City of Milwaukee Dept. of Public Works
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Department of Public Works Reinstating Metered Enforcement Week of June 15

Timed (non-metered), alternate-side parking, night parking permits still not required

By - Jun 12th, 2020 07:09 pm
Parking enforcement. Photo by Michael Horne.

Parking enforcement. Photo by Michael Horne.

On Monday, June 15, 2020, metered parking enforcement resumes in the City of Milwaukee, which requires payment and adherence to applicable time limits.

As more and more businesses have been reopening, the need for turnover in parking locations has increased.

Enforcement of timed (non-metered) restrictions, including daytime parking permits, will NOT take effect at this time and will be phased in at a later date that is yet to be determined. The daytime permits that will not begin enforcement include commuter impacted residential area day parking permits, resident-only parking permits, and residential non-conforming use day parking permits.

Alternate-side parking and night parking permits will not be enforced until a later date that is yet to be determined.

On March 19, 2020, the City of Milwaukee suspended all timed, metered and night parking restrictions to accommodate residents who were home due to COVID-19 and businesses pausing operations.

El Departamento de Obras Públicas reiniciará el uso de parquímetros la semana del 15 de junio 

El estacionamiento temporizado (sin parquímetro) en los lados alternos de la calle y los permisos de estacionamiento nocturno aún no se requieren

El lunes 15 de junio de 2020, reinicia el uso de parquímetros en la Ciudad de Milwaukee, lo cual requiere el pago y cumplimiento con todos los límites de tiempo aplicables.

A medida que más negocios reabren sus puertas, la necesidad de mayor movilización de puestos de estacionamiento ha aumentado.

El cumplimiento de las restricciones de tiempo (sin parquímetro), incluyendo los permisos de estacionamiento diurno, NO entrarán en vigor en este momento y serán introducidos más adelante, en fecha aún no determinada. Los permisos de estacionamiento diurno que no entrarán en vigor incluyen permisos de estacionamiento diurno en áreas residenciales afectadas de servicio interurbano, permisos de estacionamiento sólo para residentes y permisos de estacionamiento diurno residencial y permisos de estacionamiento diurno para uso no conforme.

El estacionamiento en lados alternos de la calle y los permisos de estacionamiento nocturno no entrarán en vigor sino hasta una próxima fecha que aún no se ha determinado.

El 19 de marzo de 2020, la Ciudad de Milwaukee suspendió todas las restricciones de estacionamiento temporizado, con parquímetro y nocturno para ajustarse a los residentes que estaban en casa debido al COVID-19 y a los negocios que suspendieron sus operaciones.

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