Parking Permits

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Night Parking Permits

  • Night Parking
  • Temporary Night Parking Permission
  • Night Shift Worker
  • Disabled Night Parking
  • Night workers who are not provided off-street parking by their employers
  • No Cost
  • Available Online and in person at Violations Bureaus 
  • A no cost Special Disabled Night Permit is required in addition to the state issued disabled parking identification card to park on City Streets between the hours of 2:00 a.m and 6:00 a.m. Monday through Saturday. 
  • Available Online and in person at Violations Bureaus 

Residential Daytime Permits

  • Residential Non-Conforming Use
  • Commuter Impacted Residential Area
  • Resident Only Permit
  • Residents living in houses built prior to October 27, 1970 and a minimum of one parking space per dwelling unit is not provided
  • Valid Wisconsin driver's license with the same address as on the application or a valid Wisconsin driver's license and a utility bill with the same address on the application.
  • Vehicle must have valid Wisconsin license plates, registration form must be brought to Violations Bureau location
  • 1 permit per residence
  • $15 per year
  • Available Online or in person at Violations Bureaus
  • Applies to specific locations designated as "Commuter Impacted" by the Common Council.   These areas are generally located near factories, schools, hospitals or large employment centers - listing of all eligible areas (MCO 101-27.7-c1-c19).
  • Valid Wisconsin driver's license with the same address as on the application or a valid Wisconsin driver's license and a utility bill with the same address on the application.
  • Vehicle must have valid Wisconsin license plates. If applying in person, registration form must be brought to Violations Bureau location
  • No Cost
  • Only one permit may be issued per residence
  • Available Online or in person at Violations Bureaus
  • For residents that live on RPP posted streets to park on these streets
  • Valid Wisconsin driver's license with the same address as on the application or a valid Wisconsin driver's license and a utility bill with the same address on the application.
  • Vehicle must have valid Wisconsin license plates, registration form must be brought to Violations Bureau location
  • 1 permit per residence, unless the residence also meets the criteria under the Residential Non Conforming Use permit then 2 RPP permits are allowed (in addition to the 1 non conforming permit).  
  • Issued annually
  • No Cost
  • Available Online and in person at Violations Bureaus 

Violations Bureau Locations

Face masks are required at all violations bureaus.

North
6223 North Teutonia Avenue
Monday-Friday: 9am-6pm
Saturday: 8:00am-12pm

Downtown
Police Administration Building
951 N. James Lovell Drive, 2nd Floor
Monday-Friday: 8am-5pm

South
2980 S Chase Avenue
Monday-Friday: 9am-6pm
Saturday: 8am-12pm

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