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Guide to Parking at the Pelham Metro-North Train Station

Parking at the Pelham Metro-North train station is very limited. This is typical for most Westchester Metro-North train stations. Here is our guide to parking at the Pelham Metro-North train station.

Metro North train
Metro North train

Pelham Metro-North Train Commute to NYC

Many people move to Pelham for its proximity to New York City. The Metro-North train ride from Pelham to Grand Central is approximately 31-36 minutes long.

Parking at Pelham Metro-North Train Station

Parking at Pelham Metro-North train station is very limited.  There is a long waitlist to get a Pelham resident parking permit.

Metro North train
Metro North train

In fact, the chances of getting a parking spot at the Pelham Metro North station is almost impossible.  

For example, in Lot 1 which is closest to the Pelham train station, there are only 29 spaces available with a waitlist of over 100 people and usually zero new open spaces available.

Lot 1 and Lot 4 are closest to the Pelham train station. There are other lots further away from the station. Here is a map of the parking lots in Pelham. 

To be placed on the waitlist, you can email  You can call the Village Clerk’s Office at 914-231-3320 for more information.

In addition to the Pelham Village parking lots, there is also parking on the station managed by Laz Parking.  There is also a waitlist. You can call 1-888-682-7275 for more details.

Important: If you are lucky enough to score a parking spot, make sure you renew your parking permit on time! Renewal reminders are sent out only once in November for the following year. Please make sure to renew your permit or you risk losing your parking permit!

Daily Parking

There are pay station parking lots near the train station that are available on a first-come/first-served basis.

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