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COVID-19 Parking Impacts

Enforcement Changes

The City of Milwaukee Department of Public Works has suspended all timed, metered and night parking restrictions to accommodate residents who are home due to COVID-19. Vehicles will not be required to alternate side park or have night parking permits.

Vehicles must abide by all other parking regulations, including posted “NO PARKING” signs. Parking Enforcement will focus on safety-related violations including unauthorized parking in a handicapped space, obstructing traffic/bicycle/streetcar lanes, and parking too close to an alley/driveway/fire hydrant/crosswalk.

Additionally, No Parking in a Loading Zone (including Carryout Zones) WILL BE actively enforced. Per Wisconsin statute, a vehicle must be attended while actively loading/unloading so that it may promptly be moved in case of an emergency or to avoid obstruction of traffic.

Violations Bureaus are closed 

Our in-person payment centers on Teutonia, James Lovell, and Chase are closed to walk-in service. Customers should use other methods of payment or call us at (414) 344-0840 if they cannot pay with a mailed check, online, or by phone.

Posted Street Parking Regulations

To obtain the posted parking regulations for a specific street, enter the address in the boxes below and click the 'Submit' button.

This site only includes parking regulations that are posted. Most residential streets have alternate side night parking throughout the year with a valid night parking permit or night parking permission. These streets are not posted. 

Search Winter Parking Regulations- Not Posted

Parking Regulations Night Parking Winter Parking

 


The 4" rule has been eliminated, but our database is still updating.  In place of the 4" rule, vehicles must utilize alternate side parking from 10 p.m. through 6 a.m. when a Snow Emergency has been declared, unless otherwise posted.  Sign up for Winter Alerts for text and/or email notifications.