You can find more than 50 public charging ports at city facilities like Chautauqua, the recreation centers and downtown parking garages, as well as many more operated by businesses across town.

Map of charging stations in Boulder

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City-operated charging stations

Site Name Address Plugs Fee
Boulder Airport 3335 Airport Rd 2 Free
Alpine-Balsam Parking Garage 2667 Broadway 2 Free
OSMP Annex 7315 Red Deer Dr 2 Free
Atrium 1770 13th St 2 Free
Chautauqua 600 Baseline Rd 2

Free

Scott Carpenter Park 1505 30th St 4 Free
East Boulder Community Center 5660 Sioux Dr 2 Free
North Boulder Recreation Center 3172 Broadway 2 Free
South Boulder Recreation Center 1360 Gillaspie Dr 4 Free
Boulder Reservoir 5565 51st St 4 Free
10th & Walnut Parking Garage 900 Walnut St 4 $1 for the first two hours; $2.50 per hour for each additional hour
11th & Walnut Parking Garage 1100 Walnut St 2 $1 for the first two hours; $2.50 per hour for each additional hour
1104 Spruce Parking Garage 1104 Spruce Parking Garage 2 $1 for the first two hours; $2.50 per hour for each additional hour
1400 Walnut Parking Garage 1400 Walnut Parking Garage 2 $1 for the first two hours; $2.50 per hour for each additional hour
15th & Pearl Parking Garage 1500 Pearl St 4 $1 for the first two hours; $2.50 per hour for each additional hour
2240 Broadway Parking Garage 2240 Broadway 2 $1 for the first two hours; $2.50 per hour for each additional hour
Boulder Junction Parking Garage 2280 Junction Pl 2 $1 for the first two hours; $2.50 per hour for each additional hour

City of Boulder electric vehicles goals and progress

  • The City of Boulder aims to electrify its entire fleet by 2030
  • The community is aiming to electrify all vehicles in the city by 2050

Looking to buy or lease an EV? EnergySmart offers EV advising to walk you through what options are right for you, including tax savings and charging options.

Incentives for EV Charger Installation

Boulder residents and businesses that install electric vehicle charging stations may be eligible for a federal tax credit* for "Alternative Fuel Vehicle Refueling Property." This may include a credit of up to $1,000 for the purchase and installation of a charging station for personal use. Additionally, federal law allows a 30 percent tax credit, capped at $30,000, for business/investment use per site.

*This credit is not available to cities, schools or other non-taxpayers.

The Colorado Energy Office (CEO) and the Regional Air Quality Council (RAQC) have partnered to provide an opportunity for local fleets to apply for funding to support the acquisition of electric vehicles and installation of electric vehicle charging stations. This effort to is intended to improve air quality and encourage the deployment of electric vehicles across Colorado.