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What is the parking situation like in Tarrytown?

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SaraKaplan 2yrs+
Parking is a bit above average for your typical Westchester town. Main streets have metered parking, but residential areas do not. In the business district (where you'll also find restaurants and a great night life), you can pay 25 cents for a total of 20 mns, and you can use either quarters, or nickles and dimes. There's an impressive total of five parking lots in town: the 2 South Broadway lot, where you can park for up to two hours; the 31 South Broadway Lot has eighteen meters for two-hour parking and six for for six-hour parking (that should stay with your memory); McKeel has fifty-five meters and you can park here for six hours, and it also has seventeen resident or business-permit parking spaces that can last up to twelve hours, and if you're planning on staying for vacation, there's four spaces that can last you fourteen days. Other parking spaces have similar offerings, except the Depot Plaza lot at the train station is only for residents of the town. If you're a resident, you can buy an annual train parking permit for $275; semi-annual, $215; if you're from elsewhere, annually costs $1,075 or $655 for semi-annually; for business ventured parking, $300 for annually and $240 semi-annually.
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