On-Street Daytime Parking

The Village of Shorewood has designated several residential streets impacted by commuter parking as residential permit parking districts. Parking in these districts is prohibited for more than two consecutive hours between the hours of 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. except Sundays and holidays.

Any changes in address, phone number, or auto information must be given to Customer Service immediately. Out of date auto information may result in a parking ticket.

Exceptions


Exceptions include residents with the appropriate permit for the corresponding district, service and delivery trucks, disabled persons with appropriate license plate or permit, and guests of a resident for one day if permission is granted by the Shorewood Police Department.

Commuter Parking Districts


District C


  • West side of North Newhall Street from the south right of way of East Kenmore Place to a point approximately 301-feet south thereof
  • East side of North Newhall Street from the south right-of-way line of East Kenmore Place to a point approximately 423-feet south thereof, where parking is restricted to a one-hour limitation at certain times without a permit

District D


East Elmdale Court between North Oakland Avenue and North Murray Avenue, where parking is restricted to a two-hour limitation at certain times without a permit.

District F


East Pinedale Court from North Morris Boulevard west thereof to the end of said street, where parking is restricted to a two-hour limitation at certain times without a permit.

District J


The 3800 block of North Newhall Street, where parking is restricted to a two-hour limitation at certain times without a permit.

Residential Congested Parking Area (RCA)


Southeast area of the village bounded by N. Lake Drive on the east, the north side of E. Capitol Drive on the north, the east side of N. Oakland Avenue on the west, and the north side of E. Edgewood Avenue on the south, limited to two-hour parking Monday through Friday, between 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. (Note: The south side of Edgewood Avenue is in the City of Milwaukee and is not included in this ordinance.)

Residents living in designated districts will be issued on-street daytime parking permits at Village Hall upon proof of residence and vehicle registration.

Residential Daytime Parking Permit District (RDPPD)


 The 4000 blocks of North Downer Avenue and North Prospect Avenue, where parking is limited to two-hour parking, Monday through Friday, between the hours of 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

​Questions


For more information on the Residential Congested Parking Area (RCA) and how to obtain a permit, please see the resources below or contact Village Hall at 414-847-2700.