Will the temple increase parking problems or congestion on my street?
No. Church architects and planners work with local residents and governments to ensure that transportation access is adequate.
Despite the size of temples, the volume of patrons is smaller than a typical meetinghouse or “mega-church.” Temples are not large halls like cathedrals or auditoriums; they are divided into numerous smaller rooms. As such, they are not intended to accommodate large groups of people at once.
Temples include their own attached parking. They do not rely on local or “public” parking to accommodate temple patrons.
See what some non-Mormon government and neighbors have said about this issue: