Electric Vehicle Parking & Charging

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Find a Charging Station

Electric Vehicles (EVs) are vehicles that operate on an electric motor instead of an internal-combustion engine that generates power by burning a mix of fuel and gases. The City of Aspen is committed to reducing greenhouse gases in our community and supports the use of EVs by offering charging stations throughout town. Charging stations are sites where EVs can receive a charge that contributes to the range the vehicle can drive. Charging at sites in Aspen is available to all EV users for free, although parking fees and posted hours do apply.  

Use this map to find an EV charging station near you. You can visit the Alternative Fuels Data Center for the US Department of Energy's map of charging stations across the nation.

Free Parking Permits Available 

  • 100% electric vehicles can apply for a permit to park for free in Aspen’s residential areas. Inquire at the City of Aspen Parking Department by calling 970-920-5267 or visiting: 455 Rio Grande Building, Aspen, CO 81611. 
  • No matter what type of vehicle you drive, we recommend carpooling. Cars with two or more adults can pick up a daily carpool permit at the Aspen Airport Kiosk to park for free in Aspen residential areas.

EV Programs and Rebates

Learn more about the programs we offer around electric vehicles, including rebates for level II and III electric vehicle chargers. 

Contact Us

Parking Department

Direct questions and comments about parking services, including permits, to 970-920-5267, or stop by 455 Rio Grande Building in Aspen. 

Climate Action Team

For more information about rebates and our Climate Action programs, visit the Climate Action webpage or contact climate@CityOfAspen.com.