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  • What is this new parking management system?
    The Town of Morrison has partnered with Park Morrison to provide a new, more efficient system to make parking easier, more readily available and faster than before. Residents and employees will continue to receive free parking via their registered license plate. Visitors will park, then pay via our solar-powered, (paperless) payment kiosks or the Tap N Explore QR Code on their cell phone.
  • How do I use it?
    Once you park, you will use one of the Park Morrison solar-powered kiosks located throughout the Town. Enter your license plate number and your credit card into the slot (just like the gas station) then follow the prompts on the screen. Alternatively, you can pay with the Tap N Explore QR Code. Click here for more information and the QR Code to pay.
  • What are the hours of paid parking? How much will it cost?
    Hours: 7 days a week 10 a.m. - 8 p.m. First 30 min - Free Next 30 min - $1 Next hour - $1.50 Next hour - $2 Next hour - $3 Every hour thereafter - $5
  • Can I Pay With Cash?
    Payments can be made with a credit card or debit card only.
  • If I get a violation, how much does it cost?
    Violations are $50.00. If your violation is not paid within 10 days, it will double to $100.00. You may pay online on the Violations page.
  • How long can I park for?
    You can make payment all day up until 8 p.m.; however, should your car be parked after 12 a.m. from the previous day, you will receive a violation.
  • I shouldn’t have gotten this ticket! What do I do?
    You can file an appeal to dispute your ticket on the Violations page.
  • How do I contact someone from Park Morrison
    To contact a Park Morrison Ambassador during paid parking hours, please call us at 719.838.0047, send us an email anytime or send us a note through the Contact page.
  • How do I obtain a residential or employee permit?
    For residential and employee permits please fill out the form on the Parking Permits page.
  • As a resident or employee do I need to pay for a permit?
    Residents and employees do not need to pay for a permit by simply providing proof of residency and/or employment.
  • Does Park Morrison share private information about users?
    No, Park Morrison does not share any information collected.
  • What is Park Morrison contact policy?
    A Park Morrison Ambassador will return calls and emails in a timely manner.
  • What Lots and Streets are paid parking?
    Please click HERE to see the Pay Parking and Permit Parking locations or view the map below.
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