Residential Nonconforming Use Day Permits
Who May Apply?
Residential Nonconforming Use Day Permits are issued to those who meet the following criteria:
- Residents living in houses built prior to October 27, 1970 and a minimum of one parking space per dwelling unit is not provided
- Residents living in a building over three stories, and at least 2 parking spaces per 3 dwelling units is not provided
The Residential Nonconforming Use Day Permit Application requires the following information:
- The name and address of the owner or operator
- The license number, make and year of each vehicle
- Location of parking space being applied for
- A sworn statement that the applicant resides at the address given and that the residence qualifies under sub 2-a, b or c. If the applicant is applying under sub. 2-b, the sworn statement shall include physical dimensions of the parking space and the applicant's vehicle, including photographs of each. If the applicant is applying under sub 2-c, the sworn statement shall include an attached statement from a physician for the disabled person that the applicant's vehicle is needed to transport that person.
$15.00 per year
Where to Purchase:
Permits are issued from the Police District Station in which the vehicle will be parked.
Where to Place Permit:
Inside vehicle in the lower driver's side corner of windshield.