The Town of Dillon does not allow any on-street or Town Right-of-Way parking between the hours of 2:00 AM - 6:00 AM, year round. This is to allow for maintenance and safety issues during those hours. During the winter months, November 1 thru April 30, it is extremely critical for our snowplowing crews to safely remove snow from the Town streets and parking lots, vehicles violating these regulations will be towed or ticketed. Please remember that, although it may not be snowing when you go to bed, our crews go to work at 4:00 AM every morning to remove new snow, or to clean up remaining snow and ice from previous storms.
Permit only, 72 hour, trailer parking during Summer months ONLY, is located on Lodgepole St. Please visit the Marina office for your permit. All other parking is restricted to 24 hours only in designated lots. (Please see the map below)
RULESNo parking is permitted on any Town-owned street or right-of-way, between 2:00 AM and 6:00 AM., year round
Overnight parking is permitted only in the Town Center rotating lots as posted on the regulatory signs at the entrance to those lots. On any given night, there are at least two parking lots available for anyone to leave a vehicle overnight. The accompanying map shows the location of those lots and the nights they are available for parking.
If you have any questions, please contact the Dillon Police Department at 970 468-6078.
Monday, Wednesday & Friday Nights. These lots have posted signs restating the nights available for parking
Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday & Sunday Nights. These lots have posted signs restating the nights available for parking
Overnight Parking is prohibited in all other Town lots.
Click here for a current Parking Map
Call the Summit County Communications Center at 970 668-8600 if the vehicle is parked on a Dillon town street to report an abandoned vehicle. Abandonment of a motor vehicle is defined as follows in the Colorado Revised Statutes.
18-4-512 Abandonment of a Motor Vehicle
Any person who abandons any motor vehicle upon a street, highway, right-of-way, or any other public property, or upon any private property without the express consent of the owner or person in lawful charge of that private property commits abandonment of a motor vehicle.
To "abandon" means to leave a thing with the intention not to retain possession of or assert ownership over it. The intent need not coincide with the act of leaving.
It is prima facie evidence of the necessary intent that:
The motor vehicle has been left for more than seven days unattended and unmoved; or
License plates or other identifying marks have been removed from the motor vehicle; or
The motor vehicle has been damaged or is deteriorated so extensively that it has value only for junk or salvage; or
The owner has been notified by a law enforcement agency to remove the motor vehicle, and it has not been removed within three days after notification.
Abandonment of a motor vehicle is a class 3 misdemeanor.
Source: L. 71: R&RE, p. 432, § 1. C.R.S. 1963: § 40-4-512.