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Last Updated: 17 October 2020

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MILWAUKEE - Department of Public Works says night parking restrictions will remain suspended for now, despite reinstatement of all other parking enforcement on Sept. 14. Enforcement of all post - time restrictions will resume on Sept. 14, and daytime parking permits will again be require. 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 determine. MILWAUKEE - Department of Public Works announced Tuesday that all parking enforcement will resume in the CITY of MILWAUKEE on Sept. 14. Citing upcoming fall leaf collection and the return to in - person classes on college campuses, department say parking will become more in - demand in certain areas and require alternate side parking for services. The city suspended all time, meter, day and night parking restrictions on March 19 to accommodate residents at home due to COVID - 19. As businesses begin to reopen, meter enforcement resumes on June 15. Effective Sept. 14, all vehicles will need a permit to park overnight between 2 am - 6 am and must also park within posted time restrictions with limited exceptions. To allow the public time to get acclimate to resume enforcement and acquire appropriate permits, warning notifications will be placed on violating vehicles as of Sept. 3. Dpw say MILWAUKEE Police Department no longer issues daytime permits. If you meet requirements for daytime Permit, they are available at any of CITY of MILWAUKEE Violation Bureau Payment Centers. Nighttime Permit applications are available online at MILWAUKEE. Gov / Parking. Daytime permits will be available through online application anticipated to begin Sept. 9.

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Alternate Side Parking

After a months - long reprieve, MILWAUKEE's Common Council has voted to reinstate Overnight Parking regulations effective Nov. 2. Rules had been suspended in March as the coronavirus pandemic put the City into lockdown. Debate over reinstating them center on financial effects on the city's low - income residents, but also expect $13 million budget gap that would have be created next year by not reinstating rules and challenges present to leaf and snow removal without parking regulations. The Overnight Parking measure reinstates alternate - side parking, requirement to have a City Permit, restrictions on certain large vehicles and on the city's main thoroughfares. Note, if there's snow emergency, vehicles have to be parked in compliance with those regulations. On odd - number calendar days, vehicles must park on the side of street with odd - numbered houses. On even - numbered days, vehicles must be parked on the side of street with even - numbered houses. Parking limits are enforced between 2 am and 6 am except on Sunday mornings and morning of holidays New Year's Day, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day and the morning after those holidays. Streets with exceptions to alternate - side rules can be found on the City's website at MILWAUKEE. Gov / Parking. It is enforced from 10 pm to 6 am during snow emergencies. From 2 am to 6 am Monday through Saturday, city doesn't allow parking on city streets without either an Overnight Parking Permit or Temporary Night Parking Permission. Temporary Permission can only be granted for up to three nights within a 30 - day period. Night permits can be purchased in MILWAUKEE. Gov / Parking or at any Police district station. During Snow Emergencies, permit is required from 10 pm to 6 am. Certain large vehicles, including commercial trucks, trailers, semitrailers, RVs and buses are prohibited from parking on street between 2 am and 6 am, or during the Snow Emergency between 10 pm and 6 am from Dec. 1 to March 1, Parking is not allowed on through highways City's main thoroughfares and bus routes from 2 am to 6 am or from 10 pm to 6 am during Snow Emergencies. A map of these streets is available at MILWAUKEE. Gov / Parking. Contact Alison Dirr at 414 - 224 - 2383 or adirr jrn. Com. Follow her on Twitter AlisonDirr.

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Exception Streets

A Snow Emergency is declared whenever snow falls during any period of 24 hours or less, which is determined and declared by the Commissioner of Public Works to constitute serious public hazard impairing transportation, movement of food and fuel supplies, medical care, fire, health, and police protection, and other vital facilities of CITY. Such an emergency is declared to continue for a period of 72 hours or until such earlier times as snow plowing operations have been declared complete by the Commissioner of Public Works. In addition to the regulations below, temporary No Parking signs may be posted by CITY to assist in clean - up after major snowfalls. Vehicles which are not parked in compliance with Winter Parking Regulations during the winter season will be cite: 1 violation - $50 2 {matheq}100 3+ violations -{endmatheq} 150 & two eligible. No parking is allowed on through highways and mass transit routes from 10M - 6AM. These streets are not post, see streets on the map in red above. For a list of streets, please go to Winter Parking Regulations - not individual post. Vehicles must be moved to the side of the street and be legally parked in conformity with all other regulations on the proper side of the street. Alternate side parking is required from 10PM - 6AM, unless otherwise post. On even - number calendar days, vehicles with valid night permit must be legally parked on the side of street with even house numbers; on odd - numbered calendar days, vehicles must be parked on the side of street with odd house numbers. Sign up for Winter Parking text alerts. Continue to Alternate Parking until the snow emergency has end. Always follow posted signs, as they take precedence. Milwaukee Public Schools make some of its playgrounds available for Overnight Parking during declared Snow Emergencies and clean - up periods.

