Neighborhood Parking Program

Program Overview

Adams County has implemented a parking program to address parking and access concerns in specific areas of heavy use. The Board of County Commissioners approved Ordinance No 16 and the pilot parking district in the Berkeley neighborhood near Regis University in Fall of 2021. That parking district is now live and the restrictions are being enforced to support the residents of that neighborhood.

Permits

Permits for the SW-1 parking district are now available for purchase.

Please visit www.tocite.net/adamscounty/portal to register your vehicle(s). 

Click here for instructions on registering for your permits.

This portal will allow residents of the SW-1 parking district to obtain on-street parking permits for their vehicles. Visitor permits will be physical hang-tags and we will be scheduling more events to get these handed out in the near future. Please check back soon for those event dates.

Check the SW-1 parking district map to verify your residence is in this district and will require permits.

Frequently Asked Questions

Note

The Neighborhood Parking Program is designed to manage permit parking within a specific district only. At this time, this program does not handle other parking issues such as abandoned vehicles, illegal parking, or speeding. If you would like to report a parking or traffic issue, please contact the Adams County Sheriff’s office at 303.288.1535.

Ordinance

Adams County Ordinance No. 16, which authorizes the designated residential parking districts, goes into effect November 1, 2021. Read the full text of the ordinance here

Contact

Douglas Fish, Parking and Code Compliance Officer
4430 S. Adams County Pkwy, Suite W20000B
Brighton, CO 80601
720.523.6993 | Email

In-person meetings are by appointment only.