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To ensure our residents continue to have access to a number of convenient parking options within town limits, Resident Parking Permits are available on an annual basis.

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Meadows Run Parking

Located at the end of Adams Ranch Road in the Meadows neighborhood, there are a total of 110 spaces in this lot. During the winter months, we conduct routine snow removal: every Monday, between 5 p.m. and 9 p.m. the north side of the lot is closed and every Thursday, between 5 p.m. and 9 p.m., the south side of the lot is closed, unless signs denote the contrary. After April 1 of each year, this snow removal policy is no longer in effect.

  • Free daytime and overnight parking with a Resident Parking Permit only
  • No RVs, commercial vehicles and trailers

Gondola Parking Garage

Located behind Town Hall Plaza and northwest of the gondola terminal Station Village Parking, there are a total of 460 spaces in this garage.

  • Free and unlimited parking hours, 7 a.m. to 2 a.m.
  • No overnight parking, 2 a.m. to 7 a.m.

Town Hall Plaza Parking

Located off Mountain Village Boulevard and adjacent to The Market at Mountain Village, there are a total of 60 spaces in this lot, many of which are used for businesses located within Town Hall Plaza. Unlimited daytime parking with a Resident Parking Permit along the rock wall only.

  • Free and unlimited parking hours, 7 a.m. to 2 a.m.
  • No overnight parking, 2 a.m. to 7 a.m.

North Village Center Parking

Located off Mountain Village Boulevard, between the Shirana and Westermere buildings, there are a total of 25 spaces in this lot.

  • Free and unlimited parking hours, 7 a.m. to 2 a.m.
  • No overnight parking, 2 a.m. to 7 a.m.

You may obtain a permit from the Mountain Village Police Department for a nominal annual fee of $25 and with proof of residency. Acceptable documentation includes a utility bill. We issue a maximum of two Resident Parking Permits per household once proof of residential status and vehicle registration documents have been verified. Once you have secured the permit to your windshield, you may park in designated permit lots.

You may obtain a Resident Parking Permit by mail. Please complete the Resident Parking Permit Application and return that and the required documentation to the Mountain Village Police Department. Out of state property owners should allow four to six weeks for delivery. If you plan to arrive in Mountain Village earlier, do not apply for your permit by mail, but rather stop by the Police Department.

For residents who live in Mountain Village Center and fulfill other such requirements, you have the option to park in the Gondola Parking Garage. Located behind Town Hall Plaza and northwest of the gondola terminal Station Village Parking, there are a total of 460 spaces in this garage.

One permit per resident up to a maximum of two permits per unit; non-transferable; overnight parking included

  • $300 per vehicle per season (November 1- April 30 and May 1 to October 31) pro-rated from end of season at $50 per month, paid in advance
  • To qualify, you must be a full-time Mountain Village resident and employed in the R-1 School District

Display your permit in the lower, left-handed side of your vehicle’s windshield. If a permit is displayed incorrectly, you will be ticketed and/or your vehicle towed at your expense. Up to two nontransferable permits may be issued per household, but only one vehicle per address may utilize the permitted area at a time. Obtaining a permit does not translate into free parking in lots requiring payment nor does it give residents with permits extended time limits on short-term parking unless otherwise directed. Permit Parking Only signage denotes permitted spaces.

Parking is not allowed along any street or right-of-way. If you are hosting a large event in Mountain Village and need to park cars along the roadway, contact us as we will be happy to work with you.

Yes, fractional unit owners can obtain one non-transferable residential parking permit per fractional owner. You must show recorded deed as proof of fractional ownership.