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Posted on: February 25, 2019

New Rules for Downtown Residential Parking Permits

Glenwood Springs City Council has approved new rules and regulations for existing downtown residential parking permits. The new rules will go into effect April 1, 2019.

What is changing

Permit Fees

Old rules: Downtown residents were allowed two residential permits and one visitor permit per residential unit at no charge.

New rules: Downtown residents seeking a residential parking permit will now be required to pay a $50 administrative fee per permit.

Visitor Permits

Old rules: Each downtown resident who received a residential permit for their vehicle was also offered one visitor permit for a house guest.

New rules: No visitor permits will be issued. Current visitor passes will be invalid once the new rules go into effect on April 1, 2019.

7th and Colorado Parking Lot

Old rules: Residential parking permit holders were allowed to park in this lot up to 72 hours.

New rules: Residential parking permit holders may no longer park in this lot longer than the time limit posted.

Permits on 700 block of Cooper Avenue

Old rules: Residential parking permits allowed residents of that block to park on the 700 block of Cooper Avenue for up to 72 hours.

New rules: All vehicles parked on the 700 block of Cooper are subject to the 2 hour parking limit, regardless of a vehicle having a residential parking permit.

For the updated list of all downtown residential parking permit guidelines, click here.

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