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Parking Permits

Overnight Parking Permit

 

Commuter Impacted Residential Area
Day Parking Permit

Temporary Overnight Parking Permission

 

Resident-Only Parking Permits

  • For residents in the UWM Commuter Impacted Area to park on RPP Permit Parking streets.
  • Valid Wisconsin driver's license with the same address as on the application
  • Vehicle must be registered to the same address as on the application
  • 2 permits per residence
  • No Cost
  • Available at:
    MPD District One
    749 W State St.
  • More information on Residential Preferred Parking Permits

 

 

Night Shift Worker Parking Permit

  • Night workers who are not provided off-street parking by their employers
  • No Cost
  • Available at Police District Station in which the vehicle will be parked

Residential Nonconforming Use Day Parking Permit

  • 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
  • Sworn statement that the resident resides at the address provided.
  • $15 per year
  • Available at Police District Station in which the vehicle will be parked
  • More information on Residential Nonconforming Use Day Parking Permits


Disabled Parking Identification Card

Issued by the State of Wisconsin Department of Motor Vehicles

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.  This permit is available only at Police District Stations.

 

 

Certificate to Sell Vehicles on
Public Property

 

 
   

 

 

SnowMobile Winter Text Alert
Sign up for winter parking alerts

1. Sign in or create an enotify account.
2. Select text messaging in the gray navigation bar near the top of the website.
3. Add your phone number and carrier, hit the disk to save.
4. A confirmation code will be texted to you, enter this code in the confirmation code box and press the checkmark to confirm.
5. Reselect text messaging in the gray bar to see the alerts available.
6. Check winter alerts.
7. For email notifications: Select email subscriptions in the gray bar. Select Information Updates and check winter alerts.