The City's Community Vitality Department is improving our five downtown parking garages, and these projects continue into the late fall of 2023. At times, there will be impacts from noise, dust, and some parking areas will be closed. The projects include important maintenance repairs, improvements such as power washing and re-striping, installation of parking guidance systems to display parking availability within garages, upgrades to electronic signs at garage entrances, as well as converting all five of the city’s downtown garages to gateless operation on Oct. 1 for quicker entry and exit efficiency. The schedule for this work is fluid, and crews may move from garage to garage based on schedule and type of work occurring. For Sept. 25-Oct. 2, 2023:

Sept. 25-Oct. 2, 2023
GarageClosure ImpactNoise Impact
10th and Walnut (St. Julien)Low impacts: Work is on hold until November, with some inspections happening during this pause. Low
11th and SpruceHigh impacts: North stairwell remains closed for repairs into October; north elevator remains open. Work areas are blocked off with cones and danger tape.High: noisy work is scheduled between 7:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. weekdays
14th and Walnut (next to RTD station)Medium impacts: Continue repair work throughout the garage. The ramp between levels 2 and 3 is one lane only while repairs are being done in that area. Please drive carefully through the affected work areas, which are designated with signage, cones and caution tape.Medium: noisy work is scheduled between 7:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. weekdays
11th and Walnut (Randolph Center)High impacts: Restricted access / NO PUBLIC PARKING through Wednesday, Nov. 1 for concrete repairs.High
15th and PearlLow impacts. Low