Because the majority of streets in Lowry are owned, maintained and regulated by the City of Denver, street parking in Lowry is subject to Denver municipal code. Parking ordinances on public streets are solely enforced by the City of Denver. The LCMA has no right or authority to enforce City of Denver street parking ordinances. A list of all of the City of Denver’s parking ordinances can be found here:
If you have questions or concerns about street parking on public streets (green street signs) in Lowry, please call 311. For questions or concerns about a private street (blue street signs), please contact the LCMA or your sub-association..
In all residential areas, parking of vehicles is prohibited on unpaved areas including unpaved front, side and rear yards.
In the residential areas of Lowry, it is anticipated that the vehicles used and stored in driveways and private areas are residential vehicles. Commercial or recreational vehicles including, but not limited to, transporters, limousines, utility trailers, campers, recreational vehicles, boats, and any other PUC licensed vehicle or any vehicle requiring a Class C license to operate should generally be stored off-site. Allowed exceptions include temporary loading, delivery or emergencies, when these vehicles, may be parked in driveways or paved areas for a period not to exceed forty eight hours in any calendar week. Emergency first responder vehicles are exempt from this policy in accordance with Colorado law. Exterior storage of commercial or recreational vehicles is prohibited.
Inoperable vehicles or vehicles without current registration must be stored inside a garage and not parked in a driveway or adjacent to an alley. For covered vehicles parked in a driveway, vehicle covers must be maintained in good condition, free of rips, fading, etc.
Parking in an alley is prohibited. Vehicles parked in an LCMA-owned alley may be towed.