City of Milwaukee 2016 Overnight Parking Permits Now On Sale
Residents may buy their 2016 annual or 4-month and first trimester permits now
City of Milwaukee residents who wish to park their vehicles overnight on City streets can buy their 2016 annual virtual parking permits and 4-month, first trimester permits as of today, December 18, 2015.
When residents buy the annual or 4-month overnight permit, there is no physical sticker for their vehicles. Instead, customers will receive a confirmation number, and their license plate becomes their permit. Parking enforcement officers scan the license plates of cars parked overnight on City streets to determine if a valid parking permit has been purchased.
How to purchase a new 2016 overnight permit:
Purchase online at milwaukee.gov/MilwaukeePermits using a MasterCard or VISA debit/credit card. This is the most convenient way to buy an overnight permit – no standing in line to pay in person. There is a $1 convenience fee to purchase a permit online.
Purchase at all 7 Milwaukee Police Department district locations. Kiosks at Districts #2 through #7 accept cash, MasterCard and VISA.
Purchase at all 3 Violation Bureau payment sites – Cash, MasterCard and Visa accepted
- 6332 N. Teutonia – Hours: Mon-Fri 9:00 am-6:00 pm and Saturdays 8:00 am-12 noon
- 2980 S. Chase – Hours: Mon-Fri 9:00 am-6:00 pm and Saturdays 8:00 am -12 noon
- 749 W. State St., Room 204J – Hours: Mon-Fri 8:00 am -5:00 pm
- Annual permit: $55
- 4-month permit valid January 1 – April 30: $20
- If purchasing a permit online, please add the $1 convenience fee
- $20 citation for failure to purchase an overnight permit
Because the license plate becomes the permit, residents are reminded to use their correct license plate information when purchasing.
Visit milwaukee.gov/MilwaukeePermits to purchase your permit online and avoid the hassle of waiting in line.
For customer service questions or to update vehicle/license plate information, please call (414) 344-0840.
For information on all parking regulations, please call 286-CITY (2489) or go to milwaukee.gov/mpw.
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