With increased investment in Parker bringing new residences, businesses and higher attendance at events, the Town would like guidance from the community in creating policies and programs that effectively balance the parking and access needs of all who enjoy the downtown area.
The Town has begun working on a Downtown Parking Study and Plan. The goal of the study is to develop a menu of options for managing parking that maximizes the efficiency of existing parking resources; improves parking and mobility options for residents, business owners and visitors; and promotes a connected, walkable and inviting downtown for all users.
Public input will be an important part of this study. The community is invited to attend an open house on Thursday, Aug. 18 from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. at Parker Town Hall. Attendees will learn how other communities manage parking in ways that both contribute to the economic vitality of their downtowns and provide a positive experience for residents and visitors. Community members will also have the opportunity to share their views on parking in the downtown area.
Residents are encouraged to attend at any time during the open house as no formal presentation will be given. If you are unable to attend the open house, but would still like to share your opinion on parking in downtown Parker, please visit
www.ParkerOnline.org/ParkingStudy and take our brief online survey.
For more information on the study and plan, contact Patrick Mulready at email@example.com or 303.841.2332.