By order of the Chief of Police and the Mayor of Sheboygan, the City of Sheboygan will suspend the enforcement of alternate side winter parking rules effective Saturday, March 28, 2020, in response to the COVID-19 circumstances. The alternate side parking rules assist the Department of Public Works in cleaning winter and fall debris from the streets and gutters. The city is asking for residents’ cooperation by continuing to follow the alternate side parking rules through Friday, March 27, 2020, to give the Department of Public Works a few more days to run street sweeping operations. If a winter storm does develop between now and April 30, the winter parking rules may be reinstated to assist with plowing operations. The status of winter parking is posted in real-time on sheboygandpw.com and any updates will also be posted on nextdoor.com, facebook.com/cityofsheboygan, facebook.com/sheboygandpw, twitter.com/sheboyganwisc, and twitter.com/sheboygandpw.
From December 1 to April 30, overnight winter parking regulations are in effect between the hours of 12:00 midnight and 6:00 a.m.
Alternate Side Parking: Vehicles must alternate sides for overnight parking.
On odd-numbered days:
Between the hours of 12:00 midnight and 6:00 a.m., vehicles shall only be parked on that side of the street having odd-numbered street addresses. (East and South Sides)
On even-numbered days:
Between the hours of 12:00 midnight and 6:00 a.m., vehicles shall only be parked on that side of the street having even-numbered street addresses. (North and West Sides)
Streets posted with “No Parking,” restrictions shall remain in effect; therefore are NOT under alternate side parking rules.
***The simple rule: PARK FOR TOMORROW***
A snow emergency can be declared between November 1 to April 30.
Parking of vehicles on designated snow emergency routes, boulevards, cul-de-sacs, and dead-end streets is completely prohibited during the period of a snow emergency. Vehicles can only return to the aforementioned streets after the City of Sheboygan announces the end to snow emergency operations.
Vehicles illegally parked will be ticketed and towed.
When a snow emergency exists, vehicles parking on non-snow emergency routes between the hours of 12:00 midnight and 6:00 a.m. shall only park on the even sides of the streets (North and West sides) on even days.
When a snow emergency exists, vehicles parking on non-snow emergency routes between the hours of 12:00 midnight and 6:00 a.m. shall only park on the odd sides of the streets (South and East sides) on odd days.
All streets with “No Parking” restrictions relating to parking on one side of the street shall follow odd/even parking rules during a snow emergency.
►In the event of a snow emergency, information will be communicated through the following media outlets: sheboyganwi.gov, nextdoor.com, twitter.com/sheboyganwisc, facebook.com/CityofSheboygan, WHBL 1330 AM, WBFM 93.7, WHBZ 106.5, WXER 96.1, WITI Fox6, WISN 12, WTMJ 4, AM 920 THE WOLF, FM 106.1, NEWSTALK 1130 WISN, V100.7 JAM, OLIDES 95.7, and 97.3 Radio.
If your vehicle has been towed due to being improperly parked, the vehicle owner will need to go to the Sheboygan Police Department (1315 N. 23rd Street, Sheboygan) to pay the parking ticket. After paying the parking ticket, the vehicle owner will be notified which towing company has their vehicle, they may then proceed to the tow company site and retrieve their vehicle.
Sub. of Gen. Ord. No. 25-17-18 was approved on August 20, 2018. An ordinance amending the city’s snow emergency and winter parking to improve efficiency in clearing streets all winter, given reductions in personnel and changes in procedures. Click HERE for more info.
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