DENVER7: Tenants cry foul over ‘Boots,’ overly aggressive parking enforcement at Commerce City condo complex
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By Lance Hernandez
May 19, 2018
COMMERCE CITY, Colo — Parking isn’t just a problem in downtown Denver or in Cherry Creek.
It is also a growing issue at apartment and condo communities throughout metro Denver.
Two tenants at The Lakes at Dune Park in Commerce City reached out to Denver7 on Saturday, after waking up and finding their vehicles had been booted.
There is high demand for on-street parking in the complex, just off U.S. 85 and 112th Avenue.
Signs posted throughout the complex state that parking is limited to “48 hours,” and that “violators will be booted.”
Aggressive Parking Enforcement
Adriana Trevizo believes parking enforcement has become overly aggressive.
She said residents were initially allowed to park on both sides of the street ringing the complex, but now can only park on one side.
On Saturday morning, Trevizo discovered that her car had been immobilized with a boot. Read more: