Parking Permits

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Parking Enforcement COVID-19 Impacts

Parking Enforcement for all posted time restrictions has resumed.

All meter restrictions (including time) continue to be actively enforced. Currently enforcement of night parking restrictions is suspended. 

Please note, the Milwaukee Police Department no longer issues daytime permits. If you meet the requirements and qualify for a daytime permit, they are available online or at any of the City of Milwaukee Violation Bureau Payment Centers.

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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