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The Town of Avon has free public parking supported by free bus service, which provide residents and guests with access to Avon's vibrant retail and restaurant commercial core, Recreation Center, Library, Nottingham Park and Beaver Creek Resort. In Avon, you can park once and walk, bike or ride the bus to your destination.

Welcome to Avon, Colorado!

In compliance with November 6, 2020 State health guidelines, all passengers must follow the below guidelines:

  • Wear a face covering over the nose and mouth while using or waiting for the bus (face coverings are not required for persons under two years of age)
  • If you have a medical condition that prevents you from wearing a face covering, please contact Avon Transit for alternate arrangements.
  • Board the bus from the back door only to reduce driver exposure
  • Maintain 6-feet of physical distance between non-household groups to the greatest extent possible
Avon Transit will limit bus capacity to 50% of posted seated capacity. Everyone should maintain 6-feet of physical distance between non-household groups to the greatest extent possible. Drivers may have to skip stops when buses are at capacity. One window on each side of the bus will remain open to maximize ventilation.

Learn more about Colorado's Exposure Notifications Program, which can quickly notify you if you’ve likely been exposed, allowing you to reduce risk for your loved ones, seek timely medical attention, and stay home. 

Please contact the Avon Mobility Department at ewilson@avon.org or (970) 748-4120 if you have any questions.

  1. Walk.
  2. Ride.
  3. Park.

Main Street Mall-1 Photo Zach Mahone
 
Avon's vibrant commercial core is best seen by foot! There are miles of hard-surface trails perfect for walking or biking, and the Main Street Mall is a pedestrian-only street running east-to-west and connecting Avon Road to Nottingham Park.  The Town of Avon has taken its next significant action in bringing walkability, bike safety, and parking and streetscape improvements to the Town core when it implemented a new test traffic pattern on East and West Beaver Creek Boulevard, from Lake Street to Beaver Creek Place during the summer of 2016. Monitoring the use of the street has given valuable information to Town officials as they determine the future of the corridor. The changes are aimed at testing the Town Council’s vision to create a more complete transportation system, demonstrating bicycle treatments that have the potential to increase safety and usability for all travelers.

Around Town Walk Times

  • City Market to Nottingham Park | 10 minutes
  • Post Office to Westin Riverfront Hotel | 6 minutes
  • Westin Riverfront Hotel to Avon Station | 1 minute
  • Nottingham Park to Westin Riverfront Hotel | 4 minutes
  • Avon Recreation Center to Avon Station | 4 minutes
11.23.20 Winter Bus and Parking Map