Accessible Parking

People with disabilities have special parking privileges when displaying a handicap placard, handicap plate or handicap parking hang tag.
 

Meter Parking for those with disabilities

A person with a mobility impairment using a valid disability placard or plate issued to them may park at Denver City meters for up to four (4) hours without paying during the time parking is allowed. After 4 hours, the vehicle must be moved at least 100 feet.

Accessible "Handicap" Spaces

A person with a mobility impairment using a valid disability placard or plate issued to them may park in a space marked as reserved for use by those with disabilities (often referred to as "handicap parking")
 
To find out if you're eligible or to apply for a disability placard, plates or hang tag, see Denver Motor Vehicles

Enforcement Volunteers

The "Disability Parking Enforcement Program" is a volunteer program run by Denver's Office of Disability Rights. Volunteers are trained in education and enforcement and are tasked with writing tickets for infractions of Denver's Disability Parking Laws.
 
For more information, visit the Disability Parking Enforcement Program
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