Parking the car – it's something most drivers do multiple times each day. Usually, without much thought.
But as Downtown Castle Rock increasingly becomes a destination for residents and visitors, thought must be put into how best to meet the community's parking and access needs.
A study of current and future parking needs in Downtown Castle Rock was conducted in 2016/17. Work in conjunction with this study included development of a plan with short- and long-term strategies to more effectively and efficiently meet the growing mobility needs of residents, visitors and employers. View the executive summary of the study, a list of action items and the full study. Study area The area studied generally is bounded by Interstate 25 on the west, the railroad tracks on the east, Wolfensberger Road on the north and Plum Creek Parkway on the south. The consultant group that worked with Town staff and the Downtown Alliance on the project, Kimley-Horn and Assoc., worked to: