October 2016

Parking facilities

Aurora Parking Lots – Town of Aurora

Choose a facility or program to learn more:
Iliff Station Garage
Hyatt Regency Conference Center Garage
Aurora Civic Center
RTD facilities
Transit Station Bike Parking
Charging stations for electric vehicles

Iliff Station Garage
14000 E. Wesley Ave, Aurora CO 80014

Opened in early 2017, the Iliff Station Garage is a partnership between the City of Aurora and the Regional Transportation District (RTD). The 2-storey, 600-space garage is equipped with six electric vehicle charging stations and offers fast and efficient parking options serving Iliff light rail station.

Parking rates
Daily: $3 $2 $1.50 – Now even cheaper!
Monthly: $50 $45 (guarantees a seat for permit holders between 5 a.m. and 10 a.m. on weekdays)
Adjacent street parking is also available for commuters for a fee.

Paying for parking is easy at Iliff station. Pay-per-plate terminals are located next to the elevators on the first floor on your way to the light rail platform. The cash machines accept cash, coins and all major credit and debit cards. Customers can also use ParcMobile pay for daily parking on their mobile device.

Iliff station is served by the H line (to downtown Denver) and the R line (to Peoria station to the north and Lincoln station to the south). Denver International Airport is served by Iliff Station through a transfer to Peoria Station.

Hyatt Regency Conference Center
13200 E. 14th Place, Aurora, CO 80011

The Hyatt Regency Aurora parking garage is a 6-story facility with 506 public parking spaces. Public parking is open 24 hours a day and accessible to all visitors and guests of the Hyatt Regency Aurora Hotel & Conference Center as well as nearby business and commercial attractions, including guests of the nearby Anschutz Medical Campus.*

The gated, self-pay garage offers self-parking rates and monthly permit parking options. At the end of your hourly parking stay, cash or credit card payments are conveniently processed via automated pay stations located in the main garage lobby or at the exit of the credit card vehicle lane (uniquely). Overnight Hyatt guests can place garage parking fees directly into their hotel room folio account for unlimited garage access – just speak with the front desk staff at check-in. room to arrange parking.

There are TWENTY (20) electric vehicle charging stations on all levels of the garage that offer FREE charging the vehicle (with a valid ChargePoint account).

Parking for vans accessible to people with reduced mobility: Guests with large/oversized or tall wheelchair vans/vehicles must first check in and obtain guest assistance from a member of the Hyatt hotel valet team (posted at the gate of hotel) before entering the garage. The hotel’s valet team will be happy to help you get your vehicle safely into the garage and park it in a designated parking space accessible to vans. Accessible parking spaces for NON-vans are accessed through the main vehicle garage entrance and are located throughout the facility. All wheelchair accessible car parks operate on a first-come, first-served basis.

Parking is managed by the Hyatt Regency Aurora management team.

For more information about the hotel and the conference center, please visit

Self-parking rates
0 to 6 hours: $6
6 to 24 hours (daily): $12
Lost entry ticket: $12

Monthly parking rates

Aurora Civic Center
15151 East Alameda Parkway, Aurora, CO 80012

The Aurora Civic Center (AMC) has ample parking for all visitors and City campus employees. We ask that drivers please obey all posted signs when parking on campus; including all time limitations, speed limits and reserved parking restrictions. The City Campus can often be a busy place, so please always yield to all pedestrians and cyclists.

FREE charging stations for electric vehicles (EV) (Charging point account required) are available to the public on level P-1 (ground floor) of the AMC garage – located on the east side of the garage. For more information on access FREE public electric vehicle charging stations throughout the city of Aurora, please click here.

To enhance safety at the Aurora Civic Center, Park Aurora has launched new off-street parking rules and regulations for all surface parking lots and garages on campus. Formalizing parking rules on campus ensures that all visitors and city employees clearly understand how to use our valuable parking resources.

To learn more about CMA’s off-street parking management rules and regulations, please click here.

AMC Campus Parking Passes:

For an AMC Campus Visitor Parking Map, please click here.
Municipal employees only – For a campus map of designated employee parking locations, please Click here.

RTD facilities (transit parking)

The town of Aurora is served by an extensive public transit system operated by the Regional Transportation District (RTD). RTD operates car parks at several bus transfer and train station facilities.

Park & ​​Ride lots for bus transfer facilities include:

Alameda and Havana
Olympic Park
Smoky Hill / Piccadilly

Park & ​​Ride facilities at the station include:

Dayton Station
Nine Mile Station Garage
Aurora Center Metro Station
2nd and Abilene Station
13th Avenue Station
Peoria Station
40th and Airport – Gateway Park Station

Please note that the Iliff Garage, located at 14000 E. Wesley Ave., is operated by the City of Aurora for the exclusive use of Iliff Station RTD customers. Find out more about the car parks operated by RTD on RTD website.

Secure bicycle parking at the transit station

The City of Aurora, in partnership with RTD and Northeast Transportation Connections, plans to install secure bicycle parking areas at Iliff Station and Peoria Station in Aurora and Central Park Station in Denver . Check back to for updates on when these facilities open and how to get a monthly pass to these safe cycling facilities.

Charging stations for electric vehicles

Park Aurora is proud to offer over 20 publicly accessible electric vehicle (EV) charging stations at city-owned and operated parking lots. To use these EV charging stations, you must be a member of Charging point.

The following city-owned and operated parking lots offer publicly accessible electric vehicle charging stations:

Aurora Civic Center Garage, 15151 E. Alameda Parkway
4 stations at garage level P1

Hyatt Regency Conference Center Garage (paid parking)
13200 E. 14th place
20 stations on each level of the garage

Iliff Station Garage (paid parking)
14000 E. Wesley Avenue
6 stations at garage level P1

Aurora City Public Safety Training Center
25950 E. Quincy Ave.
2 stations located in the car park

Check back for more information on new stations as they become available.

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Parking spaces

County’s deal with Marriott includes 1,200 dedicated parking spaces

Woodmont Corner Garage is currently the largest garage in Downtown Bethesda County with 1,121 spaces

Montgomery County Department of Transportation

Marriott International officials said part of the reason the global hotel company is moving its headquarters to downtown Bethesda is to be accessible to the subway, but that doesn’t mean it expects that employees and visitors abandon their cars.

That’s why, as part of Montgomery County’s agreement with the hotel giant, the county will provide Marriott with 1,200 dedicated downtown parking spaces, county spokesman Patrick Lacefield said Wednesday.

Marriott said Tuesday it would build a new $600 million, 700,000 square foot headquarters in downtown Bethesda that would house about 3,500 employees as well as a 200-room hotel. As part of the deal, the company will receive at least $44 million in financial incentives, with the state and county each paying half. The company plans to move to the new headquarters when its lease in its Fernwood Road building expires in 2022. Marriott plans to identify a specific downtown location in the first quarter of 2017, and real estate sources tell Bethesda beat several properties that could meet the company’s requirements. .

Lacefield said the county will provide the parking spaces for $2 million per year or $40 million over 20 years as part of the agreement. He said the spaces could be built in a new county parking garage or be dedicated to Marriott in existing garages depending on the site Marriott chooses. “The precise location of these spaces or their shape depends on the site they end up occupying,” Lacefield said.

He said it was too early to tell whether 1,200 additional vehicles traveling through downtown Bethesda on weekdays would exacerbate traffic problems. He noted that Marriott has already declared the company’s interest in providing its employees with transit options.

If the county were to build a new garage for Marriott, it would be bigger than any of Bethesda County’s nine garages. The Woodmont Corner garage at the intersection of Woodmont Avenue and Old Georgetown Road is the largest in Bethesda with 1,121 spaces, while the new Capital Crescent Garage near Bethesda Row has 1,027 spaces, according to the county. transport service website.

The parking agreement was part of the county’s agreement with the state to retain Marriott, which has been headquartered in the county for 60 years. The state and county also agreed to provide the company with $22 million each in economic development funds, conditional on the company building the new headquarters and employing 3,500 people. The deal still needs to be approved by the state legislature and Montgomery County Council.

The company will also be eligible for tax credits of $15 to $18 million, under state law, according to Lacefield. He said the company would receive the credits on the condition that it add a small number of jobs – less than 100 – and build the headquarters. The county would be responsible for $10 million to $12 million of the appropriations, while the state would be responsible for the remaining $5 million to $6 million, Lacefield said.

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