Assessing needs and optionsParking 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.
New regulations implementedPrior to 2018, Town Code did not require parking for Downtown developments.
Town Council voted to change Town Code in fall 2018 to require one parking space for each residential unit built Downtown. Commercial developments now also require parking.
In addition to these code changes, parking enforcement is now being conducted by Castle Rock Police Department's Community Service Officer. Additionally, changes were implemented in 2017 to add nearly 20 parking spots to Downtown. View the slides (PDF) from a presentation to Town Council regarding these changes.
Downtown parking changesrequest form, and the parking team will follow up.
These parking changes have recently been implemented:
- Establishing "No Overnight Parking" in the Town-owned parking lots south of the Castle Rock Museum and northeast of Downtown Fire Station 151
- Adding an ADA-accessible parking space and establishing "No Overnight Parking" in the Town-owned parking lot northeast of Sixth and Perry streets
Downtown Parking StudyA study (PDF) of current and future parking needs in Downtown Castle Rock was conducted in 2016/17. The 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 (PDF) of the study, a list of action items (PDF) and the full study (PDF).