TARRYTOWN, N.Y. Non-resident commuters at the Tarrytown Train Station will need to find a new place to park during the day as the next phase of the Pierson Park-Andre Brook improvement project starts Monday
The work is scheduled to last four weeks as crews repave the lot, reconstruct parking islands and replace lighting and plants, Village Administrator Michael Blau said.
The Pierson Park-Andre Brook project includes building new recreation facilities at Pierson Park, such as tennis courts and a basketball court. A new parking lot is being constructed on Green Street. Crews also will improve land around the Andre Brook.
Temporary parking is being provided at several locations during the construction:
On-street parking on the north side of West Main Street
On-street metered spaces on Cortlandt Street
Perpendicular to the fence at Losee Park
The south-side parking lot at Losee Park
The South Depot Parking Lot on the east side of the railroad tracks
The West Main Street Parking lot between the Tarrytown Senior Center and the Tarrytown Recreation Department
A designated portion of the Tarrytown Centre parking lot near Walgreens
Blau noted the meters at the South Depot Parking Lot will not be enforced during the renovation. On-street meters on Cortlandt Street will be enforced.
Residents who park in the Tarrytown Centre designated parking area should only park in the marked area.
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