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Parking citations can also be paid over the phone by calling 866-449-7574. MasterCard, Visa, and Discover cards are accepted. There is a $2.95 fee per citation.
As always, parking citations can be paid in person at the Shorewood Police Department lobby. You can pay with a credit card, check, or with cash.
Parking citations can be paid by check or money order via U.S. Mail. (Please do not send cash through the mail.)
Yes. Shorewood has an ordinance which prohibits parking on any street within the village between 3 a.m. and 5 a.m., from Monday through Friday mornings. (Overnight parking regulations are not in effect on Federal Holidays.)
Overnight permits are $2.00 per night and must be purchased ONLINE ONLY. For more information and to purchase an overnight parking permit, CLICK HERE
Permits for overnight parking in municipal parking lots can be purchased at the village hall and are valid for an entire month. Be advised that some streets, such as Oakland Avenue, have the following alternate side parking restrictions:
Payment of traffic tickets which were issued by the Shorewood Police Department can be made by mail with a personal check (payable to the Shorewood Police Department), or they can be paid in person at the: Shorewood Police Station 4047 N Wilson Dr. Shorewood, WI 53211
Cash, personal checks, money orders, or credit cards (MasterCard and Visa) are accepted at the window. We can only accept payment for citations issued by Shorewood Police Officers, not other agencies. Shorewood parking citations can be paid at the Police Department lobby OR they can be paid online or by phone. To pay online, go to www.dspayments.com/shorewood . (MasterCard, Visa and Discover cards are accepted with a $2.95 fee) To pay parking citations by phone, call 866-449-7574 with your MasterCard, Visa or Discover card. There is also a $2.95 fee for this service. If you pay online or by phone, you'll need your citation and/or license plate number.