Do I need permission to park on the street overnight?

Yes. Shorewood has an ordinance which prohibits parking on any street within the village between 3 a.m. and 2 a.m., from Monday through Friday mornings. (Overnight parking regulations are not in effect on Federal Holidays.) 

Residents and visitors are allowed 20 free on-street alternate-side overnight parking permissions per license plate per calendar year.  Residents and visitors can use these permissions by registering their vehicle before  1 a.m. the morning of the requested 3 a.m. - 2 a.m. period.  Once you have used your 20 free, on-street overnight parking permissions, you will need to purchase either an: overnight, off-street (lot) permit, if available, overnight, on-street permit.

When you have used all your 20 free on-street alternate-side overnight  parking permissions for the calendar year, no additional permissions are available.  You will have to purchase either an off-street (lot) monthly permit or an on-street monthly permit.  If you choose to purchase an off-street (lot) permit, you will need to contact the Clerk & Customer Service Department at 414-847-2601 at least two (2) business days prior to using your final free permission.  If you choose to purchase an on-street permit, you can go to the AIMS website, sign up and purchase online. 

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1. What number do I call if I have a question or need the police for something?
2. How can I get a copy of a police report?
3. Do I need permission to park on the street overnight?
4. Where can I pay the parking or traffic citation I received?
5. Can I pay a parking citation online?
6. Contesting parking citation(s)
7. What happens if I do not pay a parking citation?
8. What happens if I do not pay a traffic citation(s)?
9. Contesting traffic & municipal citation(s)
10. Can I get my fingerprints taken at the Shorewood Police Department?
11. What should I do if my neighbor's noise volume is bothersome?