Map of Public EV Chargers in the Town of Crested Butte
Updated April 2024

Electric Vehicles (EVs) & Public Charging

Level 2 Charging:

    • 6th & Elk Level 2 Charging Station (1 station, 2 cables)
      •  located on the west side of the tennis courts as you drive into town.
    • 1st & Elk Level 2 Charging Station (1 station, 2 cables)
      •  located in the public parking lot on the far west side of town at the end of Elk Ave
    • Town Hall Level 2 Charging Station (1 station, 2 cables): 
      • located on the west side of Town Hall**.
      • **We often see people confuse these chargers with the Level 2 charging on the south side of the library. These chargers are reserved for our Marshals. You'll know you're in the right place when you're facing the baseball field! Please note that no overnight parking is allowed from Oct-May for snow removal.
    • Clark's Market Parking Lot Level 2 Charging Stations (2 stations, 4 cables): 
      • located on the northeast end of the Clark's parking lot. 

Level 3 Charging (DC Fast Charging):

    • Crested Butte Fire Station DC Fast (Level 3) Charging Station (1 station, 2 cables): 
      • located on the east side of the Crested Butte Fire Department building.

EV Rebates & Tax Credits

Electric Vehicles

  • $4,000 - $7,500 with the Clean Vehicle Tax Credit, IRS
  • $2,000 - $5,000 tax credit for light-duty electric vehicle or light duty electric truck (purchase or 2 year lease), US Dept. of Energy
  • $4,000 - $6,000 towards a new or pre-owned vehicle for Colorado's Vehicle Exchange Program, Colorado Energy Office
  • up to $1,000 for used EV, GCEA
  • up to $1,250 for residential EV charging equipment and installation, GCEA

GCEA Rebates

Gunnison Valley Electric Association (GCEA) is offering several rebates for electric equipment purchases. Qualifying purchases range from electric appliances, lawnmowers, and EVs! Visit their rebates page see how much money you can get back by choosing electric!

The Future of EVs in Crested Butte

The Town of Crested Butte adopted its Transportation and Mobility Plan (TMP) on March 4th, 20204, which guides Crested Butte in deemphasizing the car and encouraging alternative modes of transportation for our community to walk, bike, or bus! There are also recommended EV charging strategies. The Town of Crested Butte and Mt. Crested Butte will be partnering in 2024 on a Northern Valley EV Infrastructure and Readiness Plan. Stay tuned!