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Posted Street Parking Regulations

Trucks used for commercial purposes, or any vehicle which is larger than 21 feet in length, 7 feet in width, and 7 feet in height and which has more than 2 single - tired wheels on the front axle and more than 2 single - tire or double - tired wheels on rear axle, are not eligible for Night Parking Permits Motor trucks, except as provide elsewhere in Code, luxury limousines, Motor buses, Motor delivery wagons, trailers, semitrailers, camping trailers, Motor homes, mobile homes and tractors are not eligible for Night Parking Permits Vehicles bearing Disabled Driver License plates are exempt from purchasing Night Parking Permits. Those vehicles displaying Disabled Driver hang - tag must still display a Special Disabled Night permit that is free to owners of valid Disabled hang tags at Milwaukee Police District Stations. Night Parking Permits are required for CITY - own parking lots during night parking hours - Vehicles may not be parked more than 24 hours full Name CITY of Milwaukee address of permit applicant Vehicle License plate number Vehicles bearing current registration plates for Disabled drivers issued under s. 341. 12, or, Wis. Stats., Or Motor Vehicle under which current Special identification card issued under s. 343. 51, Wis. Stats., Is display, excepting motor buses and motor trucks, shall be exempt from purchasing Night Parking Permits, but shall be required to park in accordance with all other provisions contained herein. Those vehicles displaying a Disabled Driver hang - tag must display a Special Disabled Night permit, but it is free of charge and is available ONLY at Police District Stations. ​ $55. 00 / year or $20. 00 / 4 - month period Special Disabled Overnight Parking Permits are free of charge to those who possess valid Disabled hang - tag 4 - month periods: January - April; May - August; September - December Permits may be purchased at any time within trimester, beginning on 20 days of month preceding start of 4 - month period. Annual Permits may be purchased beginning on 20 days of month preceding beginning of year and can be purchased at any time of year prorate by 4 - month period in which permit is purchased Police District Station where vehicle will be park. Call 933 - 4444 and ask for the location of your District Station or check District Station locations. Each Police District has an automated Payment Center.

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Temporary Nightly Parking Permissions

You are requesting permission to park in a legal manner in the City of Milwaukee between the hours of 2: 00 am and 6: 00 am. Vehicles with permission must follow parking regulations for the street on which vehicle will be park, including alternate side parking where require. Night Parking permission is a courtesy offered by the City of Milwaukee to residents and visitors with short - term overnight parking need to park on the street without purchasing a night parking permit. Be legally parked Display valid license plates have less than 2 citations unpaid for longer than 30 days. Make citation payment. Permission will not be granted for more than 3 nights in a 30 day period. To request night parking permission over phone or for up to 30 days street or alley construction projects permission requests, call 414 - 286 - 8300. Address where the vehicle is parked and license plate number are required when calling for permission. Please complete all data fields and press the Confirm button. Confirmation numbers will only be provided if all fields are complete.

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Police Chief Dennis Nasci

The department has 19 swear full - time Police Officers, one part - time Officer, five full - time clerks / dispatchers, one part - time clerk / dispatcher, and one part - time Community Service Officer dedicated to delivery of personalized high - quality Police services. Our broad philosophy is to protect and support individual rights while at all times providing for security of people and property within the community. The department provides 24 - hour police coverage that includes its own communications and 911 public safety answering point. Specialized services include Crime Prevention, Neighborhood Watch and School Resource Officers. Wisconsin Law Enforcement Accreditation Group assessment information 9 / 22 - 9 / 24 medication drop - off available to West Milwaukee residents 7: 00 am - 7: 00 pm Monday - Friday

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Milwaukee Area Investigative Team (MAIT)

47 requires that, in the event of death of an individual as result of action or inaction by law enforcement officer, ensuing investigation must be conducted by an Investigative Team from an independent agency. When the Milwaukee Area Investigative Team is call, one of below - list agencies will serve as independent lead agency. The Lead Investigative agency for MAIT will provide a complete report to the prosecutor for review. If the prosecutor determines there is no basis for prosecution of a law enforcement officer, documents will be posted as required by 175. 47 to MAIT Reports link. Related Investigative files and associate evidence will be made available to the public by the lead agency, in redacted format, under Wisconsin Public Records Law.


Officer Involved Critical Incidents

47 requires that, in the event of death of an individual as result of action or inaction by law enforcement officer, ensuing investigation must be conducted by an Investigative Team from an independent agency. When independent agency is Milwaukee Area Investigative Team, and Wauwatosa Police Department serves as lead Investigative agency for MAIT, it provides a complete report to prosecutors for review. If the prosecutor determines there is no basis for prosecution of law enforcement officer, access to report as required by 175. 47 will be posted below. Related Investigative files and associate evidence will be made available to the public upon request, in redacted format, under Wisconsin Public Records Law. Documents below are posted in the interest of transparency. All other records, including photos and videos, relate to these cases can be requested through the normal Wauwatosa Police Open Records process. Please direct your requests to Wauwatosa Police Department - Records Division, 1700 N. 116 Street, Wauwatosa, WI 53226 or Email.

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Winter Parking Permits On Sale

Winter Parking Permits are now for sale at SMPD. Winter Parking regulations begin December 1. Keep in mind, permits will not be available for sale over Thanksgiving weekend, November 28 through December 1, our clerical staff will be out on holiday. Get in early to purchase your Winter Parking Permit. Hours are Monday - Friday, 7am to 6pm. The cost of permits is $30. 00 per month or $100. 00 for the entire 4 month season. Between December 1 and March 31, any resident who wishes to park on the Street between the hours of 3am and 6am must purchase a Parking Permit. Alternate side parking rules also apply. Winter Parking is enforced 7 days a week.

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