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Guide to Parking at the Larchmont Metro-North Train Station

Parking is a challenge at most Westchester Metro-North train stations. There are many Metro-North train stations in Westchester with multi-year waitlists. There are resident parking or daily parking options at the Larchmont Metro-North train station. Here is our guide to Parking at the Larchmont Metro-North Train Station.

Larchmont Metro-North Train Commute to NYC

Many people move to Larchmont for the proximity to New York City. Depending on which train you take, the commute from Larchmont to Grand Central is approximately 35-45 minutes.

Application Process for Parking at the Larchmont Metro-North Train Station

Larchmont train station annual parking permit is available to Village of Larchmont residents on a first-come/first-served basis.  The fiscal year is from June 1st to May 31st.  Parking permit for existing permit holders does not automatically renew.  Every year, prior to June 1st, parking permits are resold on a first-come/first-served basis giving new residents a chance to get a permit.  The annual parking permit is for Lot 1 which is located on the Connecticut-bound side. For the most up to date information, please call the Larchmont Village clerk at 914-834-6230.

Daily Parking at the Larchmont Metro-North Train Station

Daily meter parking is available in Lot 3 which is on the New York-bound side.  In order to park in Lot 3, you can either get a Daily meter parking permit which will still require you to pay the $6/day parking fee or a combined parking permit which will allow you to park at Lot 3 without having to pay the daily $6 fee.  For the most up to date information, please call the Larchmont Village clerk at 914-834-6230.

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