More temporary parking this weekend in Mammoth

Press release

Mammoth Lakes, CA – The Town of Mammoth Lakes is extending designated
temporary overnight parking sites this weekend for lodging guests and visitors in
need of parking.

Due to the excessive snowfall this January and the limited availability of hotel and condominium parking, the Town has identified six locations throughout the community, with the majority of sites conveniently located near or adjacent to transit routes. Visitors are requested to park their vehicles in the designated areas for the weekend and use the complimentary transit service.

Temporary overnight parking locations can be found on the attached map and are
as follows: Hillside Parking Lot, Tavern Park & Ride, Mammoth Ice Rink – Upper Lot,
Mammoth Creek Park, Volcom Brothers Skate Park and the Mono County Court
Parking Lot.

Visitors will not be ticketed during their stay but are asked to vacate the temporary overnight parking sites by no later than Monday morning.

The Mammoth Lakes Police Department is reminding citizens that there is no street
parking from November 1 through April 30. Vehicles found parked in violation of
these ordinances are subject to receiving a parking citation and/or in some cases,
vehicles may be impounded at the owner’s expense.

For additional information about this program please visit, follow Eastern Sierra Transit Authority on
Twitter @estabus or review the winter transit map and routes online at:


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4 years ago

Good choice Town of Mammoth.
But I hear Rusty wants to build a parking lot where the Community Center and the Town Tennis courts currently sit at the N.E. corner of Forest Trail and Minaret Road.
Whatever happened to the construction of a parking STRUCTURE where the new parking lot next door to the Westin is? Thirty six spaces with a two hour limit, why the heck was a shuttle stop built there? Good grief, man!