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Breck to give locals break on parking

DAILY NEWS STAFF REPORT

BRECKENRIDGE – For the second year in a row, the Town of Breckenridge is recognizing the month of May as “Locals Appreciation Month” for parking. The three-hour, time-restricted areas will not be enforced the entire month. All other parking rules and regulations, including handicap spaces and delivery zones, will continue to be enforced.Other upcoming changes include:• On Monday, April 23, the Tiger Dredge, F-Lot, E. Sawmill and Wellington lots will go to free parking for the summer. No overnight parking from 2-6 a.m. remains in effect throughout the summer months. Overnight parking for guests will continue to be available at the Stephen C. West Ice Arena (189 Boreas Pass Rd) for $5 per night, per vehicle. Overnight parking for oversized vehicles will remain at the Valleybrook Lot ($10 per night). Overnight permits are self-serve and can be picked up at the entrance to Town Hall.• Additionally, a four-hour Temporary Residential Parking Permit is now available for residents who need on-street parking for guests, for up to four hours. This program is not available on all town streets, and other restrictions apply so please visit http://www.townofbreckenridge.com for more details. For questions please contact (970) 547-3141.


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