The Parking and Mobility Enterprise System envisioned by the city of Aurora will serve to promote quality of life and economic development opportunities throughout the community with the implementation of an integrated parking management and mobility enterprise function. The program will evolve over time to serve the entire community of Aurora, helping to link the new Aurora Line /I-225 light rail stations and commercial, mixed-used, and transit-oriented development (TOD) areas within the community. The cornerstone of the program will be an emphasis on positive customer service and experiences, which should provide a successful foundation for the program’s evolution within the community. The following Mission, Vision, and Guiding Principles will help guide the program’s evolution within the Aurora community.
Program Vision and Mission
The central tenet of the Aurora Parking and Mobility Enterprise System will be to manage the program and its elements for the improvement and economic development of the Aurora community. This is expressed through the Vision and Mission statements below, as well as the program guiding principles, which build off previous parking planning work completed in 2009.
Vision - Efficient parking management operations that provide a safe and positive parking environment for customers, as well as support and strengthen the TOD, urban center, and place-making goals of the Aurora community.
Mission - Support the growth and development of the Aurora community through the implementation of community based parking management strategies and coordinated mobility enhancements. Parking management will achieve this mission by being:
- Self-sustaining (long-term)
- Financially accountable
- Parking & Mobility Program Business Plan
The Parking & Mobility Program business plan document, presented to City Council in 2015 at a special study session, is available for download and review. Please click on the links below to download sections of the document.
Business Plan Summary
Marketing & Education
Paid Parking Policies
Parking Management Policies
Station Area Parking Management Policies
Technology Master Plan
Branding & Wayfinding
To view a copy of the presentation provided to city council in 2015, please click here (PPT presentation)
Public Outreach Opportunities
A series of public meetings took place on the proposed Neighborhood Parking Permit Programs, and the implementation of the Business Plan.
For information on previously held public outreach meetings, please download and review the Marketing & Education section of the Business Plan.
For any questions or additional information about the Parking & Mobility Program, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 303.739.7300.