time it opens in August.
Police said there will be additional officers on duty during stadium events.
The stadium's first event will be held on Aug. 2 when the San Jose Earthquakes soccer team host the Seattle Sounders.