BOULDER, Colo. (CBS4) – The Boulder City Council is discussing a plan to address crowding at Chautauqua Park.

The city is proposing paid parking and a shuttle service to bring people to the park. Those changes would be part of a pilot program that starts June 1.

Chautauqua Park (credit: Jason Hussong)

Chautauqua Park (credit: Jason Hussong)

The Daily Camera reports it’s unlikely the program would be approved as it is now. Any changes to the proposal will be discussed at Tuesday evening’s meeting.