Parking Enforcement Patrol Program
The primary purpose of Longmont’s volunteer Parking Enforcement Patrol is to educate the public about disability parking laws and to ensure that disabled parking spaces are available for our disabled residents and visitors when they need them. As part of this educational process, volunteers occasionally issue citations for violating the disability parking laws and various other parking violations.
Parking Enforcement Patrol volunteers patrol in teams of two for two to four hours one day per week. Volunteers provide their own transportation and receive reimbursement for mileage.
In addition, volunteers receive thorough training on applicable laws, how to educate the public on those laws, and how to issue citations. New volunteers are matched with an experienced volunteer for extensive on-the-job training.
Our volunteers find this to be one of the most rewarding experiences they have ever participated in, and many have been with the patrol for more than five years.
If you would like to learn more about being a Parking Enforcement Patrol volunteer, please contact:
Parking Enforcement Officer Barb Ratner, 303-651-8658, firstname.lastname@example.org or Michelle Milbee at email@example.com.