Breckenridge suspends paid parking in town lots, gondola parking lots through May | SummitDaily.com

Breckenridge suspends paid parking in town lots, gondola parking lots through May

A tourist from Chicago pays for parking in Breckenridge in this February 2017 file photo. Breckenridge has suspended paid parking in town lots and the gondola parking lots through May.
Kailyn Lamb / klamb@summitdaily.com

Breckenridge has suspended paid parking in the town’s and gondola parking lots through May 31, though on-street paid parking will remain in effect.

A town press release states the easiest way to pay for parking in Breckenridge is with the Passport Parking app on smartphones.

The town is also offering an ongoing 10% discount for locals who use the “Locals $3 Free” wallet option on the Passport Parking app. Every time a user pre-funds his or her wallet with $30, the town will add $3 of free parking. Go to BreckPark.com for more instructions.

Also, beginning May 1, vehicles may be parked overnight in various lots including Tonopah, Courthouse, Exchange, Barney Ford, Ice House and Wellington lots.

Paid parking begins at 10 a.m. in these lots starting June 1, and vehicles that have not paid after 10 a.m. could be ticketed.

The release also notes there is no on-street parking from 2-6 a.m., and there is no overnight parking at the Tiger Dredge, F, Recreation Center, Breckenridge Grand Vacations Community Center, North or South Gondola lots, or Carter Park.

Extended overnight parking — one to 14 days — is available at the Airport Road lot for $5 a night on weekdays or $10 a night on weekends.

For more details about parking in Breckenridge, go to BreckPark.com.


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