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Posted on: October 8, 2020

[ARCHIVED] Village Board Confirms Updates to Overnight Parking Regulations

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At their October 5 meeting, the Village Board confirmed their previous approval of modifications to the Village’s overnight parking regulations that had been adopted on September 8. The decision was approved with a modification to the timeframe in which alternate side parking would be required and enforced.  All changes remained to become effective January 1, 2021.

The updated regulations will allow for the purchase of a monthly On-Street Overnight Parking Permit to park vehicles on Village streets Monday through Friday. Weekends and holidays will remain exempted from permit requirements. The cost of this permit was approved at $40 per month. Permits will be limited to two per household unit, but be unlimited for commercial businesses whose late-night/early-morning employees may require the permit.

Alternate-side parking will be enforced on weekdays, requiring cars to be parked from 12:00 am (midnight) to 8:00 am on the oddly-addressed side of the street on odd calendar days and the evenly-addressed side on even calendar days, if the width of the street and current regulations allow parking on both sides. Alternate-side parking would not be required on streets where it cannot be so accommodated.

The monthly price of an Off-Street Overnight Parking Permit to park in one of the Village’s public or private contracted lots was reduced from $50 to $30. Monthly Off-Street Daytime Parking Permits were also reduced to $30, and the price of a 24-hour Off-Street Parking Permit was modified to be $50 per month.

No changes were made to the On-Street Overnight Temporary Parking Permissions program, which currently allows vehicles 20 free overnight permissions within the calendar year.

Staff will be preparing an update on proposed implementation for discussion at the October 19 Committee of the Whole meeting. That update will include consideration of necessary signage updates and software modifications. Following that discussion, a communication plan will be established and administered to help residents and other interested parties understand the change. Staff has also committed to providing a 6-month review in the summer of 2021 to discuss the updated regulations, at which time permit figures and any capacity issues would be addressed.

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