Landside Employee Parking Changes

The Landside Employee Parking Lot is Moving to Mt. Elbert.

WHEN: March 1, 2023
WHERE: Mt. Elbert Shuttle Lot, 6975 Valleyhead St. View Map
WHY: The demand for employee spaces in Landside currently exceeds capacity. Therefore, the Mt. Elbert lot will transition into the new Landside Employee Parking Lot. The former Landside Employee Parking Lot will be re-named and become overflow lot for the public when Pikes Peak reaches capacity. This transition will better serve both DEN employees and our passengers.

The current Mt. Elbert lot will be renamed to Landside, and the Mt. Elbert name will be retired.

The change will take place March 1, 2023 at 2 a.m.

  • Entrance to the current Landside Employee Parking Lot will close on March 1, 2023, at 2 a.m.
  • There will be regular service to the Landside Employee Parking Lot from the Hotel and Transit Center (HTC) through March 1, 2023, at 11:59 p.m.

Need to pickup your vehicle from the old lot after March 2?

Employees needing to pick up their vehicle after 12 a.m. on March 2, 2023, should fill out the Landside Vehicle Pick Up form.

Landside Vehicle Pick Up Form

Map and Directions:

6975 Valley Head St.
Denver, CO  80249
View Google Map

NOTE: Google Maps may still reflect the name Mt. Elbert.

  • Active shuttle stops at the new Landside Employee Parking Lot are indicated on the map below. All shuttle stops have handicap accessible parking 
  • The new Landside Employee Parking Lot will have the same regular daily service to/from the Hotel & Transit Center (HTC)
  • All vehicles entering and exiting the new Landside lot MUST BE registered with DEN's parking office in order to park in the Landside Parking Lot
  • Employees will not use SIDA badge for entry, but must have their vehicles registered with the Parking Office
    • Late March/Early April (more to follow), employees will be required to register for an AVI tag
    • AVI will eventually be used for entry into the employee parking lots

Coming Soon: In April, DEN will transition to a new system called ExpressPark, a contactless way for employees to access their assigned parking lot using Automatic Vehicle Identification (AVI) stickers.

Download the map

Employee Landside Parking Map