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Vehicles may not be parked in a space requiring payment at a parking meter if the meter display shows that there is no time remaining.
The exceptions to this violation are:
(1) during those times indicated on the meter when no time need be displayed (e.g., Sundays and holidays)
(2) when the vehicle is displaying a valid "Handicapped Prepaid Metered Parking" permit in accordance with B.R.C. Subsection 2-2-11(f).
The images below depict sample parking meters found in Boulder.
Meter #’s 7904 A&B. These meters have a four hour maximum time limit Monday through Friday.
These are expired meters making the vehicle parked in the associated space subject to a ticket for overtime at meter.
Occasionally, meters malfunction, as shown below. More information about meters, including what to do if there is a malfunction.
The city sells Handicapped Prepaid Metered Parking permits at Parking Services. These serve in lieu of depositing money or tokens in parking meters, or purchasing time in a parking space in a pay station area, on city streets and in city parking lots. They may only be used by vehicles eligible to park in spaces designated for handicapped parking. This essentially means vehicles with handicapped license plates or placards.
A Handicapped Prepaid Metered Parking permit is shown below.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 25 July 2012 08:55