People with disabilities have special parking privileges when displaying a valid disability placard, license plate or hang tag on their vehicle.
City Inspectors or Investigators with the City and County of Denver whose primary job responsibility involves field work utilizing their personal vehicle may request special parking permits.
Meters may be bagged with "No Parking" bags over the meter heads to keep the street clear of parked cars for construction, special events and filming. Please note, a street occupancy permit must also be obtained for any event that takes place in the street/sidewalks/public right of way.
Note: Meter bagging requests take up to 72 hours to process, so should be submitted at least 1 week before your event.
Official City Business (OCB) parking privileges may be extended to Cabinet members, City employees, and officials appointed by the Mayor, whose primary job duties involves field work utilizing their personal vehicle throughout the City and County of Denver.
Permits expire on December 31 annually. Users must resubmit applications each year.
Hang tag permits may be issued for:
Note: All hangtags are now issued as “virtual” hangtags. No physical tag will be issued. Enforcement is by handheld devices by scanning or entering the license plate number.
Special parking permits are used to restrict parking in certain areas for school zones.
Do you have a compliment or complaint about one of our parking officers?
To report an abandoned vehicle visit the Denver Sheriff Department's Vehicle Impound page.
To request enforcement of illegal parking:
To report a broken meter:
For all other issues, please contact:
Outside Denver: Call 720-913-1311
TTY Service: 720-913-8479