Employee parking permits at city-owned facilities in the downtown area can be very limited at times. Virtually all employee parking facilities are currently occupied with existing permit holders and wait-lists are in place at most parking locations. If you would like to park your vehicle at a city-managed parking facility, please submit a Monthly Parking Contract Request Form. On the Request Form, please indicate which parking facilities you are interested in parking at and the Parking Operations staff will either place you on the wait list for those facilities and/or assign you to a requested facility, if immediate assignments are availability. You are welcome to contact Parking Operations at any time regarding the current status and availability at all city facilities as well as to receive estimated wait-list time frames for your requested parking facilities.
Parking Operations also keeps a comprehensive list of nearby “non-city” parking facilities in the downtown area. If you are interested in receiving a copy of this resource list, please contact Parking Operations.
All downtown city office buildings have bicycle U-racks located around the perimeter of the buildings and inside several if our parking garages. Bicycles are not permitted inside city buildings and offices. Assigned Bicycle Locker Parking is also available at most locations.
Monthly Parking Costs:
As of January 2014, the monthly parking permit rates at city owned facilities are as follows:
• Denver Performing Arts Complex Garage $150
• Minoru Yasui/303 Garage $150
• Minoru Yasui/303 Garage Tandem $ 85
• Webb Building Garage $150
• Webb Building Garage Night/Weekend $ 85
• Webb Building Garage Motorcycle $ 50
• Boiler House Reserved Parking Lot $110
• City & County Building – Garage & Lots $110
• Cultural Center Complex Garage $110
• Denver Justice Center Garage $110
• Judges/Maintenance Garage $110
Payments for monthly parking permits are withdrawn from your paycheck through pre-tax payroll deduction. Payroll deductions for parking fees occur on the second paycheck of every month for the subsequent month. The initial first months payment will also be payroll deducted and based on the enrollment timing, a single two-month valued parking deduction may be processed on your initial parking deduction. Once the parking deductions are set-up through payroll deduction, the deductions are withdrawn “pre-tax” (contact your payroll representative for details), thus providing additional savings to you.
For parkers that are not actual “City” employees, but work at a location that is eligible for parking in a city-owned facility, they are required to pay their monthly parking fees by ACH deductions (electronic funds transfers). An additional ACH Authorization Form with an attached voided check is also required to set-up the automatic payment process.
Cancellation of Parking
If you wish to cancel your city employee parking privileges, a completed Parking Cancellation Form is needed at least 30-days in advance of your final parking date. This form is required to officially stop your parking payroll deductions through the Payroll Division. The proper return of the gate access device or puck (on the last parking day of the month) is also required to officially cancel your assigned parking privileges. If the cancellation of the permit does not happen prior to the second paycheck cutoff deadline for deductions for the prior month, you may be eligible for a refund, if warranted, for the following unused months’ fees.
NOTE: There are no pro-rated payments or refunds. All parking assignments are scheduled to begin on the 1 st of the month and terminate on the last calendar day of the month. If you cancel your parking anytime after the 1 st of the month, you must pay for that whole months parking fees.
The available metered parking around the various city buildings (City and County Building, Minoru Yasui, Webb Building, Elections, Environmental Health, Justice Center and other City buildings) is intended to be used by the public. If you are in a city vehicle or using your official city business (OCB) parking privileges, please refrain from parking in these spaces.
The Downtown Denver Partnership offers parking resources, transportation news, and an interactive parking locator.