Parking Improvements are Coming!

Parking improvements will begin rolling out next year with new programs, rules and improvements fully in place and in effect the first Monday of April 2019.

Downtown Greeley already offers more than 2,000 free two-hour parking spots to all downtown visitors — and all downtown becomes free, no-limit parking for evenings, weekends, and holidays. All of those free parking options will stay in place with the addition of the following changes:

  • Adding a pay-to-stay option so visitors can choose to leave their car in place longer if they wish
  • Creating programs that encourage more parking availability in high-traffic and centrally-located downtown areas

More details to come soon! For now, direct any questions to parking@greeleygov.com or by phone at (970) 350-9751
 

For now, please note that most parking in the core downtown surrounding 8th, 9th, and 10th Streets is FREE with a 2 hour limit. 3 Hour parking is available at the Ice Haus lot (8th Avenue & 9th Street) and the signed public parking lot at 8th Avenue & 10th Street. For more details, review the detailed map below to see what areas are available for parking, and the varying time limits.

Please be aware of permit parking areas, as these are strictly reserved for permit holders from Monday-Friday, 8 am- 5pm. Permit parking passes can be obtained from the City of Greeley by contacting Joy Meilinger at (970) 350-9737. All are welcome to park in these areas outside of those time parameters.

Also, we understand that some areas are more difficult than others to accommodate larger and longer vehicles, particularly on 9th Avenue between 7th and 11th Streets, and on 9th Street between 9th and 10th Avenues. So be sure not to park in any space in which your vehicle extends in either the front or the back. If your vehicle is too long to be parked within the painted parking area, you may find it easier to park in the nearby parking lots or in a parallel space along the street.

Download the Parking Map