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Glenwood Springs City Council has approved new rules and regulations for existing downtown residential parking permits. The new rules will go into effect April 1, 2019.
Old rules: Downtown residents were allowed two residential permits and one visitor permit per residential unit at no charge.
New rules: Downtown residents seeking a residential parking permit will now be required to pay a $50 administrative fee per permit.
Old rules: Each downtown resident who received a residential permit for their vehicle was also offered one visitor permit for a house guest.
New rules: No visitor permits will be issued. Current visitor passes will be invalid once the new rules go into effect on April 1, 2019.
Old rules: Residential parking permit holders were allowed to park in this lot up to 72 hours.
New rules: Residential parking permit holders may no longer park in this lot longer than the time limit posted.
Old rules: Residential parking permits allowed residents of that block to park on the 700 block of Cooper Avenue for up to 72 hours.
New rules: All vehicles parked on the 700 block of Cooper are subject to the 2 hour parking limit, regardless of a vehicle having a residential parking permit.