City of Milwaukee to enforce timed parking restrictions Sept. 14, night parking restrictions remain suspended

Updated: 2:44 p.m. on Sept. 11, 2020

MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- The Department of Public Works says night parking restrictions will remain suspended for now, despite the reinstatement of all other parking enforcement on Sept. 14.

Enforcement of all posted time restrictions will resume on Sept. 14, and daytime parking permits will again be required.

If you meet the requirements and qualify for a daytime permit, they are now available for purchase online at milwaukee.gov/ParkingServices/ParkingPermits. They are also available at any City of Milwaukee Violation Bureau Payment Centers.

The department says night parking restrictions will be enforced at a later date to be determined.

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Posted: 6:07 p.m. on Sept. 2, 2020

MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- The Department of Public Works announced Tuesday that all parking enforcement will resume in the city of Milwaukee on Sept. 14.

Citing the upcoming fall leaf collection and a return to in-person classes on college campuses, the department said parking will become more in-demand in certain areas and require alternate side parking for services.

The city suspended all timed, metered, day and night parking restrictions on March 19 to accommodate residents at home due to COVID-19. As businesses began to reopen, meter enforcement resumed on June 15.

Effective Sept. 14, all vehicles will need a permit to park overnight between 2 a.m.- 6 a.m. and must also park within the posted time restrictions with limited exceptions.

To allow the public time to get acclimated to resumed enforcement and acquire appropriate permits, warning notifications will be placed on violating vehicles as of Sept. 3.

DPW says the Milwaukee Police Department no longer issues daytime permits. If you meet the requirements for a daytime permit, they are available at any of the CIty of Milwaukee Violation Bureau Payment Centers.

Nighttime permit applications are available online at milwaukee.gov/parking. Daytime permits will be available through an online application anticipated to begin Sept. 9.


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