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Describe what portion of the curb lane you are requesting - only legal parking spaces within the City of Milwaukee may be designated as "Restaurant Carry-Out Zones". (FOR EXAMPLE: Curb lane on the west side of North Water Street between East Kilbourn Avenue and East State Street at parking meters numbered 1898 through 1900 or 20' of curb lane adjacent to the property located at 123 West Geranium Street)
Enter meter numbers if applicable:
Electronic Signature: * Date:
(please type first and last name)
In an effort to slow the spread of the COVID-19 virus, on March 16 Governor Tony Evers restricted restaurant service to delivery and carryout only. To assist restaurants that currently do not have a "Loading Zone" adjacent to their business, the City of Milwaukee has implemented a temporary program to provide "Restaurant Carryout Zones".
For more information on this program, please contact the Special Event Permit Office at
414-286-3915 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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