On behalf of City Council, the City of Loveland invites the public to share their experiences with the city’s parking meter pilot program and thoughts about parking availability in Downtown Loveland via an online survey.
The survey will be available Oct. 12-Nov. 9. The survey is free to take and hosted through SurveyMonkey at the following link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/ParkingMeterPublic. It will be shared on the city’s website, social media channels, monthly e-newsletter, and via a flyer at City Hall.
The pilot began May 19, 2021, in partnership with meter equipment provider, IPSGroup, Inc., and mobile app provider, ParkMobile. The pilot involved less than 10% of the city’s 535 downtown parking spots: 13 on-street spaces and 42 lot spaces were part of the pilot. 480 spots remained free.
Currently, the city is evaluating the pilot's effectiveness. The Loveland Police Department has submitted its observations and program data to City Council. In addition, Council would like to collect feedback about the parking technology used, how parking experience(s) went, and the public’s general feelings about the Downtown Loveland area. Council will review the survey feedback at its Nov. 23 meeting.
To view fact sheets and more information about the pilot program, please click here.