Overnight public parking in Vail will remain free throughout the summer as the town continues to scale its operations to adjust to the public health crisis. Vehicles may remain parked in the Vail Village and Lionshead garages for up to 72 hours, as well as the Red Sandstone garage on the North Frontage Road. Paid overnight parking was implemented during the 2018 summer season to increase available parking spaces during the day. However, due to the pandemic, the town is adjusting its operations to reflect a decrease in parking demand and reductions in seasonal staffing.
The town’s managed parking program at Ford Park is also being suspended for the summer, due to the cancellation of major events at the Ford Amphitheater and sporting events at the Ford Park fields.
During the fall, the town will announce a date for the return of paid parking and associated pricing to coincide with the start of the new ski season, pending public health orders.
For more information, contact the parking supervisor’s office at 970-479-2445.