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Vail parking pass sales begin

Daily Staff Report

VAIL – Season parking passes will be available for purchase from the town of Vail beginning Monday and will be sold all winter at the Vail Municipal Building.Paid parking begins at 6 a.m. Nov. 23 in the Village and Lionshead parking structures.The parking program for 2005-06 includes a rate increase for Value Card holders. The rate has been increased to $6 per entry-exit in the Vail Village and Lionshead parking structures during non-peak periods for employees, residents and property owners and $12 during peak periods, an increase of $1 and $2, respectively.The rate for Eagle County employees, residents and property owners has been adjusted to $7 and $14, also an increase of $1 and $2 respectively.The card costs $5.Peak parking days include every Friday, Saturday and Sunday, plus Nov. 24, Dec. 26-Jan. 5, Jan. 16 and Feb. 20. The non-discounted full day parking rate is $16.Prices for the remaining season parking passes are unchanged from last year with the Pink outlying parking pass priced at $50; the Green pass, for restricted parking in the Vail Village and LionsHead structures, sells for $450; the Blue pass is priced at $825 for unrestricted parking at Lionshead and restricted parking in Vail Village; and the Gold pass for guaranteed parking in both the Village and Lionshead structures is available for $2,000. For more information, call the town’s parking hotline at 479-2104. Parking will continue to be free in both structures for the first 90 minutes and after 3 p.m. daily. Short-term parking will be available on the top deck of the village structure as well as level 2 of the Lions Head garage for $3 for up to 2 hours of parking, or $5 for up to 3 hours of parking. Vail, Colorado


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