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The Overnight Parking Program was developed in response to requests from area businesses and residents who have asked for this option for years.
Street sweeping operations and old meter technology prevented this type of a program from being implemented in the past. New Smart Meter technology and a new street sweeping schedule now allow for the Overnight Program to be implemented downtown.
For a map of current and planned overnight metered parking, as well as program details, see our Overnight Parking Information Sheet (1.4 mb pdf).
Smart Meters make parking in Denver easier. No more having to dig under the floor mat for spare change... Smart Meters are electronic meters powered by solar energy that accept the payment that's easiest for you:
REMEMBER - Money can be added to extend the time on the meter unless the maximum amount of time has been purchased, then it is necessary to move your vehicle to another space!
Denver's new Smart Meters will not accept the Cash Key. While most meters in Denver will transition to Smart Meters, there will still be some original meters on the street that will accept Denver’s Cash Keys, and you can choose to continue to re-load it at the first floor of the Webb Building, or you can cash it in. To cash it in, bring your Cash Key and photo ID to the Webb Building and we’ll mail you a check within six weeks for any money left on the key.
ParkSmart Denver Cards can be purchased with cash, check or Visa/Mastercard credit or debit cards at the following locations:
Contact Parking Operations for the following topics:
To report an abandoned vehicle visit the Denver Sheriff Department's Vehicle Impound page.
To report a broken meter:
Outside Denver Call (720) 913-1311
TTY Service: 720-913-8479