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Parking is FREE in Longmont!
Hours of restricted parking: Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Saturday, Sunday and Holidays: No time limit
Beginning in February 2017, the City of Longmont Parking Enforcement is adding a License Plate Recognition (LPR) tool to monitor parking in downtown and other parts of the City. This would include time limited zones on the street and in public parking lots.
What is LPR?
LPR is an image-processing technology used to identify vehicles by their license plates. The technology is mounted on a City vehicle, therefore parking enforcement officers can drive through public parking lots and streets to monitor parking activity by a vehicle's GPS position, rather than walking and chalking tires. Chalking will stay in effect as a back-up to the LPR. See FAQ.
How does this affect Parking Permits?
The LPR system will recognize license plates of permitted vehicles, excluding them from possibly receiving an overtime parking citation. However, it is very important that the LDDA have current vehicle information associated with a permit so the LPR system is also current. Permit holders will be requested to provide any vehicle changes to the LDDA immediately.
The LDDA offers two types of parking permits for use in the Downtown parking lots:
Day Permits: One day parking permits are available for $5 per day and are parking lot specific. Multiple days can be purchased in advance. Please visit the LDDA office or Visit Longmont to obtain this permit.
Annual Parking Permits: Businesses and residents in the Downtown area can apply for an annual parking permit issued by the LDDA. The cost is $28 per month ($36 per month for covered parking at Roosevelt Park Apartments), paid in 6 monthly increments. All permits can be obtained at the LDDA office located at 528 Main Street. Forms of payment accepted are cash, check, money order, or credit card (Visa or MasterCard).
Please note that:
All issues relating to citations should be addressed to the parking enforcement office, 303-651-8658 at the City of Longmont. Parking enforcement is a function of the City of Longmont, not the LDDA.
In partnership with Longmont Power & Communications and the Regional Air Quality District, a publicly available electric vehicle charging station is located in the 300 east parking lot and in a privately owned lot at 323 3rd Ave. Three additional charging stations were installed in other locations around Longmont. Click here for more information.
Level 2 charging station details:
Cost of Charging = $1 per hour
The chargers are networked through EV Connect. Downloaded the free EV Connect mobile application and set up an account (network.evconnect.com), to manage your charging station transactions.