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Parking Permits

Winter Parking Permit Sales and Citation Payments Information

Parking Permit Sales for the 2012-2013 are on sale now.

The police department WILL NOT BE OPEN for sale of winter parking permits, or payment of citation, during weekend hours.

Residents are encouraged to PLAN AHEAD prior to the beginning of winter parking permit season which begins December 1, 2012.  There are several months of this season that begin on a weekend, therefore, residents will have to plan ahead and purchase their monthly permits prior to the end of the month.  Permits can also be purchased for the entire season which will save some money and several trips to the Police Department to purchase monthly permits.

Permit sale are available Monday - Friday from 7 AM - 8 PM.  Citation payments may also be made during these hours.

The Police Department will also be CLOSED for Permit sales and Citation payments on the following holidays: Dec. 24, Dec. 25, Dec. 31, 2012 and Jan. 1, 2013.

Parking Regulations

During the period from December 1st to March 31st, no person shall park a vehicle on any street in the City of South Milwaukee between the hours of 3:00 AM and 6:00 AM.

However, vehicles may be parked during such hours if a permit is obtained from the Police Department after the filing of an application and the payment of $25.00 per month permit fee, $22.00 if obtained after the 15th of the month, or $80.00 for a 4-month permit.

Keep in mind the new “Holiday Permit” this year which runs from Dec. 15th  to January 15th....this is for college students or extended family visits (more than 7 days) over the holidays.  They are $25.00.

Any vehicle parked according to (1) or (2) above shall only be permitted to park on the EVEN numbered side of the street on those nights whose calendar date before midnight is even (N and W sides of the street are even), *Where parking is normally permitted only on one side of the street this section (3) shall apply.

The Mayor, if after consulting with the Street Dept., finds that due to snow, sleet, or freezing rain, the street must be plowed or salted, may declare a SNOW EMERGENCY, which will prohibit parking on any or the Arterial Streets as names in Section 28.12 of the Municipal Code.  Whenever such an emergency is declared, which will be announced on at least (3) radio stations (WTMJ, WISN, WOKY), it shall be unlawful to park any vehicle between the hours of 2:00AM and 6:00AM inclusive, on any of the Arterial Streets as mentioned above.

(The above is an interpretation only of the Winter Parking Regulations set forth in the city of South Milwaukee Ordinance No. 977.   See Section 28.10 of the South Milwaukee Municipal Code for the actual publication.)