Most drivers are aware they’ll get a ticket if a meter runs out or they ignore the “2-Hour” parking signs, but there are plenty of other violations Denver enforces even though they are not posted.
The parking meters used to collect donations for Denver’s homeless are going high tech.
Changes are on the way for parking meters in Denver. A new pilot program is logging the habits of drivers which means you can’t use the last person’s unused space.
While nothing has been officially decided, Denver city officials are finding out that these creative new sources of revenue can quickly become a dangerous political minefield, CBSDenver.com blogger Dominic Dezzutti writes.
Following cries that wording on some downtown parking meters was misleading and deceptive, the city of Denver has decided to go back and alter the signage on thousands of parking meters downtown to make it more clear that drivers have to pay for overnight parking.
Denver is considering changing thousands of downtown parking meters. Critics say the new wording on them is flat out misleading and deceptive.
Most Denver city employees will only be working 3 days this week because of a holiday and a furlough day.
Businesses and visitors to downtown Denver have been asking for it — being able to leave a car on the streets all night long.