Changes to Vail’s Parking!

By In The Vail Valley On March 2, 2010


The Town of Vail, and Vail Resorts, is always looking for ways to solve, improve, and plan current, and future, parking issues.  As such, there have been quite a few new policies implemented to help both the local resident, and the Vail visitor, to be able to access Vail Mountain’s skiing as well as to more easily enjoy the amenities of Vail Village.

Besides creating more “frontage road” parking for locals on the north frontage road near Safeway and the old Wendy’s site, as well as opening up Donovan Park as free parking (when there isn’t a “special event” going on), the Town of Vail has extended the Value Pass to all residents, employees, and property owners in all of Eagle County– not just Vail Village residents, et al.

And, as of January, the Town created additional options for skier drop-off at the Vail Village and Lionshead parking structures and additional locations at Golden Peak and Cascade Village.  As well, there is more convenient short-term parking along with lower rates.

So, come on in to Vail for some shopping, errands, or just meet friends for lunch.  For more information regarding Vail’s parking regulations, rates, etc., go to VailParkingRegulations.


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