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The Cheyenne Police Department oversees parking enforcement and permits for Cheyenne roadways and City of Cheyenne parking structures.  The following types of parking permits are available.  Please complete the form for your parking application and submit it to Ted Miazga at or 415, W. 18th St., Cheyenne, Wyoming 82001. Permits can also be purchased at the Cheyenne Police Department, 415 W. 18th St. from 8:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.  For any questions on permits, contact Ted Miazga 307-637-6586.


Parking Structure- $4 daily/$45 monthly City of Cheyenne Parking Structure Permits.  These permits allow parking in the City of Cheyenne Parking structures (Cox Parking Structure, Jack R. Spiker Parking Structure, East Lot located at E. 17th St. and Warren Ave).

Parking Structure Permit Application

Residential Handicap Parking

Residential Handicap Parking Permit Application


On-Street Construction Permit - Intended for those doing construction or maintenance and needing to park beyond the posted time limit.  Applies to a specific block face and timeframe where/when work is being done on a "first come first serve" basis. Individual parking spots cannot be reserved.   Limited to three vehicles per project and each permit is $125 for each calendar month.

Construction Parking Permit Application

Downtown Resident Permit- Available to residents who live north of 15th St., south of 20th St., west of House Ave. and east of Bent Ave.  This permit allows a person to park their vehicle along a particular block face beyond the posted time limit.  Individual parking spaces cannot be reserved.  Applicants will need to provide documentation that they reside in the downtown area.  Limited to one permit per household and each permit is $125 per calendar month.

Downtown Resident Permit Application

Food Truck Permit
- Allows a food truck to park in a timed parking space beyond the posted time and across multiple parking spaces.  In order to park in front of a business, the permit holder must receive a written permission from the business and be able to produce evidence of that permission upon request. The permit is $125 per month.

Food Truck Permit Application

On-Street Critical Parking- Annual Critical Zone parking permits.  These permits are only for qualified residents who live in areas signed as "Critical Zones," particularly the area adjacent to the state capitol complex.  These permits no longer have a fee.



Cheyenne MPO Parking Study

Answers to Frequently asked Parking Questions